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Guaranteed 90 min. Arrival
|Mission||To provide our customers the utmost in quality workmanship and service with speed, reliability, and efficiency.|
WHEN DISASTER STRIKES, you need qualified professionals to respond quickly and work efficiently to mitigate damage to your property. Water damage, if left untreated, can lead to mold growth, wet/dry rot, and a number of other greater and more expensive problems.
Every single DryTime technician completes rigorous training and testing through the IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning & Restoration Certification) to receive, and maintain, their own independent certifications in both Water Damage Restoration and Applied Structural Drying.
DryTime's experienced technicians offer you peace of mind as they take the lead on the restoration of your home. From evaluating the scope of damage, to certifying your home dry and free of mold and rot, to restoring your home to pre-loss condition, you can count on DryTime to care for your home as we would our own.
NAVIGATING INSURANCE CLAIMS can be one of the most frustrating and stressful parts of the restoration process. DryTime represents you to your insurance provider from start to finish, utilizing estimating software standardized among all major insurance companies to ensure you are reimbursed properly for your loss, with no cut corners.
We stay in close communication with you and your adjuster, updating you both at each step to secure insurance approval and coverage for all processes and repairs, and to eliminate any unnecessary delays.
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS
1. Call us at (844) MY-DRY-HOME (844-693-7946). A trained team member will take down your information and put you directly in contact with the technician that will be coming to your home.
2. Upon arrival, your technician will determine the scope of damage, and what immediate repairs are required to stop any active sources of water damage.
3.Your technician will create and communicate a customized drying plan for your loss, and walk you through the process of opening a claim with your insurance provider.
4. Any necessary demolition, anti-microbial washing, and debr
|Founded||January 1, 2017|