Flooded Basements in Albuquerque, NM

Flooded Basement Cleanup

Although discovering a flooded basement is stressful, the cleanup and restoration doesn’t have to be. From water removal to repairs, our Albuquerque water emergency response team is available 24/7 to help restore your basement as quickly as possible.

Flooded Basements

Between seasonal rain storms, flash floods, and broken water heaters, basement flooding can be a common occurrence in Albuquerque. Water can damage your personal belongings and flooring within minutes, but our team works to reverse this and restore your property.

To reduce and reverse the damage caused by a basement flood, it’s important to contact a water removal professional as soon as you discover the water. Our team arrives swiftly, and oftentimes we can help salvage treasured items, stop further damage, and save you the headache of costly repairs or mold removal.

Tip: If your basement has been flooded for over 48 hours, contact our Albuquerque team immediately as the risk of mold is incredibly high.

Basement Flooding and water removal in Albuquerque, NM by Water Extraction Experts

24/7 Emergency Service

Since our team is based in Albuquerque, NM, we arrive within the hour (or sooner) to begin cleaning up your basement flood. Call us no matter the time or day—we understand how stressful water damage can be. Which is why we offer a free assessment for water or mold damage, and help with insurance claims assistance.

Water Extraction and Structural Drying

To remove all water and moisture from your flooded basement, we use speciality removal equipment and industrial-strength drying fans. Depending on the severity of your water damage, the water extraction process usually takes a few hours.

However, we also want to make sure all moisture is removed from your floor, framing, and walls to prevent mold growth. The drying process can be from 2-20 days, but it is an essential step to reduce damage and health risks down the line.

Broken Water Heater Flooding

Water heaters are often referred to as ticking time-bombs due to their explosive ability. However, many business and homeowners experience water damage from burst pipes and valve leaks instead of actual explosions. Whether caused by sediment build-up or a blocked valve, water heater flooding can be destructive to your home.

If your water heater is on an upper floor and a leak occurs, water can flood down through your ceiling—causing a dangerous collapse. For basement water heaters, a leak or burst valve will likely flood the room in a matter of minutes.

Whatever the cause or area affected, we react swiftly to water heater flooding to minimize your risk of explosion and damage. As we work to extract water, we can call upon our network of professionals in Albuquerque to repair or replace your water heater.

Flooded Basement water removal in Albuquerque, NM

Busted Water Heater

As mentioned above, water heater bursts can be incredibly damaging. When you experience a busted water heater issue, it’s important to put yours and your family’s safety first. If your basement has excessive standing water, let us take the risk and remove the water before working on repairs. For many basement flooding projects, there is danger of electrocution, contaminated water, and floating debris. Our team at Water Extraction Experts has the gear and equipment to safely handle the situation.

Mythbusters – Water Heater Explosion courtesy of Discovery.

Busted Pipes

Pipe bursts in basements are a common cause of water damage, especially during the winter months. While busted pipes are easier to notice, small pipe leaks can cause extensive damage over days and weeks before being noticed. If you see a water spot or part of your ceiling collapses, call our Albuquerque team for a free assessment. Not only will we stop the leak and help repair the damage, we’ll check for mold and make sure all moisture is removed.

Sewer Backup

No home or property owners enjoys dealing with water damage from a sewer backup. Since this water can be contaminated, it’s even more difficult to cleanup than white or gray water. Our team has years of experience with large-scale sewer backups, and we work rapidly to remove all water and disinfect affected areas. Sewer backup flooding usually requires more extensive repairs because of the water classification, but we can assist you in coordinating painters, drywallers, flooring experts, and more to fix your home.

Restore Your Flooded Basement Today

Whether your basement has recently experienced water damage or it’s been a reoccurring issue, contact our team for a free assessment and estimate. We’ll arrive within the hour to remove water, begin drying, and make a plan for restoration.

We service the following location and surrounding area:

Albuquerque, New Mexico, call us at 505-250-6500.