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If your home has any excess  moisture or water damage you may be putting your health at risk. Any  minor water damages can easily turn into mold. That's why you need to  trust the experts at Remove Water Now to keep your home up to par with  local health standards and take care of any water cleanup that needs to  be done. We are affiliated with the Queens Ledger Featured Water Restoration Contractor program.    

Hurricane Water Damage Restoration In Queens & Long Island

How to clean up after a storm:

Lots of high profile storms have ripped their way through the world  in the last few years. Hurricanes are getting bigger, more frequent, and  coming ashore more often thanks to a rapidly warming climate. No matter  how well prepared you are for hurricane season, the sheer damage a  hurricane can do when it passes close or directly over your home or  business is frightening. If you've been hit by a hurricane, here are a  few things you can do to get cleaned up after a storm. We are a licensed NYS Hurricane water damage restoration service.

Check for water damage:

Even if your house wasn't subject to flooding, water damage can occur  in a surprising number of ways. A broken window from flying debris can  allow torrential rain pushed by wind to pour into the house. Water from  storm drains or sewage can also back up, causing damage to your home  even when you're not in a flood area.

If you see water damage, call a specialist in water damage restoration.  Water damage technicians have the tools and knowledge needed to limit  the damage as much as possible, saving money in the long run.

Check the safety of the area:

Water damage comes with its own inherent dangers. Fallen power cables  landing in water can turn a dangerous live wire into a large  electrocution risk. Softened wood flooring can give way unexpectedly,  and if the water has been there more than 24 hours, mold can be a  serious risk factor.

Remove water if possible:

Standing water needs to be removed as quickly as possible in order to reduce the amount of damage  sustained. This can be done through wet/dry vacs, or just plain towels  if there is only a little bit of water. If there's a lot of standing  water (more than a foot) you will need an expert to help you. If you  remove the water too quickly, it can cause damage to the foundation.  It's much safer to have an expert do it and reduce the risk of damage to  the home, than to try and do it yourself and possibly destroy the  building.

Move what you can:

Wood furniture can lead to stains on the carpeting. Move them off of  the carpeting, or place a protective layer such as tin foil underneath  to prevent staining. Take textiles such as rugs outside of the home and  hang them to dry.

Hurricanes are frightening and destructive, but they don't have to be  the end of the world—or the end of your home. You can preserve your  house by taking steps to dry your home until professional help arrives,  or hire a professional to get things done start to finish.

One final tip: Be weary of any company that shows up unannounced  after a storm offering repair services. Reputable companies are too busy  to be going door to door, and it's just as likely to be a scam as a  real company trying to drum up business.

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We offer an end-to-end damage restoration experience that includes seamless communication, budgeting, staffing, on-site organization, and solid, quality handiwork every time. 

Why Choose Us?


We have worked with homeowners and flood insurance companies to produce top notch work. Call us today and bring our project management skills and extensive construction experience to your next project.