Chicago Water Damage Restoration Company
Call today for a free water, sewage, and mold damage restoration job today at 630-546-2239!
2nd Chance Water Is Chicago’s Illinois Water Damage Experts
How does 2nd Chance water restoration compare to other water damage mitigation companies in the Chicago area?
I often get asked how we compare to other Chicago area water restoration service professionals and I think that our online reputation speaks for itself. 2nd Chance water restoration has been serving the Chicago area and most of our service pros have been working in the water mitigation field for years.
2nd Chance has an average of 4.9, or better rating on most 5 star review sites, because we take great pride in providing the absolute best service possible during difficult situations. We have well over 1200 likes on Facebook, because our pro technicians serve every customer as if they were family.
We provide absolutely free estimates!!
Chicago Water Damage Clean Up
& Water Damage Restoration:
We come in a hurry, when you need us! We can typically get to a water damage disaster within an hour!
Call today for a free water, sewage, and mold damage restoration job today at 630-546-2239!
How can water damage my home, business, or commercial property?
Water damage comes from sump pump failure, sewer backup, leaking window wells, foundation, broken plumbing supply lines, faulty appliances, over flowing toilets, clogged drains, ice dams, frozen pipes, rain and seepage can cause severe damage especially, if you don’t take care of the issue right away.
How fast will mold grow?
Within 72 hours, if left unattended, mold can start to grow and create a whole new set of problems. Our certified technicians know how to quickly remove water and dry out your home, place of business, apartment, condo, or commercial property in the great Chicago area. Water can remain trapped within the wall cavities, cabinetry, wood floors and carpet and needs to be evicted with heat and air flow, which our professional grade dehumidifiers and air movers are able to provide in a hurry. Mold and trapped water are problems that can be avoided, if you perform the water damage cleanup correctly and in a hurry.
Our highly trained, certfied
Call us for the following water damage:
Sump Pump Failure
Window Well Leaking
Broken Refrigerator Lines
The quicker water is extracted, the better. Mold begins to grow within 72 hours. Let our certified technicians remove the water and dry out your facility.
Call today for a free water, sewage, and mold damage restoration job today at 630-546-2239!!
We are generally cheaper and more experienced than most Chicago water and fire restoration companies. We pride ourselves in beating other Chicago water damage restoration companies’ estimates by large margins!! We are a family owned and operated business and we get most of our water damage business from direct referral, because we are the best water damage company in the entire Chicago area!
Water damage in Chicago is a consistent problem that has been affecting local businesses and homes costing the people of Chicago an unbelievable amount of money over the years. 2nd Chance Water Restoration is Chicago’s very own water damage restoration and mold removal company. We are always available for a free estimate during which we will identify the source of the water and help you get it shut off, or tell you what you need to do even, if you don’t hire us to do the work. It is important to locate the problem, source of water damage, as soon as possible, so you get the drying process started to mitigate the damage.
2nd Chance Water Restoration got our vast experience in commercial and residential water damage right here in Chicago ! Call 630-546-2239 to get us out there now for your free estimate!
We are able to provide a complete water damage mitigation service and we can refer you to the areas top contractors for plumbing, drywall, or painting. As an emergency service company in Chicago we provide ourselves on our specialization in drying and mitigating water damage better than anyone.
Our experience in local restoration projects for businesses has us fully aware of the financial impact that water damage will have on your business and homes. It is our job to reduce that expense by focusing on what is causing the damage and getting everything handled from there as quickly and professionally as possible with as little extra headaches and stress as possible. The goal is too have as little impact on your day to day lives and business as possible.
Our water damage restoration and mold removal service pros are masters of serving the following Chicago land and Indiana areas:
Addison,Algonquin,Alsip,Antioch,Arlington Heights,Ashburn Park,Auburn Park,Chicago,Aurora,Austin Chicago,Barrington,Bartlett,Batavia,Beecher,Bellwood,Berkley,Berwyn,Big Rock,Bloomingdale,Blue Island,Bolingbrook,Braidwood,Bridgeview,Bristol,Broadview,Brookfield,Buffalo Grove,Burbank,Burnham,Burr Ridge,Calumet City,Carol Stream,Carpentersville,Cary,Cedar Lake,Chicago Heights,Chicago Lawn,Chicago Ridge,Cicero,Clarendon Hills,Country Club Hills,
Cragin,Crest Hill,Crete,Crown Point, Crystal Lake,
Darien,Deerfield,Des Plaines,Division Street,Dolton,Downers Grove,Downtown Chicago,Dundee,Dunning,Dyer,East Chicago,Edgebrook, Edgewater,Elburn,Elgin,Elk Grove Village,Elmhurst,Elmwood Park,Elsdon,Elwood,Englewood,Evanston,Evergreen Park,Flossmoor,Forest Park,Fort Dearborn,Fort Sheridan,Fox Lake,Fox River Grove,Frankfort,Franklin Park,Garfield Park,Gary,Geneva,Gilberts,Glen Ellyn,Glencoe,Glendale Heights,Glenview,Glenwood,Graceland,Grand Crossing,Grayslake,Great Lakes,Griffith,Gurnee,Hammond,Hampshire,Hanover Park,Hardwood Heights,Harvard,Harvey,Hawthorne,Hazel Crest,Hebron,Hickory Hills,Highland,Highland Park,Highwood,Hillside,Hines,Hinsdale,Hobart,Hoffman Estates,Homer Glen,Hometown,Homewood,Huntley,Hyde Park,Ingleside,Irving Park,Island Lake,Itasca,Jackson Park,Jefferson Park,Joliet,Justice,La Grange,La Grange Park,Lake Bluff,Lake Forest,Lake in the Hills,Lake Station,Lake Villa,Lake Zurich,Lakeview,Lansing,Lemont,Libertyville,Lincoln Park,Lincolnshire,Lincolnwood,Lisbon,Lisle,Lockport,Logan Square,Lombard,Lowell,Lyons,Manhattan,Maple Park,Marengo,Markham,Matteson,Maywood,Mc Henry,Medinah,Melrose Park,Merrillville,Michigan City,Midlothian,Mid-West,Miller,Minooka,Mokena,Monee,Montgomery,Morgan Park,Morton Grove,Mount Prospect,Mt. Greenwood,Mundelein,Munster,Naperville,New Lenox,Niles,Norridge,North Aurora,North Chicago,Northbrook,Northlake,Northtown,Norwood Park,Oak Brook,Oak Forest,Oak Lawn,Oak Park,Ogden Park,Olympia Fields,Orland Park,Oswego,Palatine,Palos Heights,Palos Hills,Palos Park,Park Forest,Park Ridge,Peotone,Pilsen, Plainfield,Plano,Portage,Porter,Posen,Prospect Heights,Ravenswood,Richmond,Richton Park,Ringwood,River Forest,River Grove,Riverdale,Riverside,Robbins,Rogers Park,Rolling Meadows,Romeoville,Rosemont, Roseland,Ross,Round lake,Schaumburg,Schererville,Schiller Park,Shorewood,Skokie,South Chicago,South Elgin,South Holland,South Shore,Spring Grove,St. Charles,St. John,Steger,Stock Yards, Chicago,Stone Park,Streamwood,Sugar Grove,Summit-Argo,Techny,Thornton,Tinley Park,Uptown, Chicago,Valparaiso,Vernon Hills,Villa Park,Wadsworth,Warrenville,Wauconda,Waukegan,Wayne,West Chicago,Westchester,Western Springs,Westmont,Westville,Wheaton,Wheeling,Whiting,Wicker Park,Willow Springs,Willowbrook,Wilmettte,Wilmington,Winfield,Winnetka,Winthrop Harbor,
Wonder Lake,Wood Dale,Woodridge,Woodstock,Worth,Zion.
We have cleaned hundreds, if not thousands of homes in these local Chicago and Indiana areas and our reputation is stellar. We have done mold remediation work, sewage clean ups, water damage cleaning and performed many other services since being in the water restoration business since 1997.
We stay pretty busy thanks to the lovely city of Chicago sewer systems. We have cleaned more poop in basements than almost anyone would even believe. We use anti-micriobials and surfactants to clean all the areas affected by the disaster. Any carpet, fabric, drywall, or other cellulose materials affected by sewage should be removed. You really shouldn’t try to save carpet that has been hit by sewage.
Chicago and Indiana business owners, home owners, and residents should know who to call for the best water damage restoration and mold removal service and that is 2nd Chance Water Restoration!
Call 2nd chance water restoration at 630-290-1006, so our service pros can fill your local lndiana and Chicago, Illinois water damage restoration service work needs!
Some of the most common causes of water damage in Chicago Illinois are a result of broken pipes, over flowing toilets, broken supply lines, bad sump pumps, foundation cracks, storm damages and power outages.
Make sure to do the following things in Chicago to help prevent flooding in your home, or business:
Maintain your gutters and down spouts
Keep your sump pumps in good condition
Don’t let your pipes freeze in these cold Chicago winters by keep a slow drip going in your sinks and tubs
Make sure your drains in your window wells are free of leaves and able to drain properly.
Water damage counts for over two thirds of the insurance claims in Chicago Illinois, so it pays to keep your property in good condition and to hire 2nd chance water restoration, if you should happen to have an unfortunate water damage disaster.
Plumbing supply line failures are a huge part of the insurance claims filed in Chicago Illinois, because plumbing supply lines break from time to time for a variety of reasons.
Facts to know about water damage issues in Chicago Illinois:
1.) most water heaters fail within 12 years of installation.
2.) most water damage claims in Chicago Illinois exceed $2,500.00
3.) most water damages issues in this local area are caused by faulty toilets, bad sewer pipes, drainage issues.
4.) homes over 30 years old are more likely to have plumbing supply line issues in Chicago.
5.) water damage issues involving sewage and finished basements tends to cost a lot more than category one supply line leaks in unfinished basements in Chicago, Illinois.
Call 2nd chance water restoration of Chicago Illinois for your free water damage restoration, or mold removal estimate at 630-546-2239!
Some Facts about Chicago:
In the 1850s, Chicago gained national political prominence as the home of Senator Stephen Douglas, the champion of the Kansas-Nebraska Act and “popular sovereignty” approach to the issue of the spread of slavery. These issues also helped propel another Illinoisan, Abraham Lincoln, to the national stage. Lincoln was nominated in Chicago for the nation’s presidency at the 1860 Republican National Convention and went on to defeat Douglas in the general election, setting the stage for the American Civil War.
To accommodate rapid population growth and demand for better sanitation, the city implemented various infrastructural improvements. In February 1856, the Chesbrough plan for the building of the United States’ first comprehensive sewerage system was approved by the Common Council. The project raised much of central Chicago to a new grade. While raising Chicago, and at first improving the health of the city, the untreated sewage and industrial waste now flowed into the Chicago River, then into Lake Michigan, polluting the primary source of fresh water for the city. The city responded by tunneling two miles (3 km) out into Lake Michigan to newly built water cribs. In 1900, the problem of sewage contamination was largely resolved when the city completed a major engineering feat. It reversed the flow of the Chicago River so that the water flowed away from Lake Michigan rather than into it. This project began with the construction and improvement of the Illinois and Michigan Canal, and was completed with the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal that connects to the Illinois River, which flows into the Mississippi River.
In 1871, the Great Chicago Fire broke out, destroying an area of about 4 miles long and 1 mile wide, a large section of the city at the time. Much of the city, including railroads and stockyards, survived intact, and from the ruins of the previous wooden structures arose more modern constructions of steel and stone which would set the precedent for worldwide construction. During its rebuilding period, Chicago constructed the world’s first skyscraper in 1885, using steel-skeleton construction.