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Water Damage Restoration Services in Cincinnati

Rainbow Restoration® of Cincinnati knows that having to deal with water damage is overwhelming, especially if it impacts the structural integrity of your commercial property. 

We can return your building to its original state, regardless if you’re experiencing water damage from natural disasters, defective appliances, plumbing problems, roof leaks, and more.

We offer exceptional water damage restoration services that are designed to alleviate the effects of water damage. Give us a call to get your business back to its rightful state!

Water Damage Restoration Services in Cincinnati
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  • Broken pipes, sewage backups, and floods along the Ohio River are common sources of water damage in Cincinnati, Ohio. If you’re going through the unthinkable, we’re here to take care of your water damage restoration needs.

    We pride ourselves on our four-step restoration process.

  • Our technicians will inspect your property to find the source of the damage, examine the extent of it, and create a custom plan to remedy the problem.
  • We then use industry-approved pumps and vacuums to get rid of water from your building and regulate moisture levels to ensure that all water is gone.

    Note: Items that can’t be restored to their like-new condition will be thrown away to prevent mold growth.

  • Keep in mind that conducting water extraction alone will not restore your property to its original state. We also use specialized dryers and dehumidifiers to dry affected items and stop mold from forming.

    It’s imperative to have a remediation plan in place since mold develops within 24 to 48 hours of water accumulation, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency(EPA).

  • To finish, we’ll sanitize and clean all spaces affected by water damage, remove odors, and improve air quality to ensure that mold doesn’t form or spread. We’ll also recover as many of your personal belongings as possible.
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FAQs about Water Damage Restoration

  • Porous items (e.g., insulation, fabric, and carpet) must be replaced because water destroys these types of materials.

Residential and Commercial Services

From water damage restoration, fire damage restoration, mold removal, to specialty cleaning services, we have the expertise property owners can trust for complete restoration and cleaning after a disaster or emergency.

Customer Reviews

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    I always recommend Matt at Rainbow. I've received multiple compliments from my insured's letting me know what a great job they have done, and how quickly they were able to get the job done. I highly recommend this company to anyone looking for a fast, honest, & reliable restoration contractor.

    Tara S.
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    I highly recommend Rainbow Restoration! They did an excellent job and were able to fit us in right after I called and their rates were by far the best I found. They take great pride in their work and that was apparent on the job they did.

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    I just want to thank Mr. Al Watson, General Manager, and his crew for all their hard work they are doing at this present time to get my parents house back in good condition after our house fire we had.

    Kevin J.
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