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Basement Flood Repair.

Basement Flood Cleaning Costs.

Factors Affecting The Cost

Easier Insurance Claim Process


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How Much Does Flood Repair Costs?

Depending on the repair such as sewage backup, overflow, burst pipe, or storm related, prices can range from:

Not covered by insurance:

  • $200 - $2,000 for minor or several inches of water (depending on the amount of contents need restored).
  • $1,500 - $5,000 for moderate flooding.
  • $5,000 - $10,000 for severe flooding Covered By Insurance.
  • Your deductible (usually $1,000+) and the insurance pays the rest.

How Much Does Flood Cleaning Costs?

Depending on who you hire for water removal services like basic pumping, shop vac assistance or other measures of water removal from smaller companies the price may range from a few hundred dollars. Larger companies may charge slightly more because they are brand and could have modern equipment. Most homeowners are concerned with removal but forget about drying. The few hundred dollars spent for removal can add up over time to thousands of dollars. How? Improper drying method in place to prevent mold. Our water clean up solutions include removal and drying so our customers can have long term reassurance. Narrow down your choices between companies you feel comfortable with and ask them about their removal procedures.

Factors Affecting Cost

1. The category of water being dealt with:

  • Category 1 - Clean water that poses no health risks.
  • Category 2 - Color distorted water that's usually gray from dishwashers and washing machines.
  • Category 3 - Black or dark water usually posing severe health risks such as sewage back ups or contaminated water.

2. The Amount Of Water Being Removed & Size Of The Flooded Area Clean water will take less time than contaminated or mud water. Most companies will factor in how long it expects to take them to fully remove the water and stop the leak.

3. The Damage At Hand Professional companies will inspect the area prior to starting to see if the damage has compromised structures within the property. Floors, drywall, and other belongings left on the ground that are important to the property are accounted for before moving forward with proper restoration procedures.

Make it easier with insurance claims:

Not every flood or water damage scenario is covered by insurance so its best to document the scene immediately with photos and call your insurance agent. Everyone's insurance policy may have different coverage. For a rule of thumb, most emergent water damages are covered by insurance, except floods which may require a special policy. For any questions please give us a call and we are happy to help.



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