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Montreal Water Damage Recovery Services

Emergency flood repair and water damage services are some of the most common disaster recovery services we deliver in Montreal. Because water damages must be handled within 24hrs to prevent further damages from occurring, it is essential to call for professional help immediately. Once you’ve called a professional emergency flood repair service, be sure to call your insurance provider as well. Typical water damage calls we deal with include:

  • Snow, ice, rain, hail damages
  • Frozen/broken pipes
  • Floods & storm water
  • Sewage & waste waters
  • Water from fire crews & sprinkler systems
  • Leaking roofs, foundations etc.

Types of Water Damage

There are three types of water damage that commonly happen and the first step is to determine which one you’re dealing with. Clean water is just that, clean. It occurs from storms, broken supply pipes etc. Grey water is the wastewater from your shower, bath, sinks and washing machines. Black waters are sewage waters that contain pathogens, fungi and bacterial/viral contaminations. Black water is extremely hazardous to your health, so call us right away to determine what type you’re dealing with.

Rapid Response Minimizes Water Damages

Upon receiving your call, Dilamco will have a contractor on scene to assess the water damage situation and begin immediate emergency flood repair treatments. In order to minimize further water damages such as warping & swelling of walls, floors or furniture, we will begin installing water damage equipment such as:

  • Moisture detectors and hygrometers 
  • Submersible pumps to continuously extract water 
  • Industrial dehumidifiers to reduce any secondary water damages
  • High-speed blowers to generate airflow across rooms, evaporating moisture
  • Deodorization and disinfection products to curb growth of mildew, fungi or bacteria

Water And Electricity Don’t Mix

Keep in mind that you could  have electrical short-circuits from the water damage, so be sure to shut of your main power switch if it is safe to do so. Never wade through water or enter a water-logged room if the electricity is still on. The rule of thumb is if your electrical outlets are wet, don’t go in, you could be electrocuted. Call Quebec Hydro for assistance if you are unsure of the electrical situation.

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