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Water damages can occur when you least expect them to. Year-round, through every season, property owners can find themselves ankle-deep or deeper in a watery mess brought on by unforeseen origins. Whether it’s a malfunctioning appliance, a bursting pipe, nature’s fury, or something else entirely, the fact of the matter is water damages are one of the worst things you’ll have to deal with as a property owner. When water damage surrounds you, our technicians on Long Island, New York are exactly the kind of help you need. Our water damage restoration services are able to roll back the clock on any water damage scenario, accomplished with the right tools and the right training. From the opening stages of cleanup through the final stages of restoration, our technicians will leave no stone unturned, addressing your water damage as well as preventing potential mold outbreaks.

  • Water Mitigation
  • Water Extraction
  • Water Removal
  • Water Damage Repair
  • Water Damage Cleanup
  • Emergency Water Damage
  • Structural Drying
  • Storm Damage
  • Sewage Backup

fire iconFire Damage Restoration

Fire damages, even on smaller scales, can often be disastrous. Fire damage comes in the form of excessive heat damage as well as smoke damage, and while the former is regulated closer to the site of flames, smoke damage can spread much further through any property. Whether it’s the result of an electric fire, a cooking-related incident, or something else, fire damage isn’t something anyone expects, but too often can become a reality. Our fire damage restoration technicians on Long Island, New York are expertly trained professionals ready to assist you in returning your property to pre-loss normalcy when you’re the victim of fire damage. Through our fire damage restoration process we can isolate affected areas to prevent any further damages, conduct emergency repairs, and proceed with an in-depth cleanup and restoration process that includes removing damages, restoring items that can be saved, and providing an in-depth sanitization to the site.

  • Soot Removal
  • Smoke Odor Removal
  • Cleaning Fire Damage
  • Fire Damage Remediation
  • Fire & Smoke Damage
  • Fire Damaged Roofs
  • Emergency Tarping & Board Up
  • Fire Damage Repairs
  • Soot Cleanup

mold iconMold Damage Restoration

At any given moment indoors, you’re surrounded by an average of 200-500 mold spores. At a glance, that number sounds troubling, but it’s actually quite normal. Mold spores can find their way inside from outdoors through windows, vents, and even being brought in on clothing. It’s as natural as the air we breathe, and on its own mold spores are relatively harmless. However, under the right set of circumstances, a few hundred mold spores can settle and grow into full-blown infestations of mold colonies. Our mold remediation process provided by technicians on Long Island, New York utilizes the equipment and training necessary to confront these mold outbreaks and the associated airborne contamination that causes lingering odors in its wake. During the closing stages of mold remediation, our Long Island technicians will go through your property room by room in its entirety to ensure that there is no chance of recurring mold outbreaks in the future.

  • Mold Removal
  • Mold Remediation
  • Antimicrobial Treatments
  • Mold & Mildew Odor Removal
  • Mold Abatement
  • Visual Mold Assessments
  • Mold Containment
  • HEPA Air Filtration
  • Dehumidification & Dryout

disinfection iconDecontamination & Disinfection

In addition to our restoration and remediation services, our technicians on Long Island, New York also provide a range of decontamination and disinfection services. Utilized by homeowners and business properties alike, these services focus on harmful pathogens, allergens, and spreading irritants that can build up in a building over time through normal wear and tear. With state-of-the-art equipment and expert training, your property can be assessed, sanitized, and disinfected of any potential contaminants that will allow you and others to breathe easily. Following clear OHSA and CDC standards, our technicians on Long Island, New York will go over your property from floor to ceiling and everywhere in between making sure every surface from doorknobs to keyboards have been handled with care, decontaminated, and disinfected. Former breeding grounds for germs and pathogens are now ready for use once again, allowing you peace of mind that our technicians have provided in this extra layer of defense.

  • EPA / CDC Approved Chemicals
  • ULV Fogging
  • Commercial Disinfection Services
  • Commercial Sanitizing Services
  • Deep Surface Cleaning
  • Residential Sanitizing Services
  • Residential Disinfection Services
  • Biohazard Cleanup & Removal
  • High Touch Surface Cleaning

house iconOther Restoration Services

Once your remediation projects are complete, you’ll need property restoration to get things back to normal conditions. Ranging from small repairs to complete reconstructions on site, your needs can vary based on the severity of the situation we were called in to handle. Our customers can rest easy knowing that we’ll take the right time to find the perfect contractor for you through our extensive network of vetted and professionally trained entities that are licensed, bonded, and above all insured workers who have the tools and training needed to get the job done. Whether it’s patching a wall, laying new flooring, or even complete remodels there is no task too large to handle. United Water Restoration Group of Long Island, New York is here to assist you.

  • Reconstruction Partnerships
  • Remodeling Partnerships
  • Vetted Contractors
  • Insurance Claim Assistance
  • Insurance Claims Management
  • Direct Insurance Billing
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We are 24/7 Water and Mold Damage Emergency Response Team.

We’re a full-service restoration company specialized in Water Damage, Flood, Fire, Storm, Sewage, and Mold Remediation. We have over 14 years of experience in this industry and have helped thousands of home and business owners in restoring their property to pre-loss condition.

We guarantee our work and have handpicked our staff so that we never lose that “personal attention” that you rarely receive in this industry today.

We look forward to working with you and will always provide professional and friendly service!

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Bleach does not kill mold colonies. The most it will do is remove the green/grey color from the colonies, but will not kill it. It will be out of sight, but still, present and producing inside your home.
Regardless of the affected rooms, they must be cleared out and sanitized. They will be isolated and cleansed. If you remove them, the virus would spread to other parts of your house.
If you smell a musky odor then chances are there can be mold. Mold is found in dark, cool spaces so places such as crawlspaces, inside walls, attics, or even basements.
It’s dangerous to live in a house that faces water damage as mold and mildew can start growing within one day. So staying on property for weeks at a time exposes your health to the risks of mold and mildew, such as trouble breathing, allergies, headaches, and coughing.
Yes, mold can be caused by water damage as mold spores require moisture and organic items. If the water damage is left unaddressed, mold colonies are almost a guarantee.
Water damage can cause different damage to different types of materials. During a water damaging event, you can experience minor problems like soaked carpeting or more extreme damage such as wood warping.
Although you may want to use your air conditioning unit or heating system, an HVAC contractor will need to inspect and clear it for use before turning it back on. Even though the fire is out, there may still be damage that can lead to future repairs and/or malfunctions, so we recommend contacting a professional to inspect and test both systems.
It's important to remember that smoke from a house fire is not safe to breathe and can cause respiratory problems. It’s recommended that you hire a professional team who has the proper equipment and experience dealing with this type of issue properly.
The first thing to do is contact your insurance company and make sure you are covered for this type of situation. If you have homeowners, renters, or commercial insurance then fire damage is usually covered. Depending on the extent of the damage it may require some negotiation between yourself and your insurance carrier, but our company will work with you throughout the entire process.
All chemicals and agents used at your property are approved by the EPA and our technicians strictly follow the guidelines by the companies who produce them.
Our decontamination services seek to provide an added layer of protection at your home or business. These services target irritants, pathogens, and allergens around your property.
Our technicians take aim at high-touch surfaces and items. Surfaces such as doorknobs, counters, and hard-to-reach areas are our primary target as these areas are typically hotspots for pathogens and allergens.
On top of providing compassionate care, our technicians aim to provide discrete services as well. We will do our best to provide our services in a discrete, professional manner.
You can try, however, blood and other bodily fluids are potentially dangerous when not handled by professionals who understand the protocols and safety measures.
We can’t promise you that every insurance provider will cover these services. However, they are typically standard and most policies will cover these services.
You should follow up with your insurance company soon after recognizing the damage. Each insurance provider works differently, but most have deadlines on when you can file a claim.
Your policy may cover the costs required to remove a tree from your property, though it depends largely on the circumstances as to why the tree fell. Some policies may cover tree removal after the tree fell due to wind while others may only cover it if the tree fell due to rain.
We recommend requesting an inspection after a storm event passes through your neighborhood, such as a hurricane or tornado. Finding damage earlier than later can save your home from further damage and you some money.