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Superior Restoration is the leading Fountain Valley water damage clean up company in the Inland Empire. When it comes to flood damage, water extraction and the restoration process, nobody does it better than we do. From the initial dryout to final restoration, we are able to take care of you the entire way. Our services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for any type of water damage clean up large or small. We not only have the equipment and space to handle the largest flood situations but the staff and commitment to quality that will let us provide a personal touch to the restoration process. When we work with you, you can rest assured that we will strive to make the process as painless as possible.

Water damage in your kitchen:

Water damage happens in unexpected places and that unexpected times. It can even happen in places of your home where you least expect it but there are certain rooms that are more susceptible to water damage than others. The bathroom has a sink, toilet, after and numerous pipes all of which could burst at any moment flooding the bathroom. Another problem area is the kitchen. It too is filled to bursting with pipes and sinks and it is used every day.

The reason the cages and is so susceptible to water damage is because it houses appliances such as your refrigerator dishwasher and possibly even your washer and dryer, the sink and the multiple waterline supplying each of them.

Most homes today have a dishwasher that with a little bit of human health claims of your dishes helping you prepare for the next meal. This device is prone to water damage especially as it ages and the hoses leading to it start to weaken and crack. Changing the hoses on a regular basis can prevent this.

The same is true for refrigerators and for your washer and dryer. The more often you change the pipes leading to them the better. It is a good idea to at least twice a year inspect the pipes and hoses leading to all these appliances.

Another common area for water damage is the kitchen sink. Of all the items in your kitchen this is probably one that is use the most often. A small it can become a very big problem if left unattended to. Even a very small leak can expel more than 22 gallons of water a day.

If you find that your preventative measures of not take effect and water has flowed your kitchen contact quality water damage Restoration Company and seek their help. When in doubt leave it to the professionals, in the end they will save you time and money and is of mind.

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I hired Superior to come dry out my house when I had a water leak. They also did the construction to fix the damages that occurred. They were very pleasant to deal with. They handled all the communication with my insurance to make sure that everything was covered that got damaged. I was at ease during the entire process knowing that they were on it. They gave me a deadline and exceeded that time frame having my house ready sooner than I had expected which was a big PLUS. They are professional, they return phone calls immediately, and they follow through as promised! It can’t get any better than Superior!

Don Hansen
Don Hansen

Superior Restoration responded quickly to our water emergency with quality and competence to handle the situation. The staff was helpful and courteous with all my questions and concerns and they returned my phone calls in a timely manner. Hopefully I will never need these services again, but if I do, I will call Superior Restoration to get the job done! I highly recommend this company to anyone in need of water damage services because of their professionalism and the care they give their clients.

B Dow
B Dow

Resources:

Visit Rancho Water if you need to turn your water off. http://www.ranchowater.com/

Visit Restoration Industry Association for information on how restoration affects homes. http://www.restorationindustry.org/