Water damage Laval
Water Damage Laval
Water Damage caused by Flooding, Sewage or Pipe Bursts, Human Error
On Site Within 45 Min or Less in Laval!
We will contact you every 15 minutes with an updated estimated time of arrival.
Canada’s Restoration Services is a leader in the water damage repair & restoration industry. From water and sewage damage restoration to full structural drying, we know how to get the job done properly allowing you to have the peace of mind you deserve.
Serving Laval we are experts in Water Removal (Extraction), Water Damage Cleanup, Drying and Flood Repair Services.
Whether you need repairs for a flooded basement, water damaged walls and ceilings, flooded wood floor, basement leaks, or any other repairs to your property, call us to help you, we will be there in 45 minutes or less!
Contact Us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for Water Damage Restoration, Water Damage Repair, Water Extraction, Flood Damage, Water Removal Emergencies.
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We are specialists in assessing, removing, repairing & restoring water damage, flood damage, sewage backups, burst pipes or any water leaks. Call us AS SOON as the water damage emergency occurs, as our service includes emergency and thorough plumbing repairs too...
Sewage backups create severe health hazards. The longer the contamination process is allowed to persist, the greater the potential for bacteria development & growth that may lead to serious illness. Call us immediately and we will be there in 45 minutes or less…
When it comes to water damage, the longer you wait, the more secondary damage will follow and your necessary repairs will increase! Canada's Restoration Services can help you by ...
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The faster you call, the faster we can prevent serious damage, including secondary damage, to your home or business.
FROM IDENTIFYING THE LEAK TO CONTAINMENT
In most cases, the source of water damage is obvious, however on occasion, the source may be uncertain.
Our first goal is to identify the cause or source of the water damage and take the necessary actions to stop and repair it. Secondly, we gather, pump & remove all excess water and/or sewage and salvage any contents and materials. Next, we will remove all unsalvageable contents, then test for contamination (especially important in sewage damage) and begin the sanitation process.
We use only the latest in professional equipment to extract the water and dry out the premises.
Powerful dehumidifiers are strategically placed to provide high velocity air movement throughout the affected area. Once we have the premises completely dry and all infected materials are removed, the restoration process will begin.
Our focus is ensuring that mold will not grow as a result of the water damage. Our objective is to restore the water damaged area to its original condition guaranteeing that you, the customer, are completely satisfied with our work!
We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year, to provide you with the highest quality service in Laval.
When the worst happens, call the pros; Canada’s Restoration Services in Laval. Whatever your restoration needs may be, we can get it done, and done right! 1-888-551-0514
Water Damage Repair
•Leaks & floods
•Wet basements/flooded basements
•Sewage backups / sewage clean ups
•Pipe burst /burst pipes
•Drain back up
•Water damage restoration
•Pack out services
•Water damaged floors
We have many teams located in Laval. Help is close by. We are less than 30 Min away from you.
Laval is a Canadian city and a region in southwestern Quebec. It is the largest suburb of Montreal, the third largest municipality in the province of Quebec, and the 14th largest city in Canada. In 2011, the population of the suburb is estimated at 398,667. Laval constitutes region 13 of the 17 administrative regions of Quebec. Laval is bordered on the south by Montreal across the Rivière des Prairies, on the north by MRC des Moulins and by MRC de Thérèse-de-Blainville and on the west by MRC de Deux-Montagnes across the Rivière des Mille Îles. Laval was named after the first owner of Île Jésus, François de Montmorency-Laval, the first Roman Catholic Bishop of Quebec .Laval became a Regional County Municipality in 1980. Prior to that, it was the County of Laval. The 14 municipalities, which existed prior to the incorporation of the amalgamated City of Laval on August 6, 1965, were: Auteuil, Chomedey, Duvernay, Fabreville, Îles-Laval, Laval-des-Rapides, Laval-Ouest, Laval-sur-le-Lac, Pont-Viau, Sainte-Dorothée, Sainte-Rose, Saint-François, Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, Vimont.