Water Damage in Apartment Complexes

Water Damage in Apartment Complexes

If your rental property has suffered water damage due to a leak or flood, call us immediately at 919-467-1991. We will show up soon and work fast to stop any further damage and begin the restoration process. We can work with your insurance company to make sure you pay as little as possible. We’re available around the clock, 7 days a week.

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We are not only restoration specialists, we have a North Carolina contractor’s license and can handle large commercial jobs throughout Wake and Orange County. We’ve worked with homes and businesses in Holly Springs, Durham, Raleigh, Cary, Chapel Hill and Wake Forest.

Apartment complex water damage

Water damage can have devastating consequences on an apartment complex or rental property. In the worst case scenario, it can make apartments completely unlivable, and could potentially ruin any property the renter may have inside. Even flooding that seems minor at first can develop into problems with devastating and long-term consequences.

Wet surfaces are breeding grounds for mold, mildew, and bacteria, which can further damage the building, as well as create life-threatening health hazards. Tenants have rights that protect them in these situations, and it’s the landlord’s responsibility to make sure that water damage is addressed quickly, completely, and professionally.

Water damage that’s left unrepaired will only make problems worse for everyone. If attended to quickly, it may only be a matter of days before everything is dried properly, and the renters can go back to living their lives normally. However, if the issue develops into something worse, involving mold, wood rot, demolition, and reconstruction, not only will the cost of repair be much higher, but the revenue generated through monthly rent will be lost as well. The law protects tenants in the situations, and they are not responsible for paying rent for periods of time they are unable to live in the apartment.

While most of a tenants personal belonging are likely to be covered by renters insurance, it’s only the responsibility of the landlord to replace damaged items in the event that the flooding is attributed to negligence. While it’s not our place to decide who is or isn’t at fault, we can say for certain that delaying any repairs related to water damage isn’t going to help a landlord’s case should the dispute go to court.

If there’s ever any kind of water damage to your apartment or rental community, it’s strongly recommended that you contact a professional. We’re available 24/7 through our emergency hot-line at 919-467-1991. Our trained and certified professionals will be able to determine the severity of the damage and work with your insurance company to keep your out of pocket costs to a minimum. As licensed contractors, we’ll not only be able to rip out all of the damaged drywall, and any other affected structure, we can rebuild your rental units as good as new.

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