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Flood Damage Restoration in Montana

When a flood damages your property in Montana, you must react quickly to minimize the potential for water damage and mold growth. At Dayspring Restoration, our RIA-certified restoration crews stand ready to provide flood damage restoration services ASAP for your home or business in Bozeman, Missoula, Helena, Butte, and other cities within our service area in Montana.

Our team consists of licensed, bonded, and certified experts who can help you address significant damage and eliminate potential health issues. Our restoration process adheres to all industry best practices, and we offer 24/7 emergency response service. If you experience flood damage at your home or business, call 406-248-1834 or contact us to let us help you make a rapid recovery at your property in Montana.

Benefits of Choosing Dayspring for Flood Damage Restoration

Flood Damage Restoration

Flood damage can absolutely upend your life or your business operations. It’s a risk to your property’s structural integrity, to your personal property, and to the health and safety of your family or employees. With such high stakes, it’s critical to work with leading industry professionals to ensure all work is performed correctly. After a flood strikes your property, trust only the best name in flood damage restoration: Dayspring Restoration.

When you choose Dayspring, you will benefit from our:

  • 24/7 emergency service
  • Fully licensed & insured RIA-certified professionals
  • State-of-the-art equipment
  • Over three decades of experience
  • Rapid restoration process
  • Competitive pricing
  • Comprehensive flood damage restoration service
  • Experience working with insurance companies

Your flood damage can’t wait for regular business hours. Dayspring Restoration responds to your flooding emergency at any time day or night, 365 days a year.

Our restoration professionals are certified to the Restoration Industry Association’s rigorous standards. Plus, they’re fully licensed and insured, so you can trust us with your most precious possessions.

We utilize state-of-the-art equipment to remove water and repair damage: desiccants, refrigeration dehydration, subsurface water extractors, and more!

But tools are only useful in the right hands. We have over three decades of experience in flood damage restoration, so we know how to do the job right.

Our advanced equipment and experienced professionals let us get your repairs done quickly. Get your life or your business back on track, fast!

Our pricing is competitive, making it affordable to get the best in the business for your flood damage. This includes our comprehensive service We don’t stop until the job is fully completed, giving you absolute peace of mind.

Flood damage isn’t always covered by insurance, and when it is, it can be hard to get claims approved. We understand the industry and will do our utmost to ensure that any claims are filed in an accurate and timely fashion, though we cannot guarantee compensation.

Dangers of Flood Damage to Your Home

Water is highly damaging and when it enters your home, it can degrade everything it touches. When your house floods, you need to watch out for:

  • Foundation damage
  • Wiring damage
  • Mold and mildew growth
  • Weakened walls, floors, and ceilings
  • Damaged personal items
  • Plumbing damage

We know how to identify this damage and repair it.

Dangers of Flood Damage to Your Home

Foundation Damage from Flood

Flooding can damage your foundation. The pressure of the water on the foundation can lead to cracking. Water under the foundation can cause it to shift, and flooding can sometimes undermine the foundation. This can become a serious threat to your home or business.

Water Damage to Wiring

The electrical wiring in your home might be harmed by floodwater. Connections can corrode and weaken, which poses a fire threat. Residual water can also cause a short circuit or lead to shocks.

Mold and Mildew After Flooding

A flood often triggers mold and mildew. Within 24 to 48 hours, mold and mildew can begin to grow. The spread of these organisms can damage your home’s structure, lead to unpleasant smells, and can even be a health hazard.

Damage to Floors, Ceilings, and Walls

Water can damage everything it touches. Wooden structures can get weakened by exposure to water. This can lead parts of your house to sink, sag, or even collapse.

Personal Property Damage

When water gets into your home, it gets into everything in your home. Personal items may get damaged, ruining electronics and other items. With proper care, many items can be restored to their previous state, but trying to use them before they’re restored can lead to more damage. In the case of electronics, it can even be dangerous.

Plumbing Damage from Flooding

Plumbing is designed to deal with water from inside, not from outside. When you have flooding, you may see a negative impact on your plumbing, leading to leaks. This isn’t just a risk to indoor plumbing – if you have well water, it may be contaminated after a flood.

Comprehensive Flood Damage Restoration

Flood damage restoration is a complicated process. Our comprehensive approach will follow multiple steps to get your home or business back to normal.

Water Cleanup

With flooding, removing the water is the first critical step. The longer water stays in your home or business, the more damage it will do. We have state-of-the-art tools to remove water from your building to minimize damage.

We will remove all standing water, then begin the process of extracting water from floors and walls, allowing for things to get fully dry.

Water Damage Inspection

Next, we can inspect your property to see how bad the damage is. Our experienced professionals can look at damaged walls to tell you when you can just sand and paint and when you need to tear out structure for more comprehensive repairs. This is more than a visual inspection: we have tools to measure water penetration into walls and other structures.

Structural Repairs

When your house does need structural repairs, we can perform those. This includes replacing wall studs and ceiling and floor joists.

Content Drying

It’s not just your house that can be damaged by flooding. Everything in it can also take serious damage. Furniture, books, pictures, electronics, and more can all be damaged. We have the latest equipment to handle content drying as effectively as modern technology allows. Don’t write off computers full of valuable information: we’re highly skilled at the complex process of electronics recovery.

Insurance Claims

Flood damage is notoriously difficult to get compensation for. Your insurance policy may explicitly exclude flood damage, and even if you have specific flood coverage, insurers may balk at paying what they should.

We can’t guarantee you’ll get compensation from insurance for flood damage. However, if it looks like you have appropriate coverage, we can make sure everything is properly documented and filed on time to give you the best odds of compensation. We can also explain the process to you in jargon-free language to help you understand when you can and can’t expect your insurer to come through.

Water Damage Restoration & Cleanup Services

Water Damage Restoration & Cleanup Services Offered by Dayspring Restoration

At Dayspring Restoration, we offer comprehensive water damage restoration services after flood damage. 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
  • Water damage and standing water removal in a crawlspace

Count on Us for Rapid Flood Damage Restoration

A flood can cause significant damage to your property if you don't take action quickly. At Dayspring Restoration, we can help you get the finest possible outcome with our equipment, experience, and expertise. You can reach us via phone at 406-248-1834 or contact us to make a reservation for services ASAP at your property in Montana.

Flood Damage Restoration FAQs

Water damage is often the result of water coming into your home or business from internal sources, such as a busted pipe, a leaky roof, or an overflowing sink or toilet. On the other hand, flood damage refers to the destruction caused by water from an external source entering your property, usually as the result of a natural disaster like heavy rain, storm surges, or river overflow. Understanding this distinction is critical as it affects how insurance claims are handled and the type of coverage required.

Unfortunately, most standard homeowners' insurance policies do not cover flood damage. Flood coverage is typically offered through a separate policy provided by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) or a private insurer. Homeowners living in flood-prone areas are especially encouraged to consider obtaining flood insurance to ensure comprehensive coverage against all forms of water damage.

Preparing for a flood involves several steps:

  • Understand Your Risk – Check if your area is prone to flooding by consulting flood maps available through local government offices or the NFIP.
  • Get the Right Insurance – Ensure you have flood insurance if you're in a flood-prone area.
  • Protect Your Property – Implement flood-proofing measures such as installing sump pumps, applying sealants to your basement, and ensuring proper drainage around your property.
  • Emergency Preparedness – Have an evacuation plan in place, assemble an emergency kit including water, non-perishable food, medications, and important documents in waterproof containers.
  • Stay Informed – Monitor weather forecasts and sign up for local alerts to stay informed about potential flood threats.

Floods can cause extensive and varied types of damage, including:

  • Structural Damage – Weakening of a building’s foundation, roof, walls, and other structural components due to prolonged water exposure.
  • Electrical Damage – Risks of short circuits or fire hazards from water contact with electrical systems and appliances.
  • Mold and Mildew Growth – Excess moisture from flooding creates ideal conditions for mold and mildew proliferation, posing health risks and further property damage.
  • Contaminant Spread – Floodwaters often carry mud, bacteria, and hazardous chemicals that contaminate surfaces, requiring professional cleaning and restoration services.
  • Furniture and Contents Damage – Water-soaked furniture, electronics, and personal belongings may be unsalvageable or require specialized cleaning techniques.

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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