The most important thing that has to happen when you have water damage at your home is that we need to dry up the water as soon as possible. This will help prevent any more damage to your property’s structure and your personal belongings. It will also prevent microbial growth which can begin to develop within 24-48 hours. We use top of the line equipment for our industry such as air movers, air scrubbers and dehumidifiers. They allow us to continuously dry out your property as they will stay on during the entire dry out process. Call our office today at 623-244-6757 if you have an questions about our water damage restoration services or need to set up an appointment. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can typically have a technician out to your home within an hour.

As desert dwellers living in Buckeye it’s important to promote responsible use of water. Up to 70% off your home’s water use is outdoors, but you can save water indoors as well. The bathroom toilet is responsible for about 30% of indoor water use, while washing machines and showers also have high potential for saving water. Once of the best ways to save money and reduce your water use is by replacing high water using faucets, showers, toilets, washing machines, and dish washers. Many new generation fixtures and appliances more than pay for themselves over the life of the product. Look for products that carry the EPA WaterSense label. This is a third party testing and certification program that only approves products that demonstrate both water  efficiency and high performance. About half your home’s energy is used to cool your home in the summer. Water heating and pool pumps also use a substantial amount of energy. Increase your thermostat setting above 80 degrees in the summer to save 2-3% on home cooling costs. Also, replace old, inefficient appliances with products that have been certified by the EPA EnergyStar program.