Frequently Asked Questions

How do professionals handle water damage restoration?

Our qualified technicians begin by coconducting a thorough property inspection to assess the extent of the water damage, then formulate a customized restoration plan for you. We use various commercial or industrial tools and pumps to extract water effectively. Irreparable materials will be removed and properly disposed of. Best Option Restoration uses specialized thermal technology that makes the drying out process up to 10X faster than traditional methods, which helps mitiagate mold development and gets you back to normal that much quicker.  Finally, we perform comprehensive cleaning and deodorization of the affected area.

How long will it take Best Option Restoration of Boulder to get to my property in a rural area?

Generally, Best Option Restoration of Boulder strives to be on-site within 1-2 hours within a 50 mile radius of Boulder. However, this may vary due to circumstances outside of our control such as traffic conditions, weather/road conditions, accessibility constraints, government regulations, and the severity of the damage. Best Option Restoration of Boulder has established partnerships with local companies and law enforcement which can help facilitate access to blocked areas, as needed.

Which belongings are advised to be kept during the restoration process?

It is recommended to retain essential items such as cash, medications, valuable jewelry, checkbooks, personal documents, valuable paintings, and pets. However, it is necessary to remove flammables, weapons/ammunition, gasoline cans, and stamp/coin collections from the premises during the restoration process.

How do I know if I have mold?

Here are some tell-tale signs of mold growth in your home or business:

  • Heavy condensation on windows, especially during winter months
  • You can actually see the mold. Places to check include your attic, basement or crawl space, around window sills and door frames, underneath sinks, bathtubs/showers
  • You have a leaky pipe or pipes. Even a very small leak or slow drip can cause mold problems to occur
  • Dark/brownish stains on walls from water seeping through
  • You smell a musty or mildewy smell, especially in older homes and dark basements or crawl spaces
  • Paint on your ceiling or walls is bubbled up or starting to peel away
  • You start to notice your coffee or tea tastes off
  • You develop health issues like wheezing, coughing and lethargy that clear up when you are away from home/work.
  • 24/7 Emergency Services
  • Arrive quickly to any size disaster
  • Certified IICRC & IRI Technicians
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