Water Damage

All American Remediation Certified Professionals have the expertise and equipment to quickly restore your property to pre water damage condition. They use a scientific approach to water removal and water cleanup that emphasizes monitoring and documenting the drying process from beginning to end.

  • 24/7 Emergency Service
  • Faster to Any Disaster
  • Highly Trained Water Damage Restoration Technicians
  • A Trusted Leader in the Water Damage Restoration Industry
  • Locally Owned and Operated
  • Advanced Water Inspection, Extraction & Drying Equipment
  • Serving Northern Wisconsin
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Water Damage Repair in Northern Wisconsin

According to the CDC you should keep the moisture levels in your inhabitable spaces between 40% to 60%. However, when something goes wrong...flood, leaks, broken pipes...the moisture levels can become greatly elevated. You need the company that can respond immediately and has the expertise and equipment to properly restore your property. Obviously, standing water will damage flooring, drywall and other similar materials on your property; but just the elevated moisture content in the air can lead to future issues such as MOLD!

Friendly, Dedicated Service

Whether from a broken pipe, burst washing machine hose or water heater, or natural flooding you need professional water extraction and often structural drying to prevent crumbling drywall, warped and cracking wood, and a need for mold remediation. Sewage backups are clearly a health problem, but even water from clean sources becomes loaded with bacteria and viruses in just 24 hours. So there's a lot more involved than just pumping out water. Our specialized equipment and years of experience and training make all the difference between a quick recovery and a slow and much more expensive restoration.

Service Areas:

Tomahawk, Rhinelander, Minocqua, Merrill, Wausau, Lake Tomahawk, Woodruff, Lac Du Flambeau, Eagle River, St. Germain, Hazelhurst, Antigo, Elcho, Park Falls, Rib Lake, Phelps, Phillips, Crandon, Prentice, Mercer, and Land O' Lakes.