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Hi, I have one room in my basement that's carpeted and has flooded maybe 14 x 18, surrounding areas were concrete so no damage there, but the carpet is soaked. Just discovered last night and tried to extract some of the water with a home shampooer, but it needs to be professionally dried out ASAP. Thanks!

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We have a history of over flood furnace water. Now after the last big storm we can see mud through cracks in the basement wall.

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1.20 Looking for a general contractor/electrician/foundation speacialist in Charleston, WV area?

Q. Buying a house, and the home inspection has uncovered some potential issues. It's been a real pain in the butt to get someone to go out and review the inspector's findings. I have posted the report with pictures on profiles.yahoo.com/chuckynjwvu The projectis very time-sensetive. I need to know if I should even bother buying that house. Thanks

A. Try the link below and start calling numbers, someone will know someone that can help you. Good luck. At the very least, the problems involved should save you enough money to put towards resolving the issues. If you don't feel comfortable, move on. Buying a home is a 30 year investment, and the market value will increase, unless it BURNS to the ground. I tried to look at your pictures but the files won't open. You may need to retry, or e-mail them to me, I'll take a look and give you an opinion. Background: In and around construction my whole life, 3 years working for Connectiv, 2 years in school studying electrical construction, 15 years flooring, commercial and residential, 2 years as production manager for a mold remediation, fire and water damage restoration company, currently the division manager of a large flooring distributor / contractor. Electric, plumbing, framing, concrete, damage that can result from fire and water, and poor workmanship. I can't fix it for you. But I'll give you an honest professional evaluation.

1.20 What rights does a consumer have in getting an estimate from a water damage restoration company?

Q. I was hit by the floods in the Midwest from the heavy rainstorms a couple weeks back. A resoration company came out and refused to provide me with a written estimate at the time of arrival (promised to fax me one when they got back to the office). They told me they would set up the equipment (dehumidifiers & fans) to draw the water out while they worked on the estimate because the water was so bad. They didn't provide it to me for 3 days and it was 5 times the price of what another franchisee had quoted of the same company. I immediately told them to remove all equipment and I wouldn't work with them, now they are trying to get me to pay 75% of the "estimate" because they did "work"?

A. The list should grow, but I would start with 1- the better business bureau 2-your state attorney general 3-your local county attorney 4-your local newspaper 5-call FEMA, they may can help 6- your rep and senator, this may be federal violation If they are 5 times as high, chances are they have jacked prices because of the flood, this is not good. I have told people that I dont mind being the highest bid , just as long as I am not twice as high. My theory is you get what you pay for , but this falls out of this catagory. Good luck with your project, come back and tell how it turned out. As good as you can,,Have a great day, dont loose faith in mankind because of these crooks

1.20 Sever water damage restoration.?

Q. I was rehabbing an old building for my land lord over the winter. It's a four unit building with two units on the second floor and two units on the first floor. One of the second floor units went without heat over the winter resulting in the toilet line cracking. Water flooded the upstairs unit so bad that the unit below was completely destroyed. The ceiling collapsed in several rooms, the walls are bubbled out beyond repair and the hardwood floors seem to be ruined. When I first walked in it was literally raining on the first floor. Everything has now dried out for the most part. The entire unit needs gutted and everything replaced for the most part. My question is what to do about the mildew/mold issue. What steps MUST be taken to ensure proper repair and eliminate future problems and health concerns? Also, is it possible to save hardwood floors after they have been completely saturated? This is a brick building built in 1920's so we're dealing with older construction (i.e. plaster, real wood etc). The door frames absorbed so much water that the doors will no longer close. This job may require more than I care to embark on but I would like to know what is required in this case. Thanks!

A. Take it down to the studs everything gets trashed traet the studs with bleach and water in a two cal sprayer let dry rebuild

1.20 I clean carpets & do water restoration with my truck mounted equipment and wanna start with cars. Price Ideas?

Q. I've been in business doing alot of Carpet Cleaning & Water Damage Restoration Since 2005. I'm 19 years old and its my fathers business, he started it in 1995 and we have lots of commercial work. He went full time in 2005 and in 5 years he has gotten many Big accounts with commercial business. He makes great money but I just started with him full time in 2008, and he'll hand me $100 for 3 hours of work on a $1500 job or pay me $10 an hour when we do a bunch of small jobs throughout the day. I work no more than 20 hours a week and I have plenty of time in a week to bring in extra cash. I'm currently making around $2k a month but I'm still unable to keep up with my expenses. So my uncle who owns a body shop told me that since my truck has a fresh water tank, suction, and makes up to 1000 psi ($15k van mounted machine) I could go talk to all the owners at all the used car lots around town and see if they need anything done. We even have a 2 million dollar insurance policy. I have all the knowledge and capabilities of performing any kind of auto detail work and maintenance but I dont know how to go about charging for auto services, any ideas? Services may include: Interior Clean and/or detail Exterior Clean and/or detail Wax Engine Cleaning Upholstery Steam Cleaning Every Afternoon they may want me to rinse and squeegee all the vehicles to keep them clean!!!

A. I would check out what your competitors are charging. Look up an auto detail company like a car wash etc in your area. You will need to be competitive. Good luck with your new venture!

1.20 Should Landlord Insurance cover hotel stay for temporary housing?

Q. Due to water pipe damaged caused by roofers I have endured 35 of water damage restoration. Now my landlord told me that my two dogs and I need to be out of my apartment for 2 1/2 days for my hallway hardwood floors to be replaced. My landlord said her insurance won't cover a hotel for me and I would need to find some place to stay. I seems unfair that I have to inconvenience my friends or pay for hotel out of my own pocket. I live in California. 35 days of demolition and repairs when initially told 7 - 10 days. And I don't have renters insurance

A. No, their insurance does not pay anything for your stay, YOUR insurance does. However, she has to prorate your rent for those days.

1.00 Would knowledge of previous water damage affect your decision to purchase a condo?

Q. If you also know that the repairs have been completed by a qualified restoration company --- would the knowledge of the previous damage cause you to not want to purchase the home or condo? Would it affect the price you were willing to pay?

A. Not at all, if proper repairs were made and the cause of the leak remedied as well. There is no reduction in value because of a previous damage situation, as long as the unit was restored to the original or better condition during the repair.

1.00 Air Condition Water Leak into Carpet?

Q. I have a question, should i call a restoration company if my air condition leaked water into the carpet? The damage is not major but a few spots that are squishy when stepped on. My husband doesn't think it is that bad and can be dried by our own fans and treated with a fungal spray.

A. I would think you could just clean it up. You need to find out why the A/C is not draining properly. If it's a window unit it may not be sloped properly or the drain may be plugged internally.

1.00 Is my engine seized (200ci ford)?

Q. Ok, my story starts with my 66 mustang with the original 200ci i6 in the engine bay. Any way, I've been restoring it and have now started rebuilding the engine. Since begining the restoration, i have tried to fire the engine once. But, ( i stupidly ) pulled the head and put a new gasket on without checking to see if i took the old head gasket off. Anyway, we tried to fire it up and found it had a bad coil, so i replaced the coil and tried to start the engine again, but this time it wouldn't budge. The starter wont engage and when i tried to turn it over by hand, it wouldn't budge. So i took the head back off and thats when i found two head gaskets on it by my mistake. Also, i found some coolant in the oil ( which i think is caused by the double head gaskets ). This leads me to my questions. 1. Will two head gaskets damage the engine? 2. Is the engine seized, and if so how to fix it?

A. Yup 2 "new" head gaskets, properly torqued...no problem. But you have coolant (water) probably rusted the rings to the cylinder walls. Take the head off...soak the rings in PB Blaster or Marvem Mystery Oil.... wait a few hours...tap firmly on pistons with rubber mallet...careful,they are aluminum then try turning again. repeat.... dont bust the bolt in the harmonic balancer trying to turn it over. you will have to hone out any rust rings in the cylinders.

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