Flood Restoration Services
The impact of water damage or flooding can cause a server amount of damage to yourself or your business. There are many options on how water damage is caused, flooding, a burst pipe, leaky boiler or even a faulty washing machine.
Most water damage will not be in sight so it is very important that you make full use of our loss assessors who have a broad knowledge in dealing with flood restoration claims. If you do not require our assistance there may be underlying problems not being detected that will cause problems in the future. This is why it is crucial that all water damage no matter how big or small is detected and documented before the final claim is submitted to your insurer.
If water was to leak in the cavities behind your walls and this is not documented, your insurer would not agree to a second payment after the original sum has been settled. If it is not documented and repair it can cause a wider range of damage, which you won’t know about until it’s too late.
Specialist Flood Damage Restoration Network
We utilise a nationwide building repair network who specialise in flood restoration.
Dritech are a nationwide flood restoration company that employ only professional building contractors who specifically deal with water damaged properties. Their network covers the whole of the UK, so rest assured that there is a skilled and qualified flood restoration contractor round the corner from you.
As each of these contractors have extensive knowledge and a lot of experience in dealing with water damaged properties, they know exactly what steps to take. From drying to repair work, they do all the work so you are comfortable with the situation. They will be able to get you back into your property as quickly as possible whilst ensuring the job is completed to the highest standards.
Within our time in the industry we have found that most of the time an insurer will ask the policy holder to obtain a few building repair quotes from local builders to reinstate the property.
3 Question Rule
When restoring a structure after it has been through the impact of water damage, it is very important that your loss assessors understands the impact that water can causes to the fabrics in your property.
1. Are you sure that the loss assessor that the insurers send on their behalf are working for you or your insurance company?
2. Wouldn’t you prefer it if the loss assessor you have has your interests at heart, rather than working for the insurance company?
3. How much would it cost for an independent loss assessor to work on your behalf?
In most cases, Public Loss Assessors will work for you for no money what so ever. We can provide you with a full loss assessing service, all we ask for in return is that you assign our specialist building contractors to complete your flood restoration work.