The Water Damage Restoration Process
When your home or business experiences flooding or any sort of water emergency, call the Dry Boys of Albany. We can help anyone in the Capital Region through the entire process from assessment to restoration. To read more about our water restoration process, click here!
Water Damage Tips
After you call the Dry Boys of Albany for any water damage in the Albany New York area, here are some important water damage tips to consider while you await your technician.
Water Damage Classification
To get a better idea of how harmful flooding in your home or business is, click here.
Storm & Flood Damage
Flooding caused by storms requires special equipment and specific training. The Dry Boys of Albany have over 25 years of experience dealing with the aftermath of bad storms. If you’re in the Albany NY area, or it’s surrounding counties like Schenectady, Rensselear, or Saratoga, call the Dry Boys today.
Storms can produce a particular type of flood and water damage that requires special equipment and training. The Dry Boys of Albany NY have been dealing with storms in the Albany Capital District area for 25+ years. Click here for more information on storm and flood damage.
If you have excess humidity or moisture in your home or business, you can be susceptible to mold. Mold can be extremely dangerous and can play a part in health issues. Unfortunately, mold can be unseen making it difficult to know if it’s there. When you remove mold, using a certified mold remediator like the Dry Boys in Albany is your best bet to make sure it’s done properly.
Apart from the odors, sewer backups can be extremely dangerous. The water typically carries fungi, bacteria, and viruses. Some of these cause serious illnesses. If something like this happens to you in the Albany Capital Region, call The Dry Boys of Albany for professional help today.
It’s important to hire professionals for these situations that are equipped with the proper equipment to deal with contamination. Click here for more information on sewer issues,