Whenever your toilet starts overflowing, you only have a limited time to control the situation. An overflowing toilet is known to get messy, so if you don't act quickly, backed-up water can cause structural damage.
Usually, you'd use common repair techniques like a plunger or commercial chemicals to address such problems. However, you can't expect these methods to always work. There are some toilet overflow issues that are too difficult to fix or recur after you've already repaired your toilet. In this case, you're better off having your toilet overflow problem professionally repaired.
Contact Buffalo Restoration if your toilet overflow problem doesn't stop after you've repaired it. Our company has the necessary experience and equipment to take care of your toilet. We are experts when it comes to water damage restoration, so we can pinpoint exactly what's causing your toilet to overflow and know how to fix it. In addition, our technicians are all fully licensed and certified to handle any toilet disaster.
Buffalo Restoration knows your toilet can overflow at any moment, so our emergency services are available 24/7. As soon as we receive your request, we'll send our experienced technicians to your location. Our technicians will also take care of the cleanup job after.
Removing and drying toilet water from your property isn't easy and should be handled appropriately. Backed-up water carries bacteria and other hazardous substances that can damage both your property and health. If the toilet water is not cleaned and dried properly, it can cause several problems.
Additionally, these secondary water damages can affect your health and become problematic for individuals who have allergies, asthma, or compromised immune systems.
Contact us at (406) 306-0501 today and have your toilet overflow problem dealt with swiftly and professionally. Buffalo Restoration serves properties throughout Southwest Montana.
We'll use state of the art inspection techniques such as thermal imaging cameras and moisture meters to assess the level of moisture in the drywall, carpet, padding, and sub floor. Then we'll share our findings with you and explain them so that you understand. We'll give recommendations so you can decide what to do next.
Next we'll start the drying process which may include hardwood flooring drying systems, desiccant or refrigerant dehumidifiers, wall cavity drying equipment, truck-mounted extraction equipment for in-place drying, and turbo drying fans. After we've set up our drying equipment, we'll monitor the moisture and make adjustments to maximize the drying.
Depending on the extent of the damage, some reconstruction may be required. Our one-stop shop can take your project from start to finish and put everything back together again, cleaner and better than ever.