Our 24/7 emergency response and cleanup services include sewer backup and flood cleanup, smoke, soot and fire damage cleanup, total cleaning, deodorizing, dehumidifying and drying, cleaning, and restoration of building and contents.
With 45 years of experiences under our belts, Lydale Property Restoration guarantees efficient and effective emergency property clean up when disaster strikes your home or business. Once you contact us after a disaster, our highly trained professionals arrive promptly and begin cleaning, salvaging, repairing, and restoring your property from the inside out so you can get back to your normal life as quickly as possible.
An emergency situation can be a bigger or more dangerous mess than you think. That is why our technicians have all the necessary training and certifications to handle emergency property damage restoration services safely. Our skilled team of professionals has the skills to deal with electrical dangers, fire mishaps, floating debris, and other hazards. We carry state-of-the-art tools and equipment to mitigate emergency damage immediately and cautiously.
When it comes to emergency property clean up, flood and water damage are in a league of their own. Our flood damage repair & restoration professionals will inspect and remediate any water damage (flooding, appliance leaks, plumbing, and more.) We understand that effective water damage mitigation and fast action are the most critical parts of recovery from water damage to prevent long lasting damage, and the growth of bacteria and mould.
Lydale Property Restoration is a trusted flood damage repair & restoration company you can rely on whenever you face such emergencies. Our primary goal is to take immediate action to mitigate flood and water damage to prevent further issues from escalating. We have a team of IICRC Technicians with various credentials, including WRT (Water Damage Restoration Technicians) that use the latest technologies to ensure quality assurance in our flood and water damage restoration services.
The destruction left behind from a fire is devastating. The damage caused by burning, soot, smoke, and the by-products can be extensive and often reaches areas the flames themselves didn’t. Following a fire, the first 24-48 hours are critical to recovery efforts. Smoke and soot damage can accelerate the corrosion of building components and deteriorate vital assets. Fire extinguishing products and toxic smoke odours often add to the overall fire damage, and water used to extinguish fire also heightens the extent of damage and impacts restoration efforts.
At Lydale Property Restoration, we understand the challenges of dealing with the effects of a fire in a home or a business. Our team provides guidance and innovative techniques throughout the fire damage restoration process. Whether you have minimal or severe damage from fire, our team is adequately equipped to restore your property with minimal disruption to your life.
Asbestos and mould can be very dangerous to deal with in your home or commercial property, and should only be removed and remediated by skilled professionals. At Lydale Property Restoration, our technicians have extensive expertise in asbestos and mould abatement for properties of all sizes, with specialized training to ensure that all traces of these harmful substances are removed from your property. We also follow up with air quality testing performed by a 3rd party to ensure your property is safe for occupation.
We are properly insured with an Environmental Package for Contractors to remediate asbestos and mould. Our technicians also undergo an extra 2-day asbestos abatement course on top of their required training. Our highly trained professionals are certified and well-equipped with the techniques and tools that meet our high standards of service excellence. We are available 24/7, 365 days a year, offering a streamlined customer service experience.
The restoration of property and structures is very technical. We at Lydale go the extra mile to ensure customers and all persons involved understand the process, and what can be restored or must be replaced while utilizing green technologies and the latest industry approved equipment.