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Ceiling water damage is normally the result of roof leaks, or in a multilevel building, the result of burst plumbing or drains in the upper floors. Multilevel buildings are susceptible to greater damage because water will try to find a way to reach the bottom levels damaging walls and floors as well as ceilings.

It is vitally important to deal with any type of water damage immediately as mold can propagate in as soon as a few days causing greater repairs and potential health risks. Signs of a water damaged ceiling include discoloration, bulging, soft and cold to the touch. At the worst levels, the ceiling material can crumble and fall risking great harm to anyone unlucky enough to be underneath it at the time.

Call Ultimate Choice Restoration at 702.515.1485 or enter your information to receive a FREE estimate on your repairs and to determine if any mold is present.

Las Vegas Water Damage Remediation Equipment

Las Vegas water damage restoration begins with the right equipment. Ultimate Choice Restoration has air movers, air scrubbers, dehumidifiers, wood floor drying systems and subfloor drying systems. Our water damage repair specialists use probes, infrared cameras and other state-of-the-art equipment to test for pockets of water damage that may not be visible and that can continue to cause extensive problems unless addressed. Mold, mildew and rot are just some of the problems that can arise when water damage repair is not done by a professional, reliable company. Water damages carpet, rugs and subflooring as well as wood floors, trim and drywall.

Las Vegas Water Damage Cleanup

Depending on the source of the water, additional measures may be necessary for water damage restoration. Water damage is classified into four different categories depending on the severity of the damage. It is also divided into classifications based on the source of the water and the contaminants that may be in that water. Category one water may come from an overflowing sink or a broken appliance. It does not pose an immediate significant threat of biological contamination, but if it is not addressed through professional water damage repair, it can become a health hazard. Category two water contains chemical or biological containments and can cause illness or injury. Category three water is commonly referred to as black water and is very unsanitary. It can contain human waste, sewage and harmful bacteria.

If water damage is not repaired quickly from category one or category two water, it can become stagnant and be reclassified as category three water.

Ultimate Choice Restoration will restore your property and help you file claims with your insurance company no matter how severe the damage or how contaminated the source of the water.

Steps to Take for Water Damage Repair

1. Shut off the source of the water
2. Shut off any power to the affected area
3. Call Ultimate Choice Restoration immediately
4. If possible use towels to absorb water
5. Remove as much of the contents as possible
6. Photograph and document water damage
7. Call your insurance company as soon as possible

Water Damage repair tips

1. Don't use a household vacuum to remove water.
2. Don't use electrical appliances or electronics. This may result in serious injury.
3. Don't use ceiling fans if the ceiling is wet.
4. Don't wait until Monday if damage happens on the weekend

Water Damage Resources

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Ultimate Choice Water & Mold Restoration
3040 N. Simmons, #104
North Las Vegas, Nevada 89032
1-702-515-1485 (phone)
1-702-515-1486 (fax)
Nevada License #s: B-0077013, C-3 0077014, C-4 0077015

  • A+ BBB rated, locally owned company
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  • At your door in 60 minutes or less
  • Free estimates
  • We bill directly to insurance
  • Free 5-year warranty
  • 10% discount if you pay with cash
  • We'll pay your deductible up to $500



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