Serving the Chippewa Valley and the North Central Areas of Wisconsin

Eau Claire Water Damage Restoration

We know how stressful and costly it can be when your home or business is left with disastrous water damage due to storms, floods, broken pipes, or leaking appliances. We are here to help.

Reliable Water Damage Restoration

We know how stressful and costly it can be when your home or business is left with disastrous water damage due to storms, floods, broken pipes, or leaking appliances.

At Chem Master Restoration, we will help you by working hand-in-hand with your insurance company.

We'll document the damage at your property and the procedures that will be done to restore your home or business back to its pre-loss or even better condition. In many cases, we can bill your insurance provider directly for the cost.

Call us at (715) 832-7738 for inquiries. For the meantime, follow our guidelines below to reduce the risk of further damage.

  • Local Water Mitigation Crews Available 24/7
  • IICRC-Certified Water Restoration Technicians
  • Insurance Claim and Deductible Assistance
  • Fast, Prompt Water Removal and Dryout
Water Damage Restoration in Eau Claire, WI

Things You Should Know in Case of Water Damage

Companies that only use carpet-drying equipment without any means of effective extraction can't prevent water from being absorbed by your walls, under your baseboards, and in your moldings.

With their limited equipment, they will not be able to properly extract water from your structure and dry it quickly and effectively, which can lead to mold and mildew growth.

If this happens, you will need even more professional services to fix your problem. Water can also soak through your floor coverings and into the subfloors, which can eventually cause damage to the spaces below.

This is why when it comes to water damage restoration, you don't call a contractor but you call a professional - you call Chem Master Restoration.

Contact Chem Master Restoration today to learn more about our water damage restoration services.

IICRC-Preferred Service Provider

We are certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) as the preferred provider for insured repairs. Give us a call at (715) 832-7738 for inquiries.

Why should you contact Chem Master Restoration right away?

What You Should Do

  • Call us
  • Turn off or stop the source of water, if it's possible
  • Turn off the circuit breakers, if it's safe to do so
  • Remove and secure your small furniture, if this is possible
  • Protect your carpet from staining by using foil or plastic wrap between furniture legs
  • Hang your draperies and pin up your furniture skirts
  • Remove your books, shoes, paper goods, fabrics, and other items that may be damaged by water
  • Remove and secure your valuables and breakables
  • Contact a doctor if you have any health concerns
  • Be cautious of slip hazards
Water Damage Mitigation and Repair in Eau Claire, WI

What You Shouldn't Do

  • Don't use vacuum equipment to remove water
  • Don't place newspapers down on wet surfaces
  • Don't walk across wet surfaces more than necessary
  • Don't activate your building's HVAC system
  • Don't adjust indoor temperatures
  • Don't enter an area with standing water
  • Don't consume any food or use any personal hygiene items in the loss area, especially if it's from an unsanitary source
  • Don't use home fans to dry wet surfaces as this can pose an electrocution hazard
Water Damage Repair in Eau Claire, WI

Proudly Serving the Chippewa Valley and the North Central Areas of Wisconsin

Proudly providing commercial and residential disaster restoration, carpet cleaning, rug cleaning and COVID-19 cleaning and sanitizing to Chippewa, Eau Claire and Dunn Counties.

  • Eau Claire
  • Chippewa Falls
  • Altoona
  • Fall Creek
  • Menomonie
  • Elk Mound
  • Bloomer
  • Durand
  • Osseo
  • Eleva
  • Chetek
  • Rice Lake
  • Birchwood
  • Stanley
  • Thorp
  • Cadott
Chem Master Restoration Service Area

Are you ready? Contact us now!

Fast water extraction and dryout is key to preventing escalating damage and dangerous mold growth.