Our IICRC Certified Water Restoration technicians are standing by for your water or mold emergency. EcoClean stands apart from the competition by offering high tech solutions to water intrusions. We use state of the art thermal imaging technology to identify and pin point possible sources of mold activity. Don't delay, call today and speak with a water restoration expert over the phone at no cost. Untreated water losses will quickly turn into a mold remediation job. We work with your insurance to provide all of our services to you free of cost whenever possible.

Check out some of our high tech tool's we use to ensure proper drying and prevent hazardous mold growth

Our state of the art psychrometers allow us to determine proper equipment required for each job by calculating air temperature and humidity level

Our state of the art psychrometers allow us to determine the proper amount of equipment required for each job by calculating air temperature and humidity levels

Thermal Imaging Cameras allow us to identify possible mold growth areas that other companies miss

Thermal Imaging Cameras allow us to identify possible mold growth areas that other companies miss

Our highly precise moisture meters insure all materials are dried completely before we leave

Our main concern on any water loss is getting everything dried out as soon as possible to prevent mold growth which can start in as little as 36 hours. We handle all size jobs from small issues in your basement to large apartment complexes, churches and schools. Our expert technicians will make sure to treat you right and provide the level of service you can expect from such a large, well established and reputable local company such as ours.

Call now for a free phone consultation. We can answer any of your questions and help guide you through the insurance rebuild process. Some jobs can be completed from beginning to end in under one week.

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Why Choose EcoClean?

Fast Response Times

Experienced Team Members

Great Customer Service

Top Rated Local Company

All Insurance Accepted and Self Pay

Our all-in-one devices allow us to scan the room with thermal imaging and then pin point the exact moisture levels without having to switch tools. It even captures temperature and humidity levels of the air!

We have a large selection of powerful drying equipment to insure we always have the right equipment for the job! We use only LGR dehumidifiers in order to get the humidity level down to 0%. Conventional dehumidifiers are unable of going past 40%

We have a large selection of drying equipment to insure we always have the right equipment for the job!

Hammer Probes allow us to check the moisture level deep inside of materials. Just because something is dry on the surface doesn't mean it isn't wet inside! Don't let your homes foundation rot away, call us today!

Our team of professionals is standing by for all your needs

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Do you accept our insurance company?

Yes! We accept all home insurance companies

 

Will my water loss be covered by insurance?

Maybe. It depends on your coverage and what caused the loss. If the loss occurred upstairs in the main area of your home then chances are very good that it will be covered up to the full limit of your policy. If the loss occurred in your basement it gets more tricky. a lot of losses in the basement are not covered and it is advised that you speak with your agent directly about coverage. Often times with sewage back up's they are not covered unless you have a specific sewer back up rider on your policy and even in that case the coverage limit is usually $10,000

 

What do I do if insurance won't cover the loss?

Unfortunately the only option is to dry anything that got wet before mold starts to form. Ignoring or putting off the water damage will only lead to mold growth which will impact your families health and make the home completely unsellable. A bank will not allow someone to get a mortgage on a mold infested home.

 

I'm unsure about which company to choose, should I just wait and think about it?

Unfortunately time is not on your side in this case. Intentionally delaying the mitigation process is considered negligence of due diligence by your insurance company and can be grounds for them to deny your claim outright. Your homeowners policy and mortgage typically state that it is in your due diligence to have any water loss in the home handled by professionals as soon as you notice it.

 

What if insurance won't cover the work after you have already started?

If this happens we promise to work something out with you to minimize your out of pocket cost but we will do everything in our power to work with the insurance company for full coverage. We have never had a customer pay out of pocket so far on any claims insurance has initially approved.