24/7 Flood Clean Up

Understanding what you're dealing with!

We can have our emergency response team anywhere within Orange County within 30 minutes upon receiving your call.

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Advanced Water Impact Measurement

We employ state-of-the-art instrumentation to precisely assess the impact of water on your home's building materials. Our specialized tools and scientific methodologies ensure an accurate and comprehensive approach to restoration. By utilizing these advanced instruments, we effectively gauge the extent of water damage, allowing us to implement meticulous and targeted restoration strategies for your property.

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Category 1 Water

Refers to a source of water that does not pose a substantial threat to humans and is classified as "Clean Water." Examples are broken water supply lines, or appliance malfunctions that involve water supply lines.

Category 2 Water

A category 2 water loss, is when water contains contamination and has the potential to cause sickness if contacted or consumed by humans. Commonly known as "gray water," it can contain potentially unsafe levels of microorganisms or nutrients for microorganisms, as well as organic and inorganic matter.

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Category 3 Water

Category 3 water is known as "black water" and is grossly unsanitary. This water contains unsanitary agents, harmful bacteria, and fungi, causing severe discomfort or sickness. This category is contaminated water sources that affect the indoor environment. This category includes water sources from sewage, seawater, rising water from rivers or streams, ground surface water, or standing water. Category 2 water or gray water that is not promptly removed from the structure and or has remained stagnant may be reclassified as category 3 water. Toilet back flows that originate from beyond the toilet trap are considered black water contamination, regardless of visible content or color.