How quickly can you respond?
Our goal is to arrive on the job site in one hour or less. We are available for emergency service twenty four hours a day seven days a week.
How much will it cost?
Our goal is to keep cost at a minimum while providing a high standard of Quality and Service. Please contact us today for estimation.
What is involved in the restoration process?
The process is intended to restore the home/business to a pre-loss condition and consists of an inspection, extraction of water/sewage, chemical wipe-down, drying of wet materials and a final clean-up.
What are the best ways to secure property after water related damage?
Lock and secure your property when not occupied to prevent looting. Keep in mind that alarms may malfunction if the electricity or telephone service has been interrupted.
What are the electricity related safety rules after water damage?
There 3 basic safety rules:
- Turn off the power to your home or business by disabling the main circuit breaker panel. Even if the neighborhood power grid is down assume all power lines are active and functioning.
- Do not use regular household vacuums to remove excess water.
- Do not use electrical appliances while standing on a wet floor.
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What People Say About Us
Some of happy client sharing their experience with Flood Tech 3
“Your crew did a great job! We were horrifyed by the amount of damage in our home, and the crew was very reassuring that they would take care of everything and they did."
S.T., Alexandria, VA
“FloodTech3’s promptness and knowledge was extremely valuable. Thanks for being there!”
“We were pleased that we didn’t have to wait. We called late on a Sunday night and response time was within 90 mins.”
Beth, Sterling, VA
Areas We Serve
When it comes to leak detection, water damage repair, mold remediation, sealing, resurfacing, home restoration, and a variety of other water-damage related issues, Flood Tech 3 has been taking care of business for over 10 Years. We’ve been providing services in Virginia, District of Columbia and Maryland.