Sewage and Water Damage Clean Up Service

Renovco Ottawa is the Water Damage Experts serving the local Ottawa area in the event of flood damage, sewage reservation, or flooding. We are IICRC certified and have experienced teams deployed throughout the region who can respond quickly to any water or flood damage situation usually within an hour.

Our Ottawa Water Damage team can handle the initial flood damage cleaning, complete disinfection in case of sewer reservation, complete structural drying, and we provide packaging services for your valuables during restoration services and healing that take place in thy house.

We recognize that rapid arrival on-site is essential to minimize water damage caused by water leaks, floods, or sewage. The longer the situation subsides, the more secondary damage can occur, especially mold and bacterial growth.

Water Damage Restoration in Ottawa

With water and flood damage, the longer you wait to have healing, the more secondary damage will occur. Repair costs increase and more time will be needed to rebuild the area to be removed and treated.

Flood damage, high humidity, and humidity can compromise the structural integrity of your home or business. May weaken your floors, ceilings, and walls. Our Ottawa Water Injury Physicians are IICRC certified and work with all major Insurance Carriers in Canada. Our job is to assess the damage and restore flood and flood damage to your home or business.

Ottawa Water Damage will help you with:

  • Water extraction
  • Flood and water damage assessment
  • Removal, softening, and restoration of mold
  • Drying and Structural Dehumidification
  • Deodorizing the house
  • Removal of Property
  • Content Loss Documentation
  • Packaging Services
  • Direct Insurance Billing

Secondary damage due to water intrusion:

Mold is very typical when a home or business has had water damage. If flood damage is not corrected quickly enough or is done improperly, mold growth will certainly be the result.

Ottawa Water Damage Experts – Renovco Ottawa is not only a leading restorer of water damage, we are IICRC certified to remove and restore mold and microbial growth that has occurred. We follow and exceed all industry guidelines for both mold prevention and removal.

Our team of experts will visit your home or business for a professional mold inspection to help discover the source of water or high humidity infiltration. We use the latest technology which includes thermal imaging to find the source and location of the water flow. Using the latest and most up-to-date equipment, it can be detected even if it is not visible to the naked eye.

If abnormal fungal ecology is found to be present, we will make a recovery plan to turn your home into a safe and healthy living environment.

Mold removal process:

Assessment – Your home or property has been properly tested and evaluated to create a work area that will be effective and compliant with IICRC S520 Standards

Placement of critical barriers and negative air – All affected areas should be restrained and placed under negative air pressure to ensure that mold spores cannot spread.

Removal of Mold-Affected Materials-Once contained, all damaged and affected mold materials are removed and sealed in bags that are industrial forces, to prevent cross-contamination of your home or property.

Rebuild / Reconstruction – Once all the materials and mold have been removed and the area has been cleaned, disinfected, and passed a cleaning test, we can offer our reconstruction services to bring the damaged area back to its original condition or if you wish can be an opportunity to renew. Either way, Renovco Ottawa is your company!

If you are in the middle of a water damage situation or have any signs of flood damage, do not wait to call! We offer a free inspection and can provide a work and action plan to correct the problem in question.

If you need immediate action, contact us and we can arrive within an hour! Our water and flood damage team can remove affected and damaged materials and extract water. Structural drying can occur immediately and mitigate or even eliminate any secondary damage that may occur.