Residential Water Damage & Recovery

Flooding, burst pipes, overflowing toilets and tubs, sump pump backups, storms, and leaking appliances can all contribute to major water damage. Emergency Mitigation Services will mitigate and remediate the water damage in your house, getting you and your family back into a clean, safe home. Our water damage mitigation experts work quickly to contain the problem and minimize the damage. Once the situation is stable, we’ll help you find professional water damage restoration services to get your home back to normal again. Residents in Kansas City, Olathe, Paola, Lawrence, and Overland Park, KS, can trust EMS to respond quickly and proficiently to water emergencies.


Water Crisis & Damage Overview

A water crisis can be the result of a variety of events; storms and floods, plumbing leaks and burst pipes, sewage and sump pump backups, ice dams, blocked gutters, and sprinkler systems are just a few of the ways water can cause damage to your home.

The results of adverse water events can range from obviously ruined floors and walls, dropped ceilings, and damaged furniture and fixtures to more subtle, but more dangerous, problems such as compromised structural integrity and mold.

Emergency Mitigation Services wants to get your family back in your home as quickly as possible. Our rapid response team is standing by to guide you through the cleanup and remediation process. Call our 24/7 emergency service number at 913-773-6777 to start the disaster recovery process today.

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Mitigation Process

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  • Emergency Contact & Dispatch

    Contact the pros at EMS for same-day service. When you need help, we are there to guide you through the remediation process.

  • Inspection

    A certified EMS serviceman will inspect your water crisis and determine the appropriate approach for damage mitigation.

  • Owner Approval

    During a water crisis, quick action makes all the difference. Once we have owner approval, EMS works quickly to get your household up and running again.

  • Water Extraction

    During a water crisis, the first order of business is usually to extract water from the premises. EMS has all the equipment needed to extract water and/or sewage.

  • Drying

    Once extraction is complete, we work quickly to set up dryers and dehumidifiers. EMS is also certified to apply any needed sanitation chemicals. A water crisis can take days to dry out. EMS will supervise the drying and dehumidification process with regular monitoring.

  • Insurance Adjuster Review

    EMS can help you navigate filing an insurance claim for your home. We work closely with your insurance to get you and your family back home as soon as possible.

  • Restoration

    When the water crisis is over, restoration can begin. Talk to EMS about their list of qualified restoration partners who can help with everything from rebuilding to re-painting.

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Water Disaster Tips

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When a water disaster strikes, there are a few steps you should take immediately to help minimize mold growth and water damage to your home. Mold can start growing in moist conditions within 48 hours, so time is of the essence when taking action during a water crisis.

Note that you should only take these steps if you are certain of your safety and the structural integrity of the building. Do not enter rooms with sagging floors or ceilings.

  • Remove everything you can from the space.
  • Wipe down and elevate heavy furniture using non-porous items like foam or plastic.
  • Wrap immovable furniture legs with aluminum foil.
  • Pull up colored rugs to prevent floor staining.
  • Mop or vacuum excess water and cordon off hazardous slip areas and potential electrical hazards.
  • Turn on any available fans and run air conditioning.
  • Take photos and start making an inventory of damaged furniture, appliances, and housewares.
  • Collect vulnerable documents for safekeeping.
  • Consider moving off the premises during the mitigation period.
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