Water Mitigation

Because we understand how important it is to react quickly in the unfortunate event of water, smoke, or fire damage, you can rely on Tru-Colors to provide emergency response and quick professional service 24-hours a day.

When emergencies occur including broken water pipes, fire, floods and other natural disasters, you will quickly see that water is one of the most powerful forces in our world. It can cause untold damages that must be immediately addressed.
Many homes experience water damage to some degree. The majority of these water damages are a result of
some type of plumbing failure. When water damage occurs, it is important that you locate a company that is well-trained and has the equipment to completely dry your home as quickly as possible like Tru-Colors. Water damage is progressive and items that could be restored within the first 48 hours of the water damage may not be restored if emergency response is delayed. Although you might be tempted to use a shop vacuum or call a company that only has equipment to dry carpet, you should consider that water will wick up walls and travel under base molding and sillplates. It will penetrate through floor coverings into sub-floors, even causing water damage in rooms below. Allowing water to stand increases the chances of mold and permanent structural damage. Other possible effects of water and humidity may result if humidity inside the structure is not controlled properly. Items that were not damaged from the original water damage could be damaged as a result of absorbing moisture from the air. Structures that are not dried out quickly and properly can become a food source for mold growth.

Tru-Colors® service professionals are trained on current procedures, such as Rapid Structural Drying, to dry your entire structure as quickly as possible, using state-of-the-art equipment and technology. Moisture meters are used to locate moisture that may not be visible or may be hidden behind walls or cabinets, so that our service professionals can ensure that all wet materials are dry.