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Water Damage

“At Vertical 1 Services, our crew has more than a decade of professional experience dealing with all types of residential water damage."


Water Damage Restoration

Water damage is one of the most common but rather unfortunate occurrences that take place in Texas. Beginning the water damage restoration process must be prompt in order to minimize the harm to your property and the structure of your home or building. Clearing away any standing water is the first and most immediate matter that must be dealt with. For this reason, calling a water damage restoration expert with the appropriate equipment and skills to clear puddles and soak up any excess is the best route to take.

While we understand that the damage caused by water is not near as catastrophic and devastating as damage caused by fire, these situations have 

their own set of concerns that might only be visible over time. Water normally oxidizes certain materials or objects in the house when it interacts with them. This might be a slow process but the damage can lead to other dangerous scenarios that might leave behind their own share of lasting damages.

Our Process

  • As soon as you call, our team of water damage restoration specialists rush to your location to inspect the issue.

  • Once an evaluation has been completed, the affected area will be secured to minimize the damage.

  • Our immediate attention is focused on getting rid of any excess water still standing in puddles. 

  • We then separate all the items that are heavily damaged from those that are partially damaged and begin the drying process.

  • Using our special equipment and machinery that we bring into the affected area, we thoroughly air out the space, clean any damaged appliances, and properly sanitize the area.

  • Once the cleaning is done, we start the restoration process. Using state-of-the-art equipment, we restore the moisture-content as well as the humidity of your house back to its original state.


Water damage
in the home


  • Construction


  • Home Improvement


  • Commercial/residential

Many risks come with the neglect of standing water in a house. Not only is an environment created that allows mold and viruses to thrive, but it takes away a number of possessions from you and your loved ones. There are a number of things that can arise from this issue. Stomach problems, dizziness, wheezing, coughing, and many more symptoms could be signs that bacterias, gasses, molds or possibly chemicals are a result of the moisture. 


Damage from flooding happens exceptionally quickly. It doesn’t take long for water to make its way through the floor and walls. Within a few hours, the drywall could begin to crack and metal could begin to tarnish. If this water is originating from a sewage line, it is incredibly crucial to take extra precautions and consider anything afflicted by it a biohazard.

Major Causes of Flooding in the Home

Damage caused by flooding can originate from a number of different sources. On top of weather conditions that cause flooding, things like broken dish ware hoses, overflow from the washing machine, leakage from the dishwasher, broken or leaking pipelines, and clogged or backed up toilets are some of the biggest reasons water damage occurs. It can be quite the surprise to find out just how much damage a leaky pipe or bad drainage can cause. It only takes a few minutes for running water to collect and compromise the structure of a building or home. 


Some other culprits of water damage in the home include congested rain gutters and cracks in the foundation. When your home is standing on a damaged foundation, water has an all access pass. It’s probably not something you think about too often, but it is important to consider the areas of your home susceptible to water entry and flooding. If your gutters are clogged, it can worsen the situation. Gutters are intended to deter water from infiltrating a building. When they aren’t properly maintained, the damage they can add is insurmountable.  

Stay prepared

We understand that life happens and unexpected circumstances inevitably arise. These kinds of situations can happen to anyone at any time, and the destruction left behind by a water-related catastrophe can be costly and majorly devastating.


While in some instances, the unpredictable takes the win, others can be prevented by taking certain precautions. Of course, the best way to avoid problems and stop complications before they occur is by regularly inspecting pipe fittings, hose connections, and other appliances that operate using water. However, if you ever find yourself in this slippery situation, we will be at the site immediately to help stop damage as early as possible. Delayed or unprofessional repairs can exacerbate the problem over time. Mold can develop, wood will rot, appliances will rust, and plywood delaminate. All of these things affect function, appearance, and safety.

Possibility of mold growth

Where there is moisture, mold will grow. This simple fact is impossible for anyone to avoid. It doesn’t matter where it is or what it’s on, mold is going to thrive within hours in damp environments unless wetness is swiftly and thoroughly dried away. Because of this, we urge you to take prompt action in situations where flooding is possible or unavoidable. Your best shot at minimizing any harm is by calling a water damage restoration contractor immediately. When you get ahead of the game, it’s easy to employ proper drying practices to stunt the probability of mold.

Amarillo Restoration for Water Damage

The most important thing to do when you experience flooding or leakage in your home is to address the issue instantly. Prolonging the drying process will weaken your chances of saving imperative structures in your home and increase your chances of growing mold that can be extremely harmful to your health. In simpler terms water damage restoration helps to mitigate and minimize the effect of a flood or leak. Since water has a greater potential to become hazardous after sitting for long periods, it is detrimental to the health of residents to swiftly call a restoration pro.

Before and After

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