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Water damage restoration services winnipeg

Water & Flood Damage Restoration Company Winnipeg

Water Damage Restoration
Flood Damage Restoration
Mould Remediation

If you've experienced a water damage disaster in Winnipeg or surrounding areas, our company is here to help. Our certified water damage restoration crews are ready to help get the process started to restore your property to it's original condition.

Common Manitoba Water Damage Types:

Sewer backups
Flooding / Extreme Weather
Spring Thaw
Ice Jams On Roofs
Broken / Leaking Pipes
After a Fire
Heavy Snowfall / Rain
Rising Rivers

Emergency? Call Now

Think You May Have Water Damage?

A Moisture Survey May Be Your Best Bet To Finding Moisture.

Moisture Survey's Include:  Visual inspection, Moisture readings, Thermal Imaging, Documentation with results and recommendations

Prices do not include GST  -  Updated 2023


Inspection & Moisture Survey of a Single Room

             Inspection & Moisture Survey of an additional Room

Inspection & Moisture Survey of a Basement, Attic or Apartment

Inspection & Moisture Survey of a 1 Story House + Basement

Inspection & Moisture Survey of a 1 Story House + Basement


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The Water Damage Process

Step One:

Locate The Source

We want to limit damage as much as possible, chances are if you found water damage, it's not immediately after the fact. You'll want to locate the source by checking pipes, windows, walls, behind objects. If at all possible, stop or limit the source. In some circumstances, this may be turning the water off to the entire property. *If there is standing water, do NOT enter the area until the power to the area is off. Electrocution is a risk.

Step Two:

Assess & Limit the Damage

We want to limit the damage as quickly as possible. Turn off the power to the area, if water reaches the outlets or exposed wires it could cause electrocution. To prevent further damage, take the necessary steps to remove your belongings from the area. Remove valuables to an area that was not exposed to water or somewhere safe.

Step Three:

Call Your Insurance Company

When the situation is under control and there is no immediate danger, contact you insurance company. Starting this process will give you a better idea of what's covered and how to proceed. At this point it's a good idea to take pictures of the damaged area and belongings so there are no issues down the line. 

Step Four:

Give Us a Call

This is where we come in, give us a call, from there we'll come assess the situation and get started on the remediation and drying. This needs to be started as soon as possible to ensure further damage doesn't occur and mould growth is limited. This may be a simple or extensive process involving light demolition and extensive drying.

Call us today - 1-833-367-7354

IICRC Certification & Qualifications

As an IICRC certified company, we've taken the steps to ensure your property is restored properly. Each staff member goes through thorough training to ensure they're competent and complete each project properly. We continually update our education to ensure we're using up to date best practices.

IICRC Water Damage Restorations Certified

Water Damage


Water damage is among the most common types of damage we come across, with approximately 70% of all property damage being water damage. It affects most of us at least once through our lifetimes. Of all the types of restoration, water damage demands a quick approach to clean up. The longer water has to sit, the more damage it causes. Long term, it can cause major possession, interior and structural damage as well as mould growth which can lead to allergens and health risks. Unsanitary water often makes problems worse. To reduce harmful effects, quick action must be taken when water damage is experienced. The first 24 hours are critical and cleanup should be started as quickly as possible.

Often times, water damage can be reversed successfully, however, water damage is not to be taken lightly. It takes appropriate evaluation to determine what should be repaired or replaced. This decision is based on the degree of contamination, amount of contamination and analyzing replacement versus restoration costs. Potential health risks, safety and heirlooms or irreplaceable items are also taken into consideration. Often times the objects important to us can be cleaned, repaired and kept. We use high quality testing equipment and thermal imaging to determine proper steps and drying techniques to use. Flood cleanup and drying should be left to professionals for health, safety and proper drying techniques. There are however, some things each homeowner can do to lessen damage when experiencing a flood. 

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Water suitable for drinking, can also be used for plants, cleaning etc.


Typically comes from treatment plants.

Contains no pathogens and comes from a safe source. Once passing through items such as carpets, buildings, soil, etc; clean water can become grey or black water. 


Waste water from sources such as:



Washing Machines

Dish Washers


Grey water contains fewer pathogens than black water. There is no fecal contamination in grey water. Grey water can become black water by passing through structures, soil or other properties. Grey water can be harmful to ones health.


Comes from sources such as:

Toilet Water

Fecal Waste



Clean or Grey Water That Passes Through Certain Items

Contains many pathogens and can be extremely harmful to health

Water damage may start from clean water sources, however, once clean water comes in contact with other items such as flooring, drywall, furniture, etc it becomes grey water or even black water.

For more information feel free to contact us or give us a call, we'd be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Frequent Causes of Water Damage?

Common water damage causes can include:

  • Sewer Backups

  • Flooding / Extreme Weather

  • Spring Thaw

  • Ice Jams On Roofs

  • Broken / Leaking Pipes

  • After a Fire

  • Heavy Snowfall / Rain

  • Rising Rivers

  • Faulty Appliances

  • Deteriorating Foundation

  • HVAC Issues

How Do Restoration Companies Clean Up Water Damage?

Water damage is cleaned up in a variety of ways, the process involves removing standing water using commercial equipment, removing damaged contents, removing damaged materials and thorough cleaning and drying using commercial air movers and dehumidifiers.

Do You Test for Asbestos? What if Asbestos is Found?

If we're working with suspect materials, we will need to complete testing prior to the restoration. If this happens, we provide asbestos testing and remediation services so the process will be smooth and the process will be quick when compared to a company that does not offer this service. If asbestos is found, the process will require remediation using containment and various abatement techniques. Our staff are trained and certified to complete the asbestos remediation. 

What is IICRC?

The "Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification", is a certification non-profit organization for inspection, cleaning and restoration. They set the standard for the restoration industry. 

Will My Insurance Cover The Water Damage?

Most home and business insurances cover water damage, although they may not cover everything. You'll want to call your insurance company and speak directly with an adjuster to find out if you're covered.

What Happens if Water Get's In My Walls?

If water gets in your walls, you'll notice deterioration, staining and/or a musty / mouldy smell. Mould starts to form within 12 hours. The restoration process will involve opening up the walls.

How Can I Tell if My Property Has Water Damage?

  • Water present in areas that shouldn't have water

  • Dampness on surfaces

  • Excess moisture build up

  • High utility bill

  • Musty smell

  • Deteriorating building supplies

  • Mould growth

  • Appearance changes to ceiling, walls and floors

How Long Does the Restoration and Drying Process Take?

Each project will have its own timeline, some projects may only take about a day whereas other projects can take weeks. The removal process is only a part of the restoration, the drying process can take days, even weeks. 

Can I Salvage a Water Damaged Carpet?

In some circumstances, the carpet can be salvaged. There are some risks which make reusing damaged carpets not possible such as black water reaching the carpet. 

How Much Does Water Damage Repair Cost?

Repair costs vary from project to project. Often times when we begin the process, there are other unexpected areas that are affected as well which changes the scope of work, leading to further cost. 

Using Commercial Grade Equipment

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