About Us

24/7 SUPPORTWe are by the phone and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We are always ready to go, no matter the time or circumstance.
ON SITE WITHIN THE HOURDue to our location in Central Sydney, we have access to the entire greater Sydney area without having the time constraints of travelling from one end to the other.
PROFESSIONAL AND INSUREDWe have been operating as a business for over 5 years and are completely insured. We DO NOT use sub-contractors, you will always have either the owner or one of the team at your door step, providing quality restoration.
LATEST EQUIPMENTWe invest heavily in our business to provide the latest and best equipment to get the job done. While most businesses can only offer you mid-level extraction and drying, we have the equipment to apply structural drying and do the job right, the first time.

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Area Serviced

Central Sydney Flood Restoration

Sydney CBD flood restoration, Pyrmont flood restoration, Surry Hills flood restoration, Glebe flood restoration, Alexandria flood restoration, Zetland flood restoration, Paddington flood restoration, Newtown flood restoration, Rushcutters Bay flood restoration, Rosebery flood restoration

Sydney Eastern Suburbs Flood Restoration

Coogee flood restoration, Bondi flood restoration, Vaucluse flood restoration, Randwick flood restoration, Rose Bay flood restoration, Bronte flood restoration, Waverley flood restoration, Queens Park flood restoration, Double Bay flood restoration, Watsons Bay flood restoration, Bellevue Hill flood restoration, Clovelly flood restoration

South East Sydney Flood Restoration

Kensington flood restoration, Kingsford flood restoration, Maroubra flood restoration, Chifley flood restoration, Mattraville flood restoration, Pagewood flood restoration, Hillsdale flood restoration, Botany flood restoration, Little Bay flood restoration

Sydney South Flood Restoration

Arncliffe flood restoration, Rockdale flood restoration, Hurstville flood restoration, Sans Souci flood restoration, Kogarah flood restoration, Sutherland flood restoration, Miranda flood restoration, Sylvania flood restoration

Inner West Sydney Flood Restoration

Balmain flood restoration, Leichardt flood restoration, Abbotsford flood restoration, Rozelle flood restoration, Dulwich Hill flood restoration, Burwood flood restoration, Ashfield flood restoration, Enmore flood restoration, Homebush flood restoration, Concord flood restoration, St Peters flood restoration, Stanmore flood restoration.

North Sydney Flood Restoration

North Sydney flood restoration, Cremorne flood restoration, Greenwich flood restoration, St Leonards flood restoration, Artarmon flood restoration, Naremburn flood restoration, Chatswood flood restoration, Mosman flood restoration

We Offer Following Services

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  • Emergency Board-up
  • Board up and Roof Tarps
  • Temporary Power
  • Temporary Heat
  • Raw Sewage Cleanup
  • Water Extraction
  • Sewage Waste Removal
  • Junk Removal

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FAQ

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Why is there a smell in my house after a flood?

Usually, after a flood the humidity in your house is doubled or tripled from the norm and materials and textiles that are not created to be wet, get exposed to a large amount of water. If it has been 3-4 days after the initial flood and you start noticing a smell, it could be due to bacteria forming in the area. Once we have dried everything properly, the smell should be gone.

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How to prevent flood damage?

There are a few ways to prevent your house from flooding:
A). Make sure all windows are close when leaving the house. You don’t know if that flash storm is going to hit!
B). Keep an eye on your water bill – if it seems unusually high, you may have a slow leak developing.
C). Proper maintenance of water based appliances like the dishwasher and washing machine.

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Do you work in partnership with a plumber?

We have many licenced and insured plumbers in our network that can fix the problem as soon as possible!

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What should you do in the event of a flood on your premises?

Contact Sydney Flood Restorations immediately, so we can start the extraction process. Mould can start growing in as little as 12 hours, so it is imperative to begin the extraction and drying process as soon as possible. The faster we get there, the less time the drying process will take and damage will be minimised.

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What should you do in the event of a flood on your premises?

Contact Sydney Flood Restorations immediately, so we can start the extraction process. Mould can start growing in as little as 12 hours, so it is imperative to begin the extraction and drying process as soon as possible. The faster we get there, the less time the drying process will take and damage will be minimised.

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What are some effects of water damage?

Excess water in your home has the potential to create a variety of unwanted secondary effects. Property can be ruined or its value decreased, the structure of the home compromised, and water damage remediation services can cost thousands of dollars. Paint and wallpaper can chip, carpets can be destroyed and wood floors can rot. Mould can grow from untreated excess water and pose a serious threat to your health and the health of your family.

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What is the restoration process?

Without getting into technicalities, it works in the following way:
A). Stopping the source.
B). Extracting water.
C). Drying using air movers and dehumidifiers.
D). Testing for moisture and air quality.
E). Carpet cleaning to restore to pre-flood condition.

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Will insurance cover this?

The coverage depends on your level of cover and the source of the damage. The insurance company will also want to know whether you took all the necessary actions to prevent the extent of the damage.

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How long will it take to dry?

On average, we aim for a 3-day dry down. However, there are multiple factors which can affect this and it could be prolonged by another couple of days.

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Can I attempt to restore myself?

Although stores like Bunnings and Woolworths hire out carpet cleaning machines, they lack the power to adequately extract water to an acceptable level. Then there is the matter of drying equipment such as commercial dehumidifiers etc.

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What about sewerage floods?

Most hard surfaces can be dried out. Porous materials must be removed and disposed of.

 

What Should I do?

What to do in the event of a flood:

  • Locate and stop the source of the water leak
  • Secure your family, pets, furniture and contents
  • Call us immediately on our 24/7 line
  • Contact other relevant parties (insurance company etc)
  • Move floor level items to a safe dry location
  • Ventilate the area as much as possible by opening windows
  • Arrange parking for the flood technician
  • Consider short term living arrangement if water is contaminated or sewerage
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