• Water extraction.
  • Fast and accurate moisture metering.
  • Mold and bacteria prevention, containment, and removal.
  • Structural drying.
  • Cleaning and restoration for all water needs: 

    • 1) Clean Water (kitchen, bathroom, and laundry).
    • 2) Storm/rain runoff.
    • 3) Sewer and septic.

  • Professional inspection of structural stability and safety.
  • Content packing, moving, and storing.
  • Content storage. Easy to sort and organize personal container “portable” storage (all-steel weatherproof units). Secured units, easy to move to and from construction sites.

Process and Follow-up Customer Service

  • SB Restoration Services uses commercial extraction and drying equipment for a safe and successful restoration.
  • Free estimates.
  • Insurance claims specialization.
  • Permitting and inspection coordination.
  • Extended product and workmanship warranties.
  • Regulations are followed strictly in handling, transporting, and disposing water damaged waste.
  • SB Restoration facility storage is secured gated with video surveillance.


There are safety precautions to follow for a successful water extraction.

Cleaning the three types of water damage; clean water, grey water, and black water.

Clean Water

Water that does not pose a hazard to humans is classified as clean water (drinking water).

  • Use a standard cleaning and drying processes.

Grey Water

Water that has some form of contamination would be considered grey water (ground water seepage, sump pump failures, water from a washing machine, etc.).

  • Professional cleaning and drying are recommended due to the degree of contamination that can cause sickness or discomfort when consumed or exposed to.

Black Water

Water that is grossly unsanitary (sewage, flooding from rivers or streams, standing water, etc.) 

  • Professional cleaning and drying are required due to high contamination that can cause death or serious illness if consumed or exposed to.

Rapid Response Is Critical

Water damage can cause bacteria to form. Improper drying creates mold, but over drying can cause structural damage. If not properly treated, mold can render a home uninhabitable (structurally unsafe).

In a few short hours water destroys your property; your furniture, collectibles, precious mementoes, unique family heirlooms, and important papers – items that can never be replaced.

Mold can result from improper drying.

Mold forms quickly in damp/flooded areas, sewer backup, leaky roofs and pipes, and any areas accumulating excess humidity.

Mold thrives in damp environments.

  • Outside and behind walls.
  • Within a shower/bathtub enclosure.
  • Windows.
  • In a ventilation system (duct work).
  • Attics, crawl spaces, and other hidden areas of your home or business.


Separate into two categories and begin the restoration process.

  1. Undamaged in good condition that can be stored.
  2. Damaged items that must be restored (begin to dry).

  • Remove brass and copper (immediately clean to avoid etching).
  • Remove firearms (immediately dry and oil to avoid rust and pitting).
  • Remove standing water with a wet dry vacuum and set up fans to get the air moving.
  • Dry wet items (clothing, area rugs, paperwork, photos, etc.) quickly to prevent mold and mildew.
  • Place aluminum foil under furniture legs, remove wet rugs and carpet.
  • Rescue and place in a secured location drivers licenses, financial records, insurance policies, birth certificates, passports, medical records, titles, deed and mortgage documents, tax information, credit cards, blank checks, cash, jewelry, etc.


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