Water extraction Indian Rocks Beach is a very crucial for a home that has been damaged by the flood. Most homeowners tend to do the job on their own without much thought on the implications. If you do not have the right equipment and knowledge about Indian Rocks Beach water extraction, there is always a possibility that you missed something that may lead to more harm. It is important that during this devastating situation, you call a professional water extraction Indian Rocks Beach company to remove the water from your home. Otherwise, you are putting your home at risk of further structural damage. A place that has been exposed to water may show signs of different problems. For instance, a laminate floor may start to peel or the paint near the floor may bubble and peel. If your living room or kitchen has been flooded and water extraction Indian Rocks Beach has not been done immediately, you may notice that the base of your cabinets and other wood furniture will warp. If these signs occur because of negligence to get fast water extraction services, you may expect some more serious problems. At this stage, your house may now be infected by black molds, especially if you can smell a foul odor coming from the wet parts of your home. These are costly to repair and your insurance company may refuse to pay for the damages. If you want to avoid these problems, do not hesitate to get water extraction Indian Rocks Beach services right away.
Fair price breakdown
Water extraction Indian Rocks Beach can be affected by three major factors and that is the labor cost, kind or category of water to be extracted, and the materials needed. The type of water that affects your home will have a great impact on the price. There are three categories of water. Category 1 is usually caused by damaged plumbing or broken water lines. They are considered to be clean water and may cost less to be extracted. Category 2, or commonly known as gray water, may be caused by damaged appliances like dishwashers and washing machines. This kind of water can be contaminated by chemicals that are less hazardous to health and may cost more to extract than category 1 water. The last and the most expensive one to be extracted is the category 3 or black water. This kind of water is usually contaminated with hazardous substances like chemicals. They also contain bacterial growth and germs that are very dangerous to anyone, making the extraction really expensive.
Estimated final cost for water extraction
|Flood Damage Cleanup Labor||33.4 Hours||$2,797.54|
|Flood Damage Cleanup Job Materials and Supplies||200 Square Feet||$689.12|
|Totals - Cost to Cleanup Flood Damage - 215 Square Feet||$3,486.67|
|Average Cost Per Square Foot||$17.43|
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The labor cost of a water extraction Indian Rocks Beach job will depend on the extent of the damage. Some companies will charge a fixed rate per hour. The normal labor charge is around $70 to $100 per hour. The materials needed will also affect the cost of the project, as well as the equipment that may be used.
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Last Updated: Feb 26, 2020
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