Q: I have water damage, what should I do?
A: Call Rapid Dry immediately to assist you with your water loss. It is important to identify the source of the incoming water and stop it, if possible. Safety is the first concern! Make sure you turn off all electrical appliances in and around the affected area before you enter it to reduce electrical hazard. Mold growth can begin in as little as 48 hours so it is important to begin the drying process as soon as possible.
Q: Is Rapid Dry insured?
A: Yes, Rapid Dry is fully insured with liability insurance of up to $1,000,000. All Rapid Dry employees are insured with workers compensation. We are certified with the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration (IICRC) and strictly adhere to their rules and regulations.
Q: Will Rapid Dry assist me with my insurance claim?
A: Rapid Dry meets all of the requirements to work with the insurance companies. Rapid Dry photographs, evaluates and documents the source of the claim including water intrusion, visible deterioration, pre-existing damage and visible microbial growth. Our professional team will assist in guiding you through the complete claims process.
Q: What if I don’t have insurance?
A: If your restoration project is not covered by insurance, Rapid Dry offers competitive prices to minimize your cost.
Updated on March 3, 2014