Water damage restoration removal, and Extraction in Cedar Park Reconstruction Service Pros specializes in commercial and residential fire, smoke, water, mold, and storm restoration. We offer our top-notch water damage restoration service for the residents of Texas and its surrounding cities.Water Damage and Roofing of Austin values consistency, passion, safety and unmatched craftsmanship. Aside from being the trusted contractor, repair and water damage restoration company, Water Damage and Roofing of Austin is also the leader when it comes to quality service in the field of house or roof related repairs.Here are five things that every homeowner needs to know about water damage. 1. There are different insurance policies for flood damage and water damage. You might think that water is water, whether it’s from flooding or a burst pipe, but flood damage is not covered under homeowner’s insurance.Water Damage Restoration and Roofing of Austin also provides residential and commercial roofing services. Our technicians also perform roof repairs, as well as siding and many other services. We do free Inspections, so if you think your roof has been damaged by one off the recent storms call us today.To see your two designated days-per-week outdoor watering schedule, tips for water waste prevention, educational guides, LCRA rebate information and to report water waste violations, please visit Cedar Park’s water thrifty websiteWe, at Water Damage and Roofing of Austin, understand that in cases of water damage, it is vital to act fast. Aside from leaks and further possible damage, stagnant water and moisture create the best environment for bacteria and mold. Not addressing this quickly can lead to more damage and a substantially higher cost.To ensure the roof is 100% water tight, the roofers will perform a flood test and then an infrared scan and ensure everything inside the school is dry. We experienced a heavy rain downpour on October 8, 2019 and the roof held up to the wind and water – which is a good test in advance of the flood test.The initial dangers of a roof leak are damage to the attic area and items stored there. If there is no attic, or the size of the leak is really big, it will damage the interior ceiling. affected ceiling paint will darken and ceiling plaster may bubble and expand. The leaking water also will damage paint and plaster on nearby walls.