9575 Macon Rd. Cordova, Tennessee 38016

Water Damage Restoration In Memphis

Our water damage restoration team can help you get your property back to normal after a disaster.

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Not sure where to begin when unexpected frozen water pipes break? Did a heavy storm hit and leave a flooded basement in its wake? If you need any water damage repair and water removal assistance, we are here to guide you through the entire process of restoring your home or business. We work one-on-one with your insurance company, supply temporary storage, pump out excess standing water, remove hard water stains from walls and floors, and dry and sanitize the property to help restore balance.

Water Damage Restoration FAQs

Water damage restoration is a complex process best left to the professionals. When your home or business is filling with water, or you’ve suffered devastating loss after a flood, there is help available to you. At Servicemaster by Cornerstone, you will get one-on-one support and customized care to fit your needs. Here are some of the most common questions our clients have — and, chances are, you may, too…

If you have any questions regarding the cleanup of your home, contact the ServiceMaster by Cornerstone team today. Our water damage restoration team is happy to provide a customized quote to discuss your needs.

What is the Impact of Water Damage To My Home?

When water enters your home, it saturates all of the surfaces it can. This includes carpeting and flooring, as well as home furnishings, drywall, and other items. It wicks up the drywall over time, leading to saturation into the insulation and beyond.

Water can also cause the glue holding your kitchen and bathroom cabinets to begin to fail. It causes damage to carpet glue, too, making it impossible to clean thoroughly. In some cases, the water reaches as high as electrical outlets and lines, causing them to spark and become hazards. All of this can occur with just an inch or so of water.

What Should I Do if There is Flood Water in My Home?

Your first step is to leave the property. Because of the electrical risks present, it becomes essential to protect your family. Don’t walk through the water. Instead, call a professional in who can drain it, such as our team. We can turn off the water source, stop the leak, and help to pull out the water as quickly as possible.

Keep in mind that moisture on any surface can begin to grow mold within just 12 hours. The longer the water remains present, the more damage it will cause. If the property does not dry out quickly enough, it can cause mold to spread through the home’s HVAC system as well. Fast action is always best.

The Water Is Gone – How Long Will It Take for My Home to Dry Out?
Once the water is removed from the home, it may seem dry. However, it takes a great deal of time for it to truly be dried out. This can take between three and five days. This differs based on the size of the home, the methods being used to dry it out, the time of the year, and numerous other factors. In every situation, it will be important to speed up the drying as much as possible to ensure the property is less at risk for mold buildup.
Should I Turn on the Heat or Air Conditioner to Dry Out the Home?
Having on the heat may not help to improve the actual wet conditions in the home. In many cases, it is best to allow your restoration team to manage this process. If the home is at a high risk of having mold present, turning on the A/C or heat may cause it to circulate faster. On the other hand, some homes will benefit from having the temperature more regulated. Your water restoration team can help to determine the right condition for your home. Turning up the heat will not help in most situations.
What About All of the Damaged Material?

During the restoration process, a lot of material cannot be saved. If the floors are buckling, they may need to be removed. If you have hardwoods, it may be possible to sand and restore them. Again, this takes time to determine the right course of action for any situation.

The same is true for furniture, drywall, and cabinetry. The extent of the damage will ultimately determine if these items can be restored or must be replaced. It may be possible to restore some of these items properly by drying them out, cleaning them, and replacing any damaged areas. If there are items that cannot be saved, it may be possible to file an insurance claim for them.

When Is Mold Remediation Necessary?

As noted, mold is a very big problem when there is water damage in a home. Unfortunately, mold remediation is often necessary when there is significant damage present. In most situations, your restoration team will take the time to determine if mold is present, the risk of mold is present, and any evidence of it spreading. Remediation is very important. It helps ensure that the home is free from the substance, which protects your health and your home’s integrity.

Will Home Insurance Cover Your Damage?
This depends on your policy and the cause of the damage. If the damage occurs from outside flooding, such as a storm, it may not. If it occurs as a result of a water heater break or backed up sewer lines, it may. Your team can determine the cause and help you to file a claim for this coverage.

Water Damage Restoration Services



We offer 24 hour, 7 day a week assistance to consult, assess fire damage, and help you find temporary shelter– even in the middle of the night. We also do everything neccessary to preserve the contents of your home or business and to keep you operational with temporary board-up, emergency water removal/pump -out, and temporary power and heating.


Experienced in roof repairs and stabilizing structures after disaster strikes, we ensure your business or home is completely protected from the elements and any further damage by tarping and boarding up exposed areas.


We provide temporary storage to protect belongings after a fire so they remain dry and safe while a residence or business is being rebuilt.


We pump out and remove excess water from flooded basements and other affected areas, using air movement and dehumidifying equipment to thoroughly dry the space.


Following a basement flood or other water damages, we sanitize and deodorize areas and items affected by wetness or mold (such as walls, carpets, fabrics, drapery, upholstery, furniture and other contents in your home or business) Our professional cleaning services aim to refresh and recover your space by removing offensive odors and stains.


Water-logged carpet can often be saved through our three step restoration process. We have the equipment to thoroughly sanitize, dry and deodorize carpeting and floors to restore them back to their original condition. We use the best carpet cleaning solution on the market and can eliminate all traces of the damage in most cases.


Whether it’s in the home or business, we repair hardwood and gym floors by professionally cleaning, drying, and removing odors to bring out its original shine.


We restore clothing, bedding, window treatments and drapes, upholstery, accessories and other textiles to their original condition safely and effectively.

Water Damage Restoration Near Me

When you’re wondering, “where can I find water damage restoration near me,” count on the ServiceMaster by Cornerstone team to help. If not treated quickly and professionally, water damage can be devastating to your home or office.

Get in touch to speak with a Servicemaster professional who can assess your water damage and determine the right approach to mediate and repair your space best.

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