Water & Flood Damage Cleanup

Experiencing water damage? To get help fast, Call Paul! 786-717-5665

It might be a flooded basement, leaking roof, overflowing washer or something else. Paul Davis knows that experiencing any water damage emergency in your home can be a traumatic event for you and your family, and that is why it’s critical to have the problem addressed, assessed and made right, immediately.

Drying out the affected areas quickly and efficiently requires specialized methods and equipment used by experts who are trained and certified to do work that meets and exceeds your expectations, while delivering a customer experience second-to-none. Paul Davis Of The Gables has these capabilities and provides immediate 24/7 response for water and flood damage emergencies.

Water damage due to:​

  • Leaking or frozen water lines or pipes
  • Overflowing sink, bathtub or toilet
  • Washing machine or dishwasher overflow
  • Flooded basements
  • Heavy rains
  • Roof leaks
  • Cresting rivers or streams

Our Water Damage Restoration services include:

  • 24/7 emergency services
  • Water damage assessment, water extraction and removal
  • Drying out affected areas of your home (including walls, carpet/padding and furniture)
  • Cleaning and restoration of household goods and personal possessions (clothes, linens, books, documents, etc.)
  • Mold and mildew remediation
  • Locate and repair source of leaking water
  • Complete reconstruction services and storm damage repair
  • Insurance claim assistance

Why Call Paul?

  • Quick response, drying and repairs – Paul Davis can dry out your home in as little as 3 days
  • Experience – With 50 years of experience and millions of homes restored, Paul Davis has the experience to handle your water damage emergency
  • Insurance claim assistance – We can work with your insurance company to get your water damage claim settled quickly with minimal stress

For all of your water and flood damage cleanup and restoration needs, Call Paul! 786-717-5665

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