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Superior Restoration is the leading Rancho Cucamonga 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.

Tips on water damage prevention:

“The average American uses between 80 to 100 gallons of water a day, so it’s no wonder that some of it goes “astray” and leads to water damage situations.”

When you consider how much water the average person uses a day it’s not really that surprising to realise that water damage happens all the time. Having insurance that covers water damage is one of the best things you can have especially relevant area that is susceptible to it but insurance doesn’t cover everything. For those things that insurance doesn’t cover the best thing you can do to prevent the damage from happening in the first place.

Imagine you had to hold to 1 pound weights in your hands above your head for 24 hours day seven days a week. You are more than capable of holding those weights out for a great length of time and eventually your arms will tire and you’ll be forced to let the weight drop. That is what it is like for a hose or pipe that is constantly under water pressure. The pipe or hoses designed to withstand great pressure but eventually it will wear out and burst. The best thing you can do is relieve the pressure from time to time. If you know that you and your family event we waived for some time you may want to switch off water to the house. This will take the pressure off your pipes and will extend their working lifetime.

Another persistent source of leaks is often the toilet. Leaking toilet can waste as much as 100 gallons of water every day. Thankfully finding out whether you’re not you have a leak is very simple. For a few drops of food colouring in the tank of the toilet and spend about 15 minutes watching it. If by the end of that time the colouring is still there then you do not have a leak but if it’s gone then it’s time to call in a plumber.

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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/