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Long Island Flooded Basement Cleanup

Did you just discover flooding in your basement? No matter how big or little the flooding is, it can cause structural and health damage if you don’t act quickly! We provide flood cleanup services on long Island, Ronkonkoma, & surrounding areas in Suffolk County, NY. Our experienced techs have the equipment and experience to remove flood water and dry out your basement according to IICRC practices.


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They were very efficient and got my basement cleared of any mildew smell after flood.

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24/7 Basement Flood Cleanup Services on Long Island, Ronkonkoma, & The Entire Suffolk County

A flooded basement can create panic even in the most grounded people. Unfortunately, this can happen even with the most dedicated homeowners. Typically, flooded basements are caused due to the failure or backup of a sump pump. There are many reasons why such an emergency can occur, but don’t worry! Our team at Restoration Pros NY is here to help. Be ready to answer whether or not you the basement is unfinished or finished.

Regardless of what may be the cause of your basement flooding, we will take care of the entire clean-up process.

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Leave The Flooded Basment Immediately, It’s Not Safe

No it is not safe to stay in a house with a flooded basement. Besides the mold growth, insects, and rodents there is the risk of of being electrocuted. Just like being in a pool during the rain is dangerous, the same concept applies to water in a basement. Water conducts electricity and stepping in can put you at risk of electrocution.

Hire a professional in the Long Island & Ronkonkoma, NY area to provide flood cleanup services. One of the first things you need to do when you discover any type of flooding is to disconnect your gas and electric services.

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What Are The Correct Steps To Take When Cleaning A Flooded Basement?

Depending on the damage, it takes between three and five days to get your basement in top shape again. The basement water cleanup process usually involves six steps. First, a proper water damage inspection must be done.

After that, we continue with water and building material removal. Once that is done, we set up the water damage equipment, monitor how it works, and then finish with a final evaluation. Here is an in-depth look into the flooded basement cleanup process.

1. Inspect The Flooded Basement, Avoid This If You Can’t See The Floor.

Before we start the flood water extraction, we always do an inspection first to understand how much damage has been caused. Usually, it is pretty easy to tell just by visually inspecting it. However, with some materials, like carpets, it may be more difficult to assess. This is why we use moisture detection devices, which can professionally determine the level of damage. But floors aren’t the only part impacted by floods. Walls are usually damaged too. In fact, water can get 1 to 2 inches up the wall. For this reason, it is so important to do a careful inspection.

2. Extract The Flood Water

After the inspection, we continue with the water removal. The best way to do it is using pumps. When most of the water has been removed, our team takes care of the remaining water with special extractors. During the process, we may be required to move the furniture and other items in the basement so that the extractor can cover and remove water from all areas.

3. Remove Flood Damaged Contents

Once the water has been removed, it is also important to remove contents that will most likely not dry out, such as baseboards, drywall, and insulation. In the flood damage repair process, baseboards must be removed since there is wet drywall behind them. After, with the help of a metal pipe, we create holes in the drywall so the air can get into cavities. Those with a bathroom or a kitchen in their basement should be prepared that quite often, vanities and cabinets must be taken off too. Note that vanities built out of particle board are usually ruined. However, if you have cabinets from plywood, they should be fine.

4. Dehumidifiers To Remove The Smell & Moisture

To get rid of the water and humidity, we use low-grain refrigerants, dehumidifiers, electric heaters, and air movers. With this equipment, our team can take care of the damage done to building materials. To use them, our company will need your home’s electricity. If we can’t get access to enough power, we get help from a professional electrician. In most modern homes, that won’t be an issue, however, in properties with outdated electrical panels, it may be required. Since the flooded basement cleanup can be quite a noisy process, we recommend our customers avoid spending time in the environment.

5. Flood Water Monitoring

To achieve the best result, the water damage equipment must be used for at least three days. During this time, our team will do regular check-ups to see whether everything is working correctly. We also assess the temperature and get humidity readings to ensure whether the equipment is working in the right conditions. If something isn’t working the way it should be, we move our equipment so the drying conditions are better. Each visit is no longer than 30 minutes. You can use this moment to ask us any questions about the flood water extraction process.

6. Final Flood Evaluation

After we have completed all the previous steps and the equipment has worked for a minimum of three days, we will do a final evaluation. During the inspection, we will assess whether all the materials and contents have dried and reached their original moisture level. If everything is fine, we will clean up our equipment and adjust the furniture to where it was before. Then it is time to do water damage repairs. Once the basement has been cleaned, you can ask an insurance adjuster to inspect the area. Just make sure the drying has finished. All of these steps are crucial to getting your basement back to its original shape. While there are a few things you could manage on your own, only a professional flooded basement cleanup team can ensure the process goes smoothly, and the water has been removed entirely.

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We’re The Pros At Removing The Smell and Deodorizing Basements After They’ve Been Flooded.

When flooding has occurred, it is not uncommon for basements to emit foul odors. Without action, a musty odor is likely to persist. Most often, it is a sign that the water hasn’t been removed entirely. To eliminate the bad smell, it is crucial to solve the moisture problem and remove any mold that has occurred.

Once the basement sump pump failure has been solved, and flood damage cleanup has been done, make sure your basement has plenty of air circulation. Ventilation is key to removing bad smells. Running dehumidifiers even after we’ve finished our work is a good idea. If you discover a mold infestation, our team can help solve the issue.

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Call for 24/7 Long Island Flooded Basement Cleanup Services

Flood damage cleanup is tricky. Unless you are a professional, you may not be able to assess all the damage that has been done. Still, it is crucial to do the flood water extraction properly. Otherwise, you risk experiencing other problems in the future. So, instead of taking care of the hassle on your own, let us do the work for you! Reach out to our team to get your home or business looking normal again!

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