Dalworth Restoration Crews are certified through the IICRC and receive specialized training at our Dallas/Fort Worth Restoration Facility. Our technicians are trained to professionally perform water damage restoration services according to the best practices and ANSI/IICRC S500 standards. Technicians are available 24/7 for emergency water removal, cleanup and content repair, as well as rebuild and restore your water or flood damaged property to pre-loss condition.

Mr. Restore is a water damage restoration company that serves the Dallas area. We have more than 50 years of experience in restoration and reconstruction. We can be of assistance during stressful disaster situations. Our dedicated team is committed to handling every project with precision and care, as well as delivering the best customer service around. No matter what your emergency might be, whether it’s water damage as the result of leaking pipes, sink or toilet overflow, or broken appliances, our team is here for you to offer high-quality restoration services at affordable prices.
Position the drywall section in the opening, and use a helper to hold the new drywall in place. Install fasteners through the drywall into the wall or ceiling framing. You can use drywall nails or drywall screws. Screws are better because they cause much less damage to the internal structure of the drywall sheet during installation. Install fasteners every 9 inches on the perimeter, and every 12 inches in the field. If necessary, use a piece of plywood or one-by lumber for a backing and fastening surface behind any drywall edges that don't fall over framing.
What do you do when you have a flood in your home? Call a company you can trust. Dalworth's water damage and restoration professionals are certified, bonded and insured for your security and peace of mind. Our experts understand the last thing you need is more stress when your home or business floods. Whether it's a water leak from a burst kitchen pipe or flooding from a natural disaster, contact Dalworth Restoration for your water damage restoration, water cleanup and removal or disaster cleanup services in your North Texas town.
Ice dams and other roof problems can also cause water damage to siding materials as well. Here, the biggest danger is water seeping in behind your siding and causing permanent damage to more vulnerable materials. So if this happens, you will need to remove or replace the siding quickly before rot sets in. Water can also seep in behind faux stone and other external walls around your home. So it’s important to be thorough in this inspection.
Water is pumped out of your home or property to our recovery tank mounted inside our truck, ready for proper disposal. Standing water is removed, allowing our water extraction team inside your property to assess damage to all structures, furniture, and personal items, inspect your property to traces of mold, and to set up equipment designed to quickly dry the property.
Our technicians are certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), which is the hallmark of professional knowledge in the cleaning and restoration industry. You will be able to tell the difference: Rainbow International emergency water damage crews use state-of-the-art equipment and we employ Rapid Structural Drying techniques to dry your structure as quickly and completely as possible.
Mold is a major-league nuisance. It blackens the grout lines in your shower, discolors drywall, shows up as black spots on siding, darkens decks, and grows on and rots damp wood everywhere. Even worse, it can be bad for your health. Mold releases microscopic spores that cause allergic reactions, runny noses and sneezing, as well as irritating, even injurious, odors. We’ll cover how to remove mold, how to get rid of black mold, how to kill mold on wood and what kills mold in a few steps.
Once any standing water has been removed, it’s time to start drying out the home. Your contractor will bring in different types of air movers (think of these like glorified fans) to help circulate airflow throughout the room. Don’t be surprised if they need to lift up a section of the carpet or position one of the air movers at certain sections of the walls to ensure air is getting to the most saturated parts of the room. If you have hardwood floors, they may use floor mats which help draw the water out of the floor. If needed, they might even remove the baseboards and drill holes into the drywall to help the walls dry faster. While some of these methods may sound extreme, they’re making every effort to dry the home without having to demolish and rebuild, which could add multiple weeks to the project timeline and become very costly.

High-quality mold repairs are consistently achieved with the DME ProWeld Micro-Welding System from Milacron. ProWeld provides precision results that increase mold life after every repair. The system is safe and easy to operate, and reduces repair costs by up to 85% with special metal alloys developed for all conventional types of steel. The ProWeld System emits almost no heat and is suitable for all forms of mold damage. There is no need for other types of welding (i.e. TIG, argon, laser welding) so the system emits no harmful welding fumes or toxic gases. Many customers report that the ProWeld System returns its investment cost well within a year of its purchase.
Dalworth Restoration Crews are certified through the IICRC and receive specialized training at our Dallas/Fort Worth Restoration Facility. Our technicians are trained to professionally perform water damage restoration services according to the best practices and ANSI/IICRC S500 standards. Technicians are available 24/7 for emergency water removal, cleanup and content repair, as well as rebuild and restore your water or flood damaged property to pre-loss condition.
Mildew is a surface type of mold that won’t damage your home’s structure. But other types of mold cause rot. Remove mildew from wood when you probe the suspect area with a screwdriver or other sharp tool (Photo 3). If the wood is soft or crumbles, the fungi have taken hold and rot has begun. We’ll show you how to remove mold from wood in a few steps.

Showers, tubs, sinks, toilets, windows, and doors. Water leaks around bathtubs, showers, sinks, and toilets can cause damage because the leak is often out of sight. To prevent leaks, make sure you have a watertight seal of caulk around tubs, sinks, toilets, tubs, shower stalls, windows, and doors. Cracks or mold on caulk or tile grout may indicate that you don't have a watertight seal. Remove all caulk or grout, clean and dry the surface thoroughly, and apply fresh caulk. Don't apply new caulk or grout on top of the old materials.


Gray water contains a significant level of contamination and has the potential to cause discomfort or sickness if consumed by or exposed to humans. Gray water may contain chemicals, bio-contaminants (fungal, bacterial, viral, algae), or other contaminants. Examples include: discharge from dishwashers or washing machines, overflows from washing machines, overflows from toilet bowls with some urine (no feces), sump pump failures, seepage due to hydrostatic pressure, broken aquariums, and punctured water beds. Gray water that remains untreated for longer than 48 hours may escalate to Category 3.
Indoor and outdoor pipes and faucets. Routinely check indoor pipes under cabinets and sinks for leaks, rust, and any signs of deterioration. Minimize the potential for water damage from frozen and broken outdoor pipes by insulating supply lines (in attics, crawlspaces, and exterior walls), protecting exposed outdoor faucets, sealing gaps in exterior walls, and maintaining adequate heat in your home.
Ice dams and other roof problems can also cause water damage to siding materials as well. Here, the biggest danger is water seeping in behind your siding and causing permanent damage to more vulnerable materials. So if this happens, you will need to remove or replace the siding quickly before rot sets in. Water can also seep in behind faux stone and other external walls around your home. So it’s important to be thorough in this inspection.
Our highly trained technicians are ready to respond immediately to flood or water damage at your Columbus property. We have the experience, expertise, and training to restore your home or business quickly and properly. We use advanced inspection and extraction equipment to find the water and remove it as quickly as possible. Our technicians will monitor and document the drying process to ensure your property is back to normal.
Dealing with disasters such as flooding, fire, sewage, and more can be stressful. Often, these situations occur unexpectedly – do you know who to call if it happens to you? 1-800 WATER DAMAGE is the trusted name in restoration services. We have over a decade of industry-leading experience and are backed by BELFOR, the world’s largest property restoration company. Our highly-trained professionals have the tools and knowledge necessary to get your property looking like new again.
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