Flooded Bathroom & Bathtub Overflow Cleanup in Dallas/Fort Worth
Forgot to turn off the bathtub faucet and now you're dealing with a flooded bathroom? Regent Restoration offers 24/7 shower & bathtub overflow cleanup services.
An overflowing bathtub or shower can cause an extensive amount of water damage and can leak through surrounding ceilings, walls, and floors.
Using state-of-the-art equipment, our certified techs will quickly extract and dry the water in your bathroom.
If your bathroom is flooded, call us to remove the water and make it dry again!
Your Local Bathtub Overflow Cleanup Experts in Dallas/Fort Worth!
We're a full-service water damage cleanup & restoration company that serves the entire DFW area.
When your home or business has been critically damaged by an overflowing bathtub or shower, it is important to seek help immediately for trusted emergency water extraction. We guarantee we will respond to your situation within 45 minutes to provide the following services:
Our Flooded Bathroom Cleanup Services
Do you need overflow cleanup services? Give us a call at (214) 731-4624 for a FREE water damage quote. We have techs on-call 24 hours a day to cleanup the water and return your flooded bathroom back to normal.
How We Repair Water Damage From an Overflowing Bathtub or Shower
When your bathtub leaks or your shower drain gets clogged and overflows, it's important to call a water cleanup company immediately. If the water damage goes unchecked, it could lead to mold growth or if the bathroom is located on the upper floor the water will eventually leak through the ceiling.
We guarantee we'll respond to your flooded bathroom emergency within 45 minutes to begin the process of water removal, drying, and repairs.
Here's How We'll Remove the Water From Your Flooded Bathroom:
- Provide you with a completely free estimate & visual inspection.
- Using specialized equipment our techs will detect water damage in surrounding floors and walls.
- Extract water from tile, carpet, wood floors, and walls.
- Begin drying your bathroom using high-tech fans and dehumidifiers.
- Spray anti-microbial in areas where mold might grow.
- Return daily to measure moisture levels and ensure complete drying.
- Repair floors, drywall, and ceilings in your home to pre-loss condition.
- Help you file an insurance claim to get your loss covered with no expense to you.
Water from an overflow can cause a severe amount of damage. You may think sopping the mess up with towels may be enough, but it's the water that you don't see that causes most of the problems. Water can seep underneath flooring and into walls.
When it does this it can deteriorate drywall, cause mold growth, and if your bathroom is on an upper level of the home it can weaken support joists and leak through the ceiling.
As a water damage restoration company, our job is to make it look like the shower or bathtub overflow never happened. Our team will work quickly to remove and dry the water and get your bathroom back to a cleaner condition.
Call us now at (214) 731-4624 to take advantage of our free estimate and inspection.
Clogged Drain Overflow
A lot of muck, such as hair, soap, and other materials, accumulate over time and can clog your shower or bathtub drain. Whenever this happens this causes the water to stand around your ankles, or even flow over and spread onto your bathroom floors. If not addressed immediately, these clogs and can get worse over time and cause some serious water damage.
When we arrive, we'll remove any water caused by an overflow, and use specialized vacuums and fans to extract water from surrounding walls and floors.
Sink overflows typically happen when someone forgets to turn the faucet off or when a pipe is clogged. Sink pipes are also susceptible to buildup due to a number of materials that go into the pipes when we're using them, such as soap and hair.
If a sink is overflowing with water in your home, we'll shut off the supply line, remove the water, dry your bathroom, and repair any damaged cabinetry, walls, or flooring.
Burst Plumbing Pipe
Many pipes are located in your bathroom and these plumbing fixtures in your home are susceptible to bursting or leaking, due to age or misuse. If a burst pipe in your bathroom is flooding your home, we'll determine where the malfunctioning pipe is, contain the water damage, and immediately begin the water extraction process.
Toilet Overflow & Sewage Cleanup
Toilet overflows happen when there's a clog in the plumbing or in the sewer line. Toilet overflows and sewage backups should never be handled on your own. Sewage water contains harmful bacteria, which can cause serious illness. Our certified restoration professionals have the proper safety equipment and training to remove any biohazards materials from your home.
We're Who To Call When Your Bathtub Overflows
We're one of the leading water overflow cleanup companies in Dallas/Fort Worth— and there's a reason for that.
- FREE Water Damage Estimates
- FREE Visual Inspections
- Open 24/7, 365
- A+ BBB Rated Water Damage Restoration Company
- Warranty on all Work
- IICRC Certified Water Cleanup Team
Your bathroom is an important investment and a necessary part of your home. If you're suffering from water damage and you're looking for a company you can trust to keep your bathroom functioning and restored back to normal, choose Regent Restoration.
Is Water Damage From a Sink, Shower, or Bathtub Overflow Covered By Insurance?
A bathroom flood can be a nerve-wracking situation, but don't wait to deal with water damage because you're afraid of costs.
Most homeowner insurance policies cover water damage costs from a sink, shower, or bathtub overflow. These kinds of incidents are considered "sudden and accidental", instead of "wear and tear", which are not covered by insurance.
However, if you delay dealing with water damage, it may put your claim at risk of being denied because insurance companies might view this as negligence.
As a water restoration company in Dallas/Fort Worth, we're experts when it comes to dealing with insurance companies. We'll directly bill your insurance company for free and document evidence of water damages. We'll also work side-by-side with the adjuster to get you the best coverage for your water damage.
Bathtub Overflowed? Here's What to Do.
Here's a common scenario: you were enjoying a nice bath, accidentally left the water on, and returned home to find your house flooded.
We get a lot of phone calls from panicked customers wondering what to do after a bathtub overflow. The important thing is to remain calm and follow these steps to protect your home:
Shut Off the Water
Shut off the tap if you accidentally left it on. You can also shutoff the water valves on your sink, toilet, or shower. If the water is still overflowing shutoff the main water supply line to your house. Here's a video that explains how to shut off the main, or you can call an emergency plumber who will walk you through it over the phone.
Avoid Shock and Don't Use Electrical Appliances
If an overflow caused your home or bathroom to flood, don't use any electrical outlets. This may cause electric shock, as water may have found it's way into the circuitry.
Do Some Damage Control
Before we arrive, try to do some damage control and soak up some of the water. Use towels, mops, and buckets to try to remove as much water as possible.
Showers and bathtubs are not only an important investment, but the place in your home where you can relax. We can return your bathroom nightmare back to normal. Using specialized water detection equipment, such as infrared cameras and moisture meters, we can guarantee that every drop of water is extracted from the surface, sub-flooring, walls, and ceilings.