Water Loss with Full Reconstruction and Remodel

This beautiful home suffered a huge water loss from a burst rubber water supply hose running to a washing machine located on the home’s top floor. Unfortunately water damage is a common occurrence from rubber hoses that become brittle, so we strongly advise homeowners to replace rubber hoses with quality braided steel water lines.
The following images show the initial day of water damage restoration service.
 
This water damaged home required an almost total gut out so the homeowners ...

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We are a Critical Restoration Service Provider to Flooded Corolla Homes

Corolla, located on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, built up quickly as the last remaining open land saw a surge of home buyers wanting to purchase their portion of ‘paradise’. Unfortunately, with the hastiness to develop rapidly, Currituck County did not have ample time to consider the land topography in the plotting of subdivisions. Drainage issues quickly became critical to Corolla homeowners. Water from heavy rains, tropical storms and Hurricanes would quickly inundate the homes with several feet of ...

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Mold Remediation and restoration of an Outer Banks home with an undetected water leak

This home, closed for the winter season, had an undetected water leak. Fortunately the leak only went on for about a month, because it could have been a lot worse. Our mold remediation technicians specialize in this kind of property damage and can quickly restore a home back to its pre-loss condition and available for the next occupant. This remediation and restoration took approximately 1 month.

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Bluewater Restoration™ did a complete tear out remodeling for a customer whose home was flooded multiple times.

Our remodel not only brought the space up to the building code, but we installed newer, mold resistant materials, hence the blue color wall board which is mold resistant, unlike regular drywall. Another significant feature is the colored pvc wainscoting below, which is another alternative use of building materials to help with any possible future mold growth since mold cannot feed on plastic. The insulation used was fiberglass duct board which also does not hold water and thus cannot support ...

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