What Is Water Damage Restoration?

Water damage restoration is when the affected structure or household items are restored to their pre-incident state. We provide water damage restoration for immovable and moveable items (furniture, drapes, rugs) inside the home or office. 

Compare this to water mitigation, a three-step process that precedes the water damage restoration process. Water damage restoration steps include water containment, removal of affected items, and water extraction.

In either case, the team at HRS Restoration Services is ready to help when you need it. We offer trained, specialized technicians and licensed contractors who can help you stop the water, clean up the mess, and repair the damage.

Call us as soon as you discover damage and we will be there to help.


How Long Does Water Damage Restoration Take?

The length of time needed for water damage restoration depends on the amount of water, how far it has spread, the composition of affected surfaces, and the method of extraction. 

For instance, using suction for standing water won’t take as much time as the process for removing water from carpet or behind walls. walls.


How Much Does Water Damage Restoration Cost? 

The cost of water damage restoration varies given the amount of water, the extent of damage, and the difficulty of removal. If water damage has occurred under flooring and walls, water damage restoration will take more time, require additional tools, and cost more.


Water Damage Restoration & Remediation Process

After the water is gone, the water damage restoration process begins. Our team will bring in humidifiers and high-powered air dryers and thermal cameras to detect the dampness and dry it before mold and bacteria take hold. 

In addition, the water damage restoration process involves salvaging any items that could be cleaned and returned. After water-damaged items are removed, professionals can disinfect the area.


Water Removal

Our team of water damage professionals inspects your home or office for standing water. If the carpet is wet, they will use a moisture probe inside and under the carpet pad.

HRS uses a truck-mounted extractor for superior suction and fast water removal from non-carpeted rooms. Our specialized water claw extraction head can compress the carpet and underlying pad to squeeze out excess moisture.

Water removal is not complete until we find the “hidden” moisture areas (under cabinetry, inside vents, etc.) and remove all traces of water. 


Damage Evaluation & Mitigation

Our team of water damage professionals will inspect walls and flooring for bulges and warping and other signs of water damage. If the affected wall or floor is still mostly intact, we may be able to salvage it and not have to replace it. However, if the wall or flooring has become too weak structurally, replacement may be your best course of action. 

We look for other signs of water damage such as warped or cracked tiles in your kitchen, bath, or basement. 

If the water damage resulted from a weather-related event, we also check the window frames and roofing, and other points of water entry. 

The water damage mitigation process involves using specialized tools and techniques to minimize the amount of loss, including removing damaged furniture and flooring, cleaning and disinfecting anything that can be saved, and checking your home or office’s structural stability.


Water Damage Restoration

Water damage restoration is necessary when your property has been affected by a water intrusion and is no longer able to function properly as a dwelling for you, your family, and those who live and work in the space.

After the water remediation process is complete, a team of licensed contractors is able to perform water damage restoration work. 

This includes repair of all areas possible, replacement of what can be replaced, and restoring the property back to its pre-damaged condition.


Is Water Damage Restoration Necessary Or Worth It? 

Definitely. Our trained water damage professionals can handle water damage restoration, the final step. 

Remember, water damage remediation is the steps to control the problem and water damage restoration “restores” your home or office back to the way it was before the water damage.


Why Choose HRS Restoration Services?

HRS Restoration Services provides a complete water damage restoration solution.

Beginning with water damage assessment, we handle water removal and water damage mitigation for affected items and surfaces. From beginning to end, our team of IICRC trained professionals provides superior customer service and attention to detail. 

We’re pleased to report we have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureaus in our respective metropolitan locations, and our customers trust us to get it done right and right away!

Our Coloradobased water remediation teams will extract the water and repair the affected flooring and walls. We can restore waterlogged items including clothing, books, electronics, and important documents. 

If water damage results from a sewer line break, we are certified in applied microbial remediation and will properly handle and remove contaminated water.


Contact HRS Restoration Services Today!

Water damage? Call us to schedule an appointment for our team of professionals to come to your home or office. 

Always Available

Anytime of day, any day of the year, HRS is here to fix what may seem overwhelming and intimidating. Our professionals in Denver are here to help 24/7.

what is iicrc and Why is it important?

IICRC stands for the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification. Formed nearly 40 years ago, it is a non-profit organization that establishes globally recognized standards for the cleaning and restoration industry, as well as providing certifications, journeyman and master designation, and education.

By choosing a firm with IICRC certified team members, you are assured the cleaning professionals have undergone rigorous training and will handle your disaster restoration with the highest standard of care.


Helping Our Customers Immediately.

Figuring out what steps to take when disaster strikes can be a daunting task. HRS is here 24/7 to walk you through the process and bring your home or business back to habitable condition(s).

Taking care of emergencies so you don’t have to.

At HRS, we understand the panic that can set in when your basement floods or a fire breaks out at your business. We are here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to repair damage and give you peace of mind.