About 911 Restoration of The San Fernando Valley
911 Restoration The San Fernando Valley loves this city, and all of the people who make it such an incredible place to live in and raise a family from. Beyond loving the challenges of the restoration business, our business is mostly excited by the opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives every day with his work.
It’s an honor when people choose us to take care of their home. It means we’re trusted to take care of everything including the homeowner, and our reputation precedes us.
In every single job we take on, we make sure that our customers are taken care of through and through. Their satisfaction is our number one priority. Taking care of people isn’t just another aspect of the job, it’s the most important part.
Proven Prevention Provider – 911 Restoration of The San Fernando Valley
The staff at 911 Restoration The San Fernando Valley receive calls regularly from people who simply want advice on what to do about certain restoration related questions they are having. You can call us at 310-421-2014 no matter the time or day, we are here for you.
This ranges from simple ones about how to stop a toilet overflow, to more complicated ones about the dangers of a sewage backup and category three water exposure.
We answer all calls we get with the same happy smile our technicians brings to our job sites, for one simple reason – we love to help people no matter what.
That being said, if you are having a restoration related question, and you want some expert advice on it, here is some from our team on how to prevent water damage restoration from being necessary in the first place.
Many water damage restoration situations can be averted by simply checking the hoses that run to your water-connected appliances After a few years these will begin to corrode and fracture. It’s at this point that they can become true water damage hazards.
Additionally water heaters and the pipes connected to them do not have an infinite lifespan. In fact, most water heaters, dishwashers and even washing machines all have plastic parts and fittings. Plastic becomes brittle and less flexible over time which may engender a split, rupture, or crack that then creates a water damage situation.