All of our water damage restoration certified technicians are available in Logan Square, in Chicago 24-7. We can get anywhere in the greater Chicago area within an hour for a free estimate, so call us at 630-546-2239.
Water damage explains many different types of losses caused by water flooding an area that it is not designed to be in. There are many things attributed to water damage like an musty odor, rotting wood, mold growth, rusting of iron and steel, and de-laminating and destruction of other materials like carpet and drywall, etc.
Sometimes the water damage happens slowly over a long period of time and you notice little things like water spots in the drywall, or peeling of drywall. Sometimes that water damages happens in a blink of an eye and causes catastrophic damage like in the instance of a flash flood. Water damage is a major cause of property loss, destruction, and cost no matter how fast it happened.
An insurance policy may, or may not have you covered for your particular water damage issue, but 2nd Chance Water Restoration of Logan Square in Chicago, IL can you help you find the right solution to your water damage, or mold issues no matter what. 2nd Chance Water Restoration can work with and directly bill your insurance company in Altgeld Gardens in Chicago, Illinois, if you are covered, have a claim number, and we don’t even have to collect a cent from you to get going.
All of our water damage restoration certified technicians are available in Logan Square in Chicago 24-7. We can get anywhere in the greater Chicago area within an hour for a free estimate, so call us at 630-546-2239.
Perhaps the most common cause of water damage to a residential property is the failure of a sump pump, or a backed up sewer line especially in Logan Square in Chicago. Make sure that you speak to your insurance agent about signing an addendum that may be required to get the proper water damage insurance for your basement. This addendum for sump pump coverage will say sewer and drain coverage at the top.
Water damage can happen for a variety of reasons including:
Broken dishwasher hose, clogged toilets, broken/leaking pipes, washing machine failure, broken shower pan, backed up sewers, tree roots clogging the sewer drain, etc. Almost 15% of all water damage happens from plumbing supply line leaks. Only hurricanes cause more water damage than plumbing supply line leaks, so plumbing supply line failure and sump pump issues is definitely toward the top in Logan Square.
Homeowners, property owners, and business owners in Logan Square in Chicago should be judicious in protecting their homes, places of business, and properties from plumbing failure. You should inspect and replace worn pipe fittings, plumbing connections, and hoses to household appliances that use water at least once, or twice a year to avoid future water damage. Don’t forget to check the washing machines, dishwashers, kitchen sinks and bathroom lavatories, refrigerator icemakers, water softeners and humidifiers.
Most people in Logan Square in Chicago Illinois, do not have insurance that covers water damage caused by bad weather, because it is considered flood coverage, which is usually not covered by homeowners insurance without additional flood insurance
What are the different types of water that can damage a home in Logan Square in Chicago?
Category 1 Water – Refers to a source of water that does not pose substantial threat to humans and classified as “Clean Water”. Examples are broken water supply lines, tub or sink overflows or appliance malfunctions that involves water supply lines.
Category 2 Water – Refers to a source of water that contains a significant degree of chemical, biological or physical contaminants and causes discomfort or sickness when consumed or even exposed to. Known as “Grey Water”. This type carries micro organisms and nutrients of micro organisms. Examples are toilet bowls with urine (no feces), sump pump failures, seepage due to hydrostatic failure and water discharge from dishwashers or washing machines.
Category 3 Water – Known as “Black Water” and is grossly unsanitary. This water contains unsanitary agents, harmful bacteria and fungi, causing severe discomfort or sickness. Type 3 category are contaminated water sources that affects the indoor environment. This category includes water sources from sewage, seawater, rising water from rivers or streams, ground surface water or standing water. Category 2 Water or Grey Water that is not promptly removed from the structure and or have remained stagnant may be re classified as Category 3 Water. Toilet back flows that originates from beyond the toilet trap is considered black water contamination regardless of visible content or color.
We have cleaned a ton of sewage in these local Chicago neighborhoods. We have been pumping out sewage out of basements and removing all kinds of filth in Chicago since 1998! All of our water damage restoration technicians are certified and go through continuing education throughout their restoration career with 2nd Chance.
we have office locations, in Addison, Lombard, and Elmhurst IL.
We take cleaning poop out of your basement seriously. We get everything as cleaned as it was, or cleaner than before it even happened. There are thousands of sewage backup cleanup jobs in Chicago every year and 2nd Chance Water restoration of Illinois does a lot of them. We would like to do more, which is why we are putting out information I what we do. The public needs to know who the best sewage, water, and mold removal service company is in Chicago.
It does not matter, if you have category 1,2, or 3 water, because we will clean it up, and get it out of your house, place of business, or commercial property.
Facts about Logan Square in Chicago:
Logan Square is an official community area, historical neighborhood, and public square located on the northwest side of the City of Chicago. The Logan Square community area is one of the 77 city-designated community areas established for planning purposes. The Logan Square neighborhood, located within the Logan Square community area, is centered on the public square that serves as its namesake, located at the three-way intersection of Milwaukee Avenue, Logan Boulevard and Kedzie Boulevard.
Its location is directly west of Bucktown, north of Humboldt Park, and northwest of Wicker Park, and places its residents within walking distance to a number of shops, coffee houses, bars, and restaurants.
Palmer Square neighborhood’s vibrant character, bustling business corridors, and charming tree-lined streets make it a popular neighborhood for a diverse group of individuals and families.
While Homer Pennock’s industrial suburb failed, Chicago’s rapid expansion transformed the area’s farms into clusters of factories and homes. At the turn of the 20th century as settlement was booming, Kosciuszko Park and Avondale were at the Northwestern edge of the Milwaukee Avenue “Polish Corridor”- a contiguous stretch of Polish settlement which spanned this thoroughfare all the way from Polonia Triangle at Milwaukee, Division and Ashland to Irving Park Road.
facts about buctown:
The neighborhood is west of Pulaski Park, northwest of The Loop, north of East Village and Ukrainian Village, east of Humboldt Park, and south of Bucktown.
The borders of the Wicker Park neighborhood are generally accepted to be the Bloomingdale Trail to the north (~coordinate 1800 North), although historically it has ranged as far north as Armitage (~coordinate 2000 N) at times, Ashland Avenue to the east (~coordinate 1600 W), Division to the south (~coordinate 1200 N), and Western Avenue to the west (~coordinate 2400 W).