complete Water Damage Restoration and Repair Services in Naples & nearby cities in Collier County, fl

When you experience an emergency such as water damage in Naples, Florida, the most important thing is to act quickly, which is why you need to contact Naples Water Damage Services as soon as possible.

We offer many services, including residential and commercial water damage cleanup and repair. Our years of experience and trained team members can help you get back to normal as quickly as possible from any type of damage or loss due to flooding, leaks, or other sources.

Within 48-Hours After Water Damage, Mold Begins To Grow

Mold is a severe problem in homes affected by water damage. If you breathe mold spores, they can cause allergic reactions or lung infections. Mold can cause many other health problems, such as nasal stuffiness, skin irritation, and rashes.

In addition, exposure to these spores may occur while cleaning up the water damage if you do not take precautions to prevent this. This is why we use commercial sanitizers and air purifiers to ensure that your home is safe to return to once we are done cleaning.

Naples Commercial Water Damage & Large-Loss Experts

Commercial water damage is different than residential water damage. Commercial structures tend to be more complex, with more rooms and components. For example:

  • A restaurant may have large vats or pots that spill their contents if they’re not adequately secured during an earthquake or other natural disaster
  • A commercial building will have a fire suppression system installed that, if it ruptures while no one is there, this could cause flooding.
  • A commercial building could also be equipped with a boiler or chiller system. If a line ruptures, this could also cause significant flooding.
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Water Damage Cleanup Process (6 Phases)

During your water damage cleanup process, you’ll go through six phases:

Phase 1: Emergency Response

We have 24/7/365 emergency service available and will ensure that you’re home is taken care of as soon as possible.

Phase 2: Next will be arrival and inspection

Upon arriving at your property, we will get the source of the water leak stopped quickly to prevent further water damage. Once that is done, we will inspect your property and determine what type of water it is (Black, Gray, or Clean) to decide how well-protected our workers will need to be before beginning the cleanup process.

Phase 3: Water removal is next

This is where we fire up our pumps, mats, and vacuums and suck all the water out of your home.

Phase 4: Dehumidifying will be the next phasE.

e will begin to run our industrial dehumidifiers to ensure that we pull all of the excess moisture out of your property. Even if something seems dry, there will still be a lot of humidity n the air and moisture hiding in unseen places that a dehumidifier will help eliminate.


This will be where we pull all of our large equipment out of your home, making room to start the cleaning process and get one step closer to making your home live-able again.

Phase 6: Cleaning, the last step.

We’ll clean all affected areas and the applicable contents of your home or business. This may include carpets, walls, furniture, electronics, and more. Once everything has been cleaned and sanitized, you will be able to return to your normal life.

What Is The Timeline For Water Damage Restoration?

The timeline for water damage is as follows:

  • After the first few minutes of water damage, you may notice discoloration on your floors and walls, and any paperwork that has gotten wet may be ruined.
  • Within hours, you may have the beginnings of significant mold growth, drywall will begin deteriorating, and furniture may become ruined.
  • After one or more days, most of your personal belongings will be irreversibly damaged by the water, and mold growth will be substantial.
  • After a week or two, even non-perishable food items can become unsafe to consume due to high moisture content in the air and container packaging materials that were not appropriately waterproofed before use. At this point, it will be dangerous to enter the area without protective equipment.
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What Equipment Does CAT 3 Recovery Use To Restore Properties From Water Damage?

We are confident that we are equipped with the proper equipment to repair your water damage.

Our team is prepared to handle any water damage situation.

  • Our commercial dehumidifier can dry an average-sized home in 24 hours, while our high-powered suction mats will suck up everything from wet carpet to standing water in your basement.
  • Our heavy-duty deodorizers and air cleaners help clean out odors and mold spores that linger after a flood, while hygrometers and moisture meters are used to gauge how much moisture is still in your home or office building.
  • We also offer industrial-strength vacuums for deep cleaning carpets and rugs that have been soaked by flooding. To address structural concerns related to damaged floors, we use industrial-strength vacuums equipped with powerful suction capabilities like power-heads or rotary brushes capable of removing even stubborn stains without damaging floors beneath them (e.g., tile).
  • Finally, when it comes time for the drying process itself, we have electric and gas-powered pumps ranging from 500 gallons per hour up to 20 thousand gallons per hour depending on what needs doing most efficiently at any given time; these pumps can remove water quickly enough not only for short term cleanup but even longer-term remediation efforts such as those necessary after natural disasters like hurricanes. We also have portable dehumidifiers, which can be used alongside the pumps to help reduce moisture levels in all the spaces we are working on.

Does Naples Water Damage Services accept our insurance?

Of course! We are always happy to work with your insurance company, and we’ll ensure they know you’re using one of the most valued names in the business. Your home is important to us, so we’ll do everything we can to get it back the way it was as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Unfortunately, some policies don’t cover water damage at all. However, many types of coverage do include this type of damage—it just depends on your policy details and how much coverage you have chosen for yourself or purchased during open enrollment periods with your provider (if any). It’s always a wise decision to check with your insurer before making big decisions like hiring contractors; this way, when something like this happens at home, hopefully, everything goes smoothly without any surprises along the way!


You should never leave a water damage situation unchecked. If you want to learn more about our Naples water damage services, don’t hesitate to contact us. We are always happy to talk to our customers and answer your questions. We look forward to hearing from you!