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Ventura County Professional Disaster Reconstruction
We’re ready for Ventura County’s flood, fire, and mudslide disaster reconstruction needs no matter how overwhelming they may seem. More than an ordinary building contractor, our disaster restoration team includes technicians certified in a range of water and fire damage restoration specialties. Whether for home or business we’ll soon have you back on your feet with exceptional cleanup, repair, and reconstruction services.
Disaster Reconstruction Specialists
We’re disaster restoration experts, from cleanup and salvage on up to demolition and reconstruction. As a restoration contractor we can go beyond repairs to full reconstruction of heavily damaged areas of the building for complete disaster recovery. That includes the following so you’re literally covered top to bottom.
We Work With Your Insurance Company & File The Paperwork For You!
Ventura County’s Local Disaster Reconstruction Company. Call (805) 210-8455
Why JW Home Care Restoration?
Independently owned and operated, we’re a Southern California general contractor — licensed, insured, and bonded. Specializing in damage restoration services our technicians are fully trained and certified in fire damage repair, water damage repair, mold remediation, and anti-microbial remediation. Our disaster recovery team will take care of the building as well as its contents with multi-step procedures and detailed checklists.
To save time and money, and to rescue as much as possible, our priorities are mitigation and restoration. To make a difficult time a bit more bearable we’ll work directly with your insurance company, providing complete documentation and filing the paperwork. And you’ll always be able to reach us, 24/7/365.
Our Disaster Restoration Services
Mudslide and Water Damage
Heavy rains often lead to a need for water damage repairs, especially after wildfires expose unstable hillsides. Rushing water together with mud and debris typically cause more physical damage than rising floodwaters, including destroying plumbing and wiring.
Even when the scene is a total mess, there’s more to mud than meets the eye. By IICRC standards and guidelines mud as well as any water that’s been in contact with the ground is in the highest bio hazard category, filled with disease-causing bacteria, viruses, and fungi. So our water damage restoration follows removal and cleaning with extensive disinfection, with proper health precautions maintained all along the way.
Likewise proper water restoration involves far more than surface drying. It’s necessary to quickly dry soaked cabinets and remove all excess moisture from inside walls and deep within the structure. That minimizes progressive damage, reducing the need for demolition and reconstruction. But even with aggressive structural dry out our mold remediation services are often necessary after extensive flooding.
Start to finish, our mudslide cleanup and water restoration process may include any of the following.
Our certified fire damage restoration technicians can begin as soon as Ventura County fire officials release the scene. After securing the building we’ll take immediate steps to minimize further deterioration. That includes building dry out from firefighting water to minimize the need for mold removal and other water damage repairs.
Soot and smoke damage can extend far from the blaze itself. Indeed, you may need our smoke odor removal services even if your home or business was spared direct damage by wildfire. Damage such as staining and corrosion can begin in just a few hours and become irreversible within a few days. The same goes for odorous compounds. Our fire restoration processes include specialist smoke removal cleaning for building surfaces, fixtures, furniture, and possessions together with building-wide permanent odor removal.
After those initial mitigation measures we can proceed with fire damage repairs, and demolition and reconstruction of heavily damaged areas.
Overall, our fire restoration process can include any or all of the following.
- tarp over, board up, and structural reinforcement
- debris removal
- emergency repairs and cleaning
- water removal and structural drying
- smoke removal, fire odor removal
- demolition and reconstruction
Stay Prepared, Ventura County
It’s a vicious cycle. Fires expose hillsides so that seasonal heavy rains lead to mudslides. And those rains lead to brush growth for the next wildfire season. Deadly mudslides in Southern California are rare, but justifiably make the headlines. Even so, it’s important to stay prepared for more common events as well. As noted by USA.com, Ventura County experienced 937 extreme weather events during the years 1950 through 2010 (http://www.usa.com/ventura-county-ca-natural-disasters-extremes.htm). That includes on average some 5 flood, 2 high wind, and 1-2 wildfire incidents per year.