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Water Damage/Remediation


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Prices will vary depending on the space, size, level of damage, and so forth. Fill out as much information as you can and we’ll get back to you with a free estimate! We’ll also need to come by and see the space so please let us know a few good dates and times that work for an on-site consultation.


Water, although one of the most precious resources to man, can also be one of the most terrifying natural disasters, causing much costly damage to your most prized possessions. Types of water damage besides natural disaster can include plumbing failures, constructive defects, damage from freezing, improper maintenance etc.

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When a water loss occurs, the most critical factor in defining the amount of damage done is the amount of time the structure remains abnormally wet. The most important course of action in restorative drying is to respond quickly.

The goal of the restoration process is to transform an abnormally wet damaged area into an environment equal or better appearance and cleanliness than before the damage occurred. Coastal Carpet will begin this process by identifying all affected materials. Water must be tracked from its main source followed in every direction to estimate the accurate area of the water damage.


Coastal will bill your insurance company directly saving you the time and trouble since you have already been through enough. If you do not plan on filing an insurance claim no need to worry, our rates are better then some of the most competitive. We take pride in making life as easy as possible for our clients in these tough situations.

Contact Us 24/7 for your emergency water extraction

Call us 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.

The first 48 hours are essential.


The sooner a Restoration Specialist arrives to get the drying process started, the better. Waiting can increase the risk of lasting damage to structures, as well as the risk of mold growth.


*If the water is coming from an inside source, such as a toilet or sink, find the shut-off valve and turn it off immediately!

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