It is not uncommon for water utility lines to be hidden within the walls of Waterbury homes and businesses, as this provides a more pleasing aesthetic as well as functionality. When pipes burst, as is common for homes with inadequate insulation on water lines during cold snaps in the winter, these hidden pipes create substantial water concerns within wall systems. Structural cavities can hold a considerable amount of water by itself, and these materials in a wall system can require removal and replacement with enough exposure. These elements include:
- Wood Framing
- Exterior Materials
Water damage reconstruction for Waterbury homes involves a calculated demolition approach that removes only the compromised portions of the structure. Pieces of drywall get removed to where a dryline has been established, and wet insulation and damp and damaged wood framing can get cut out and discarded. Even as fast as our Connecticut Reconstruction Services team can remove ruined materials, it is a careful process designed to ensure that rebuilding is fast and cost-effective.
Can Remodeling Happen At This Time?
Once materials have gotten discarded and the damaged area is cleaned and ready for reinstallation, we work closely with customers to meet their needs both in matching existing materials for partial build-backs or beginning a new construction project with the blank slate that the water disaster provided through the demolition. Once wall systems have gotten removed, it can be an ideal time to consider changing the layout of your house to suit your needs at this time better. We have design professionals as well as experienced building trade professionals to help your property, however it needs.
No matter how destructive water can be to a home, you can always count on our experienced Connecticut Reconstruction Services contractors to help make it “Even Better Than Before.” Give us a call today at (203) 239-0040.
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