Let’s face it, we never see it coming. It can be from a broken pipe, a crazy storm or an overflowing sink, toilet or bathtub. Either way it doesn’t take much time for water to flood and damage your home. If a flood inside your home or business does happen, you’ll need to take immediate action to fix the problem.
Dr. Quick Dry is San Diego county’s emergency flood service expert. Our technicians will arrive at your home equipped with state of the art water extraction and drying equipment. We will do everything possible to remove the water immediately before mold and mildew sets in.
Once your home or business has suffered water damage, immediate action is necessary to begin the water removal and restoration process. We understand the importance of quick action in these situations, so please reach out and speak to us so we can help right away.
Dr. Quick Dry has helped over 100,000 customers and serves a large area including San Diego, Oceanside, Temecula, San Marcos, and Murrieta. Our experienced technicians will assess the damage to your property, then provide you with options for the best course of action to get your home back to normal as quickly as possible.
For a sewage-damaged property, the safety of our customers is our #1 priority. With over 100,000 customers served, our expert technicians are fully equipped to help quickly handle sewage clean-up jobs in residential and commercial properties. Our sewage cleanup services include:
- Sewage clean up from plumbing issues like broken pipes
- Sewage mitigation from sewer, toilets, or drain backups
- Sewage or water clean up from extreme weather conditions
If mold has invaded your home or business, it is important to act quickly and methodically. Mold poses health issues such as a stuffy nose, wheezing, itchy eyes, fever, and shortness of breath. For people with allergies or asthma, mold can cause much more extreme reactions.
Acting quickly is important to help ensure the mold doesn’t continue to spread throughout your home or business. Our technicians are trained to contain the problem and to prevent cross-contamination while mold remediation is being carried out.