Flood Restoration

Water damage can leave your living space or office looking bad as well as smelling bad. You need to take immediate action to lessen the severe effects water can have on your property. The rooms need to completely dry and air out. Different causes of water damage require different restoration process and here at BCS, we pride ourselves in customizing cleaning to cater for your specific needs. If you need any help with floor restoration, give us a call and we will immediately dispatch a team to the site. The following are the steps involved when dealing with flood restoration;


Inspection is done in order to determine the cause of the leak. In the case of a flood, the cause is already known. This process is important to determine the extent to which damage has been done. It is also important to know how much water the team coming to dry it up will have to deal with. The type of equipment used will be determined after the inspection.

Damage assessment

Our team of experts will assess the extent of the damage to your home. Any safety concerns will be determined or ruled out at this stage.

Water removal and extraction. Our employees are well equipped with flood restoration training and will absolutely fix all damages caused by the water. Any damage found will be fixed immediately. Potential damage monitored will include;

• Any electrical and structural damage to determine whether or not it is safe to occupy the premises. An electrical inspection will rule out any potential cause of fire or injury through electrocution.
• Gas leaks will also be inspected to rule out any danger associated with gas.
• Removal of any animal, dangerous or not, from the premises. These include those that might have been swept into your house with the flood waters.
• The floor will also be inspected. Wooden floors that have been submerged in flood water for a while have most likely suffered extensive damage.

Water removal and drying

Our employees will then be given the procedure used to remove the flooded water depending on whether damages were found or not. Flood water is usually dirty and may have carried various foreign objects and organisms into your house. Any visible floating objects will be fished out before the water removal process begins.

We use-state-of-the-art machinery such as pumps and vacuums to ensure all the water is removed. The water will be removed promptly to reduce any further damage such as the growth of mold. Mold growth can begin as early as 48 hours after your floor got flooded and therefore, it is important to remove the water as soon as possible.
The house will then be dried out to remove all moisture that is still lurking. Our team will use specialized equipment to remove moisture from your carpets, rugs, building materials and any other moisture that is hard to access. Air scrubbers will also be used to remove humidity from the air in your building. They will carefully monitor the dehumidification progress using moisture meters until all the moisture has been removed.

Cleansing of location

Flood waters can leave your entire house damp and smelly. Our highly skilled staff will commence the prices of removing all the odor around your home. We only use industrial equipment to achieve maximum cleanliness. We use industrial dehumidifiers to remove all persistent moisture.

We will deep clean your premises and eliminate any dirt and persistent odors around. We might also throw in some antibacterial, antimicrobial and disinfectant treatment if we feel it is necessary. Mould and bacteria thrive in moist environments and therefore it is important to use the necessary cleansing agents to eradicate them if any exist.

Complete restoration

We will help you restore your house into its previous condition. We can return your dried up items such as carpets and couches. We can help restore your floor, walls, and ductwork if there was any damage to them.


Your flooded home can be salvaged. We are with modern equipment to leave your house like nothing ever happened to it. With a little time and effort, we can. For more information or assistance regarding how to restore your house to its pre-damage condition, contact us.