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  • New York
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Fastest response times

We’ll survey within 2 hours and start restoring within the day!

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Cutting-edge pump cuts dry time from weeks to 3-4 days

Total insurance coverage

We’ll make sure your insurance company covers the entire job

  • IRI Certified
  • Done-for-you insurance

Flood damage is bad.

Paying for restoration? That’s even worse.

No sweat — at Blanc Restoration, we’ll pump and dry out your space, then handle that insurance claim so you don’t have to spend a penny. (Put it toward the remodel instead!)

Let’s do this



Survey with speed

Key to preventing further flood damage or mold? Moving fast! We’ll inspect your site within 2 hours of your call.


Restore every inch

Our certified team will begin within the day. Most projects take 3-4 days to pump water, dehumidify, strip walls, and restore!


Manage your claim

Because who has time for that? Definitely not you! Our project manager will file the claim and get it all reimbursed.


Leave it clean

Water damage leaves debris behind. We’ll clear out all the trash so your home is clean and ready for refurbishment!

After water damage: What can you do?

Stay safe!

If your home is completely flooded, leave with your family – the pros will take care of the rest!

Preserve valuables

If you have valuable artwork, equipment, or important documents, remove those first to a high, dry place.

Report the source

If you can easily spot the source of the damage, such as a broken pipe, save it to show your insurance company!

Cut the power

Turn off circuit breakers. If you can’t get to them, call your utility company to turn off the power.

Don’t use electricity

Don’t use vacuum cleaners, light switches or appliances until your home is completely dry and inspected for use.

Remove water with map

If the flood is under control, you can try to remove the water by yourself with a mop to prevent further damage.


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  • Debris disposal & cleanup
  • Water extraction
  • Sewage backup cleanup
  • Hardwood floor drying
  • Mold prevention
  • Structural drying and dehumidifying
  • Residential water damage restoration
  • Commercial water damage restoration

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What is water damage restoration?

Water damage restoration is the process of mitigating and restoring properties that have suffered damage due to water intrusion. Translation: we fix properties damaged by water.

Water damage might be caused by burst pipes, plumbing leaks, roof leaks, flooding, or natural disasters.

What causes water damage?

Water damage can be caused by various factors, including natural disasters and man-made incidents.

Here are few common causes:

  • Heavy rainfall, hurricanes, or storms
  • Flooding
  • Plumbing issues like burst pipes or leaky faucets
  • Faulty appliances like water heaters or washing machines
  • Roof leaks
  • Poorly sealed windows
  • Foundation cracks that allow water to seep into buildings over time
  • Fire extinguishing: Firefighting efforts or sprinkler systems

What is the water restoration damage process?

  1. Emergency Response: We’ll act quickly to prevent further water damage.
  2. Water Extraction: We’ll remove standing water with cutting-edge pump equipment.
  3. Drying and Dehumidification: We’ll remove moisture and prevent mold growth.
  4. Mold Remediation: If we do detect mold, we’ll remove it safely from your environment!
  5. Repairs and Restoration: We’ll remove debris and get your space back to before.
  6. Reimbursement: We’ll work with your insurance company to ensure you get reimbursed for the project.

What needs to be replaced after water damage?

Water very quickly seeps into your home’s walls and floors, causing irreparable damage to your structure. Here are some things you many need to replace:

  1. Damaged drywall and insulation
  2. Carpets and hardwood flooring
  3. Electrical wiring and appliances
  4. Furniture and upholstery
  5. Mold-infested materials
  6. Ceiling tiles and panels
  7. Irreparable belongings

The extent of replacement varies based on the severity of the water damage and how quickly the restoration process was initiated. Moving quickly can help prevent unnecessary damage. That’s why Blanc Restoration moves at top speed to repair water damage. Reach out here.


Do I need to hire a professional for water damage restoration?

Hiring a professional for water damage restoration is highly recommended, especially for moderate to severe water damage situations. They’ll bring the expertise, experience, equipment and response time you need! Plus, we’ll take care of insurance for you — and ensure every penny is reimbursed.

What does water damage restoration cost?

The cost of water damage restoration can vary significantly depending on several factors, including the extent of the damage, the size of the affected area, the type of water involved (clean, grey, or black water), the materials and items that need replacement, and the location of the property.

But with Blanc Restoration, you don’t need to worry about that. We’ll handle the insurance paperwork and get the full cost covered for you.

What should I know about commercial water damage restoration?

Some important things to keep in mind when you notice water damage:

  • Act fast. The faster you reach out to a restoration company, the less extensive your damage will be!
  • Possible safety hazards. Flooding can cause electrical issues or structural damage, so secure the area and keep people away until professionals arrive..
  • Documentation. If you know what caused the damage, to try document with photographs and videos for insurance purposes. We’ll help you with this, too!

What are some signs of water damage?

Here are some common signs of water damage to look out for:

  • Stains and discoloration: Dark spots, yellowing, or water rings, especially near plumbing fixtures or on the ceiling
  • Musty or moldy odors can indicate hidden water damage
  • Bubbling or peeling paint can indicate moisture within the walls
  • Warped or buckling floors
  • Visible mold growth is a clear sign of water damage.
  • Sagging or stained ceiling may indicate water accumulating from a roof leak
  • Damp or soaked-through carpeting
  • Water pooling or puddles
  • Increased water bills can be a sign of an undetected water leak
  • Cracks in foundation or walls

How long does water removal take?

In most cases, Blanc water damage restoration takes 2-5 days.

What is hidden water damage?

Hidden water damage occurs when water infiltration or moisture-related issues go undetected and aren't immediately visible. This concealed damage can be found behind walls, under floors, or above ceilings, making it hard to spot without specialized equipment or thorough inspections.

Causes include:

  • Undetected leaks
  • Faulty seals
  • Inadequate waterproofing

Hidden water damage can cause long-term structural problems and mold growth. If you notice any signs of hidden water damage, reach out and take care of it right away to nip it in the bud!

How to save water-damaged hardwood floors?

The good news: It’s possible to salvage hardwood floors before they’re damaged by water.
The not-so-good news: You have to work fast!

Act quickly. Reach out to a water damage restoration company so they can begin the water removal process immediately. Once they’ve pumped out any standing water, we will be able to assess whether your hardwood flooring can be saved — or if it’s time to replace.

How to save water-damaged kitchen cabinets?

Saving water-damaged kitchen cabinets requires acting quickly!

Here’s what you can do:

  • Remove Contents: Empty the cabinets of all items, dishes, and utensils to allow for proper assessment and drying.
  • Address Standing Water: If there's standing water inside the cabinets, use towels, mops, or a wet-dry vacuum to remove it promptly.
  • Ventilation: Open cabinet doors and use fans or dehumidifiers to promote air circulation and facilitate drying. Ensure proper ventilation inside the cabinets to prevent trapped moisture.
  • Check for Swelling and Warping: Inspect the cabinet surfaces for any signs of swelling, warping, or separation. Water damage may cause cabinets to lose their shape or delaminate.
  • Dry Thoroughly: Utilize fans and dehumidifiers to dry out the cabinets thoroughly. Continue drying until moisture levels are normalized.
  • Clean and Sanitize: Clean the cabinets with a mild detergent and water solution to remove any contaminants or residues left by the water. Ensure proper sanitation to avoid mold growth.
  • Mold Prevention: Monitor the area for mold growth. If mold is detected, address it immediately using proper mold remediation methods.
  • Apply Sealant or Finish: Once the cabinets are dry and clean, apply a water-resistant sealant or finish to protect them from future water damage.


  • Contact Professionals: If the water damage is extensive or if you're uncertain about the restoration process, consider seeking assistance from professionals with experience in water damage restoration.

How to clean sewage backups?

Cleaning up sewage backups is a hazardous task that requires caution and proper equipment. We highly recommend that you reach out to a professional to ensure the process is safe, sanitary, effective, and efficient. We’re also here to help ensure that your sewage backup project is covered by insurance.

Reach out to Blanc Restoration today to get assessed!