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Water damage can strike your home or business unexpectedly, resulting in significant issues that can create a variety of health and safety hazards. At Dayspring Restoration, our company is the leading provider of water damage restoration services, including 24/7 emergency services and appliance failure restoration, for customers in Bozeman, Missoula, Livingston, Butte, Billings, and other cities we serve throughout Montana.

For more than three decades, our RIA-certified crews have set the industry standard in Montana for superior water damage restoration services. Our time-tested and top-notch water damage clean-up process allows us to provide a comprehensive array of services that will return your property to its original condition. When you need our help, call 406-248-1834 or contact us to make an appointment today.

Why Choose Professional Water Damage Restoration

We understand that as a homeowner or business owner, your first response to a water emergency might be “I can fix this.” However, there are many good reasons why you should step aside and let the water damage restoration professionals at Dayspring handle the job.

Water Damage Restoration

Protect Your Property

A professional in water damage restoration company knows how to minimize the damage to your property. At Dayspring Restoration, we offer 24/7 emergency response services. We can be there immediately and begin working to stop the spread of water damage. You might not be able to do much more than throw down a few towels, but we have the proper tools to contain and remove the water. We also have experience and training in how water infiltrates homes. We can work to stop water taking paths you might not think of.

Accurately Assess Damage

How much damage did water really do to your home or business? You might not be able to look at a piece of wood or drywall and tell whether it’s structurally compromised, but at Dayspring Restoration, our experts know when water damage requires additional repairs and when we can simply dry it thoroughly and perform cosmetic restoration. Let us assess your damage, and you’ll know the full extent of the damage to your property.

Repairs Done Right

Once we assess the need for repairs, we know how to perform those repairs to make your home or business as good as new. This includes making repairs in areas that you can’t see, such as wall cavities and subflooring.

We Can Deal with Your Insurance Company

You only deal with your insurance company when you have a problem, which is hopefully not very often. However, at Dayspring Restoration, we deal with insurance companies every day. We know how to properly document damage, file claims, and report repairs to ensure you get paid the amount you deserve after your water damage incident.

Get Life Back to Normal

Without a professional response, water damage to your home or business can hang over your head. Without specialized equipment, it’s hard to be sure that the restoration process was handled correctly. You may wonder if there are ongoing concerns. Did the water start the growth of mold in your home? Did the water weaken a load-bearing wall? Is that new creaky spot on the floor a sign that the floorboards are weakened? Let a professional handle the repairs to give you peace of mind. You’ll be able to put this entire incident behind you much faster.

Our Water Damage Restoration Process

Water damage restoration is a complicated process that involves several crucial steps. Our technicians will implement the following process, adhering to industry best practices at all times, to make your home or business as good as new.

Our Water Damage Restoration Process

Water Cleanup

Once water enters your home, it’s important to remove it as quickly as possible. When we arrive, we’ll immediately start removing water from your home. This reduces and contains the damage from any flooding incident.

Dayspring Restoration maintains a large inventory of air movers, as well as desiccant and refrigeration dehumidification equipment for use by our experts in handling the water damage restoration needs of your home or business. We’re also able to remove and dispose of sewage backup in your home.

Water Damage Inspection

Once the water’s gone, we can inspect your home or business for water damage to determine its extent and type. This also includes assessing structural damage that will require critical repairs. We can classify the damage so you know how severe it is and provide estimates for water damage repairs.

Structural Repairs

When water leaks into your home, it can cause structural damage. This structural damage needs to be repaired to protect the safety and value of your home. We can repair or replace damaged floorboards, ceiling joists and wall studs to ensure your home’s structural stability. We can also pull out and replace insulation and drywall damaged by water.

Content Drying

Water gets into everything in your home. This includes your furniture, books, electronics, and more. We know how to effectively dry the contents of your home. We can handle drying different types of materials to ensure they’re fully dry. We can often bring back the pre-damage condition of many belongings in your home. We’re especially skilled at the complex process of electronics recovery.

Insurance Claims

Unfortunately, not all types of water damage are covered by insurance. When insurance does cover your damage, however, we will help you get timely and fair compensation according to the terms of your policy.

We know how to inspect your property and document the damage to communicate it to your insurance company. Then we’ll get an estimate from them and negotiate to get a fair deal for you.

After we perform the restoration work, we’ll help you file the final paperwork to help you get timely compensation from your insurance company.

Causes of Water Damage to Your Home

Precipitation Water Damage

There are three main sources of water damage in your home:

  • Precipitation
  • Groundwater
  • Pipes

When you find water damage in your home, the source isn’t always obvious. If you’re not sure where water is coming from, we can help you track it down.

Precipitation Water Damage

Water damage from precipitation can either come from the roof or from flooding into the basement and ground floor. Rain could be leaking through a poorly installed or worn-out roof. Snow penetration can be more insidious. Sometimes heavy snow accumulation creates water that seeps under roofing shingles and shakes or into seams between roofing material. The snow can create conditions for this by weighing down a part of your roof to create a sunken area where water pools.

Heavy rainstorms and spring runoff often create flooding conditions that affect your house.

Groundwater Infiltration

If you have high groundwater, it can seep into your basement through the walls or floor. Because this type of water damage is gradual and begins in hidden areas, you might not notice it for a long time. By the time you see this type of water damage, it might be widespread behind the walls or under the flooring.

Burst and Leaking Pipes

Indoor plumbing is normally a blessing, but when it goes wrong, it can seem the worst curse in your life. When water pipes leak or burst, they can deliver damaging amounts of water to your home very quickly – or very subtly. Either way, the damage to your home can be extensive. We can deal with many types of burst or leaking pipes, including water lines, sewer lines, and appliance lines, such as water heaters, dishwashers, refrigerators, and air conditioners.

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Water Damage Restoration & Cleanup Services Offered by Dayspring Restoration

At Dayspring Restoration, we offer comprehensive water damage restoration services to address any water-related issues impacting your home or business. These services include:

  • 24-hour emergency water extraction
  • Applied structural drying
  • Contents removal and off-site drying
  • Wall cavity drying
  • Non-intrusive and intrusive testing for moisture and humidity
  • Refrigerant and desiccant dehumidification
  • Hardwood floor drying and restoration
  • Sewage mitigation and sanitation
  • Mold remediation

Trust Dayspring for Your Water Damage Restoration Needs in Bozeman, Livingston, Missoula, & Butte

At Dayspring Restoration, our RIA-certified restoration experts have more than three decades of experience providing the best available water damage restoration services for homeowners and business owners in Bozeman, Missoula, Livingston, Butte, and the surrounding areas. To learn more about our products and services, give us a call today at 406-248-1834 or contact us to make an appointment.

Water Damage Restoration FAQ

Water damage restoration is a comprehensive process aimed at restoring your property back to its pre-damage condition after being affected by water or flooding. This multi-step operation involves water removal, drying out the affected areas, cleaning, and repairing and restoring the property, including structural elements and personal content.

Water damage restoration companies specialize in mitigating the effects of water damage. They start by assessing the extent of the damage, followed by water extraction and drying of the affected areas. They also clean and sanitize the property to prevent mold and mildew growth. Finally, they repair or replace damaged materials and structures. These companies are equipped with specialized tools and possess the expertise to handle different levels of water damage efficiently.

The cost of water damage restoration can vary widely depending on several factors, including the extent of the damage, the size of the area affected, the type of water involved (clean, gray, or black water), and the required repairs or replacements. It's important to get an estimate from a professional restoration company to understand the cost for your specific situation.

The length of the water damage restoration process depends on the extent of the damage, the amount of water involved, and how quickly the mitigation process starts. On average, the drying out phase could take from 1 to 3 days. The entire restoration project, including repairs, could take anywhere from a few days to several weeks. Working with a professional restoration team can help expedite the process.

Water damage remediation is similar to water damage restoration, but focuses more on preventing further damage and tackling the root causes. It includes the initial steps of water damage restoration – such as water extraction and drying – and extends to include measures designed to prevent future incidents. This can involve fixing leaks, addressing areas of moisture intrusion, waterproofing, and implementing other preventive measures. Remediation aims not just to fix the current issues, but to ensure the property is protected against potential water damage in the future.

Some of the Reasons You Can Trust Dayspring Restoration

Serving Your Local Area Since 1985
Serving Your Local Area Since 1989
24/7 Emergency Response
24/7 Emergency Response
Insurance Claims Assistance
Insurance Claims Assistance
Licensed, Bonded, and Insured
Licensed, Bonded, and Insured
Advanced Certification Training
Advanced Certification Training
Full-Service Restoration From Demo to Rebuild
Full-Service Restoration From Demo to Rebuild
3D Site Imaging with Docusketch
3D Site Imaging with Docusketch

Reviews From Our Customers

“Following a devastating fire, Dayspring’s ability to pull resources from all over the state within hours was incredible. They had over 50 workers onsite within 2-3 hours! We would never have been able to have our students back in school within 2 days were it not for the quick response and the quality of work provided by them. Their quality of work was excellent!”

Kalli Kind

Kalli Kind

Helena Public Schools

“Over the past eighteen years I have worked with Dayspring on a daily basis. I have worked with them professionally and have had them work for me personally. In both instances I have found them to be professional, courteous, and helpful.”

Bob King

Bob King

State Farm Insurance, Missoula, MT

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