Dry Star Restoration Is Offering Water Damage Mold Remediation In Phoenix And Surrounding Areas In Arizona

October 23, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Dry Star Restoration, a full-service water damage restoration company in Arizona, is offering its services in Phoenix and its surrounding metro areas. The company claims that they aim to be the best contractor for carrying out water restoration, fire restoration, asbestos abatement, storm repair, sewage cleanup, remodeling, and mold remediation in Phoenix and surrounding metro areas.

The family-owned company started in 2012, and it claims to be a leader in water damage restoration. The company has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. The company was also a recipient of the Angie's List Super Service Award in 2018. All of the company's technicians are IICRC certified. The company promises a 90 minute response time. The company offers free estimates and also can charge directly to the customer's insurance.

The company's roster of water extraction industry experts is on call 24 hours 7 days a week for assisting Phoenix residents and businesses in getting their property and homes back to the condition before the disaster. The company claims to not only fix the original problems but also clean, deodorize, and sanitize the affected area. According to the company, this holistic approach to disaster management also gets rid of molds, odors, fungi, viruses, and other various other pathogens that can cause severe health hazards.

The company's experienced personnel can fix the problems caused by broken or leaky pipes, bathtub overflow, sink overflow, toilet overflow and leaks, air conditioner leaks, refrigerator, washing machine, water heater, and dishwasher overflow, hardwood floor water damage, crawlspace drying, or sump pump failure. The company utilizes specific moisture detecting tools to see the place that the water has migrated. The areas are properly dried, and any structural damage is repaired or replaced. The company uses industry-standard techniques to combat warping, swelling, delaminating, and buckling of the affected area. The company claims to be the best in the business for sewage backup cleanup in Tempe, Phoenix, Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, Scottsdale, Tucson, Casa Grande, and the surrounding cities.

The company advertises a 6 step to fixing problems. The first step is contacting the company promptly before the problem due to water damage gets any worse. The second step is when the company technicians arrive at the customer's doorstep to analyze and assess the damage. The third step is clearing out the excess water from the target area to eliminate further damage and reduce drying times. The fourth step involves drying equipment to remove the water retained by building materials, reducing the chance of mold damage. The fifth step is the odor removal and deodorization treatment. In this step, the company's technicians will clean the customer's walls, flooring, furniture, upholstery, clothing, and other restorable personal items, damaged by the water. The sixth and final step is the restoration of the customer's property back to the pre-loss condition. This step may include minor repairs, such as replacing drywall, installing new carpet. In case of extensive damage, the company's technicians might carry out major reconstruction of various areas in the customer's home or business property.

The company has an overall rating of 4.7 out of 5, from 47 reviews on its Google Business page. The company also has a rating of 4.8 out of 5 on its Facebook page. The company's website showcases many customer testimonials. One of them reads, "What an amazing company! From my first call with Robbie to meeting with John to meeting Marty for the start of the cleanup. They were so fast to respond to our needs. We had a condo that flooded and they got there so quick and started clean up right away. They had to remove cabinets, all appliances, and furniture had to be trashed. This will now be my only go-to company for restoration services and I highly recommend them to anyone!!!! I would give more than 5 stars if I could. "

According to Richard Appel, owner of the company, "We pride ourselves on our professionalism and customer service. We are not only on the cutting edge of the technology required in our trade, but we bolster that technical skill with amazing customer service. Above all else, we care about our customers and make their needs and concerns the focus of everything we do. We are the foremost choice for anyone looking for remodeling contractors in Phoenix."

Interested customers can contact the company at its phone number - (480) 664-4264. The company also has a contact form on its website.

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For more information about Dry Star Restoration, contact the company here:

Dry Star Restoration
Richard Appel
(480) 664-4264
drystar@drystaraz.com
3045 N. Norfolk, Mesa, AZ 85215

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