What do you do when you have water damage in your home?

If the inside of your home has water damage, it can be hard to know the right things to do first. The first thing needed is to stop the flow of water causing the damage.

Once the water has been stopped, and safety has been ensured, is time to call a water remediation company. It's important that the water is extracted and the area dried to limit the occurrence of mold in your home.


For Your Home or Business

Whether you have fire, water, flood, smoke, mold or any other property damage caused by manmade or natural disasters, we can mobilize and complete the restoration process getting your family or business back on your feet as quickly as possible.

Our highly trained technicians are ready to respond immediately to flood or water damage at your Puget Sound property. We have the experience, expertise, and training to restore your home or business quickly and properly. We use advanced inspection and extraction equipment to find the water and remove it as quickly as possible. Our technicians will monitor and document the drying process to ensure your property is back to normal.

What do we do when your property has water damage ?

Here at Go To Go Restoration, we are usually the first responders following significant damage to a home from floods and fires, water damage, sewage backup and other major events. Our job is to clean up the mess and to preserve and protect the home and its contents so that further damage will not occur.

How long does it take to dry out water damage?

Dry out can depend on the extent of the damage and saturation of your property, and how long it has been exposed to water. It usually takes from 2 to 3 days to dry an average home but if property has been exposed for an extended period of time, it could take as long as 5 days.

What Does Water Damage Restoration Cost?

The amount of water present will directly affect your water damage restoration cost. There are many variables to consider. Contact Good To Go Restoration today, and get an idea of how much your restoration will cost.