Water Damage

Our Free Water Damage Inspections

We understand the hesitation you might be facing when you realize that you have something wrong with your home, church, or business. After all, it could cost a lot to get it checked out. However, you do not have to worry about this when you hire Wells Roofing and Remodeling, as we offer all of our water damage inspections for free. When a water damage inspection is free, there’s just no reason to wait! Call Wells Roofing and Remodeling today to schedule your free inspection. It’s better to act now rather than later.

Our free water damage inspections are not limited to just one area of the home. If you think that something is wrong, we want to help you find out. If your roof is starting to leak or your walls are starting to darken, make sure you call for a Wells Roofing and Remodeling inspection today! We will inspect all aspects of your home so long as there might be an issue with them. Please do not wait until it’s too late; contact us for an inspection to resolve the issue.

What is a Water Damage Inspection?

A water damage inspection is a way to establish the extent of damage done by water and if the property is safe for occupation. A home inspector will be able to tell you what and how badly it’s been damaged, and whether or not repairs can prevent further damage from occurring. Routine water damage inspections will help prevent this. Regular inspections will help identify potential hazards before they become a problem. 

What are some signs of water damage?

Some clear indicators of possible water damage are musty odors after a flood, stains on ceilings or walls, warped floors, peeling wallpaper or paint, baseboards that stick to your feet when you walk across them, and more. Many things indicate possible water damage and need to be examined by a professional.

Water damage can also cause mold to form, which is why it’s essential to have the area inspected immediately after flooding occurs. If you don’t catch water damage right away, you will have a leak problem and a mold problem. No one wants mold in their home because it’s harmful to breathe in, and if you have a mold problem, your home will always smell musty.

To prevent water damage from happening again, here are some things you can do around the house:

  • Make sure that all of your doors close properly when closed. If they don’t close right, perhaps something needs adjusting or tightening.
  • Check for any fixtures that may be loose, such as sink handles and cabinet latches, and tighten them so they aren’t loose.
  • Look around your window sills and make sure the caulk is still there and looking good so no water can seep through cracks or holes in the walls. These cracks could cause serious problems later on if not taken care of immediately.

Our Free Water Damage Inspections

We understand the hesitation you might be facing when you realize that you have something wrong with your home, church, or business. After all, it could cost a lot to get it checked out. However, you do not have to worry about this when you hire Wells Roofing and Remodeling, as we offer all of our water damage inspections for free. When a water damage inspection is free, there’s just no reason to wait! Call Wells Roofing and Remodeling today to schedule your free inspection. It’s better to act now rather than later.

Our free water damage inspections are not limited to just one area of the home. If you think that something is wrong, we want to help you find out. If your roof is starting to leak or your walls are starting to darken, make sure you call for a Wells Roofing and Remodeling inspection today! We will inspect all aspects of your home so long as there might be an issue with them. Please do not wait until it’s too late; contact us for an inspection to resolve the issue.

Our Water Removal Procedure

At Wells Roofing and Remodeling, we take every step to ensure that your water damage is minimized and that it will be removed completely. We can determine what was damaged and how it should be handled. Our experts know which tools they need to get the job done quickly and effectively, so you don’t have to worry about further damages.

Having water damage in your home or business can cause a lot of unnecessary stress and anxiety for you and your family or employees. Our team goes through an extensive water removal process at Wells Roofing and Remodeling to begin mitigation. We do this to make sure that your home or church is as properly secure as possible. Here are the steps we take to remove the water from your home:

  • Shut off the water supply
  • Repair the leak/plumbing
  • Flood cut drywall
  • Take out insulation
  • Remove water saturated carpet, furniture, and other items
  • Proper placement of air- movers and dehumidifiers
  • We will consult with your insurance company
  • Daily moisture monitoring
  • Once we reach the dry standard, the restoration will begin

If you want to learn more about our water mitigation process, do not hesitate to call us! We are more than happy to go into more detail about what we do. You can also fill out our online contact form up above. No matter how you reach us, we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Advantages of Water Damage Inspections

In a large building, many small things can go wrong. It is not unusual for dozens of problems to pop up over a few days. There might be a leaky pipe somewhere in your home’s walls or ceiling, a dirty air filter that needs changing, or maybe even an improperly placed electrical outlet. When one thing goes wrong, it can often lead to other problems. Sometimes these issues can cascade until you have more problems than you started with, and before you know it, you have an emergency on your hands.

Inspecting for water damage is especially important if you notice leaks and other stance occurrences in your home. One of the easiest ways to ensure you don’t have a more significant issue on your hands later is routine inspections.

There are many advantages to getting water damage inspections such as:

  • Saves money
  • Prevents further damage
  • Improved water flow/pressure
  • Reduced risk of plumbing emergencies

Inspections allow you to identify potential hazards before they become a problem that requires extensive repairs to resolve. These simple, easy steps will allow you to maintain peace of mind, but inspections can also help keep unnecessary costs down in the future. 

Why Water Damage Inspections Are Important

Water damage inspections are vital because they often reveal unknown damage that can be prevented from becoming a more significant problem, which will save you a lot of money. Water damage inspectors can detect problems with your roof and foundation through visual inspections, check the structural integrity of the home’s frame, and even find mold infestations during water damage inspections.

Water damage inspectors are also experts in locating hidden leaks, which is much easier said than done. Not only can they identify precisely where leaks might come from in your house, but they’ll also know what potential problems may arise from these leaks.

Book Regular Inspections

It’s a good idea to have your roof looked over by a professional every so often. A roofer will be able to tell if there has been any damage done to the roof material or frame from years of wear and tear and anything that may have recently occurred. They’ll also be able to check your gutters for blockages that may force water into the house improperly rather than letting it drain away from the foundation. If debris is blocking gutters, water cannot run off properly, causing potential water damage to your roof. 

Regular inspections should be done a few times a year. This is especially important after a heavy storm or during the fall and winter months when rain can run down gutters fast and cause them to overflow if they cannot drain correctly.

Prevent Mold Damage 

Mold is a homeowner’s worst nightmare. It can grow in several places within your home, from the attic to the basement. To get rid of it, you’ll need to get rid of its food source and disinfect the area. The easiest way to prevent mold is to keep the indoor humidity down. Ventilate bathrooms and kitchens well, use your range hood when cooking, limit shower time, and open windows for an hour after it rains. 

Use fans in the bathroom during and after showers. This will help dry any remaining moisture on walls or floors. It also helps dissipate odors so that they do not linger around longer than necessary.

Using dehumidifiers can also help reduce humidity levels throughout the year. When mold does grow, you’ll want to clean up any spilled water quickly. Then use a disinfectant like Lysol to kill off what remains of any lingering spores or mold that was left behind. This will also help prevent water damage because moisture and water can spread mold.

Our Water Removal Procedure

At Wells Roofing and Remodeling, we take every step to ensure that your water damage is minimized and that it will be removed completely. We can determine what was damaged and how it should be handled. Our experts know which tools they need to get the job done quickly and effectively, so you don’t have to worry about further damages.

Having water damage in your home or business can cause a lot of unnecessary stress and anxiety for you and your family or employees. Our team goes through an extensive water removal process at Wells Roofing and Remodeling to begin mitigation. We do this to make sure that your home or church is as properly secure as possible. Here are the steps we take to remove the water from your home:

  • Shut off the water supply
  • Repair the leak/plumbing
  • Flood cut drywall
  • Take our insulation
  • Remove water saturated carpet, furniture, and other items
  • Proper placement of air- movers and dehumidifiers
  • We will consult with your insurance company
  • Daily moisture monitoring
  • Once we reach the dry standard, the restoration will begin

If you want to learn more about our water mitigation process, do not hesitate to call us! We are more than happy to go into more detail about what we do. You can also fill out our online contact form up above. No matter how you reach us, we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Do You Have a Busted Pipe in Your Home, Church, or Business?

Is your home, church, or business suffering the effects of a major rainstorm? Call Wells Roofing and Remodeling today and schedule a free water mitigation inspection!

Contact Wells Roofing and Remodeling Today!

Wells Roofing and Remodeling is a family-owned business started by Earnest E. Wells, Sr. He has more than 50+ years of experience in roofing, home remodeling, and financing. Over the years, Earnest Wells has done thousands of roofs with many types of damage and has always repaired or replaced them. 

Our professionalism, reliability, and high-quality services are what keeps customers coming back. Our team of roofing experts is proud to operate throughout Memphis, TN, and the rest of the tri-state area. To receive more information about our church or home roof services, give Earnest Wells a call at 901-482-2546. You can also send him an email at EwellsSr@Wellsroofingandremodeling.com or fill out our online contact form. You can even stop by our office located at 5118 Park Ave, Suite 114, Memphis, TN 38117. No matter how you get in touch with us, we will make sure to get back to you as soon as possible.

Earnest Wells – Church Specialist
901-482-2546
ewellssr@wellsroofingandremodeling.com

Diana McKinney – Residential Specialist
901-825-1766
dmckinney@wellsroofingandremodeling.com