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Rytech Indianapolis Water Damage and Mold Remediation
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Lots of love for our Operations Manager, Mr. Joe Ramey. He won the corporate award for excellent service! We'll have the belt at our shop till next round. Good luck, Joe!
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The average life expectancy for a water heater is about 8 to 12 years. This can vary, depending on water quality, installation, location, and maintenance. If your water heater is getting on in years, keep a close eye out until you're able to replace it.

This customer in the 46250 area of Indianapolis, returned home to discover their water heater had failed that day.. leaking gallons of water onto the floors of the main level. You can imagine the water damage this would've caused, had the water heater been located on an upper level.

If you suspect or notice any signs of a failing water heater, call your trusted plumber today.
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8/6/18
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Have you discovered mold damage to your property from an HVAC water leak? This can occur any time your indoor HVAC unit leaks for a length of time. Sometimes, you aren't aware of the problem until there are signs of water damage to adjacent drywall or flooring materials.

Here are some photos from a recent mold remediation job we completed for a customer in the 46217 area of Indianapolis.

Call us to schedule an assessment appointment. We will work with your insurance company, and connect you with qualified tradesmen throughout the process.
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8/1/18
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We take on larger commercial jobs from time to time. This particular job was due to a fire and affected multiple units of the apartment building. Although water damage is our specialty, our team is qualified to handle large demolition jobs due to any type of damage.

Contact us today, if you own or manage commercial properties and would like to join our Emergency Response Program.
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6/29/18
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No one wants to come home to a water damage issue. Especially three floors of water damaged drywall, paint, and carpet! Unfortunately, this is pretty common because most people are away from home during the day.

Cracked toilet tank, washing machine drain back up, dishwasher leak.. there are many possible sources. These photos are from a toilet tank malfunction on the top floor of the home. Water overflowed and ran down through each level of the home while the owners were at work.

If this happens to you, we're here to help. Stop the water leak source if you can, or contact a plumber right away. Then, give us a call for immediate emergency service to start the drying process as quickly as possible. We'll even help you work with your insurance adjuster, to provide everything required for your claim.
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6/25/18
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Although our goal is to demo as little as possible on each water damage job, sometimes there's no way around it to get the job done right. Rest assured, we will take care to protect the surrounding area from further damage as we demo.

This particular job, was due to a water overflow in an upper level bathroom while the owner was away from home. Water will travel quickly, and soaks everything in it's path. While it's unfortunate when we have to remove drywall, it's necessary to make sure damaged materials are removed for proper structural drying and the homeowner's safety.
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6/8/18
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We've been sharing tips on preventing water damage from A/C condensate lines the past couple of weeks. This job is a good example of what can happen if that drain line becomes clogged, especially if your unit is on the second floor.
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6/4/18
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Summer heat has already hit Indy hard this year. Since the indoor air handler on your air conditioner can pull up to 20 gallons of water out of the air in your home, it's also a possible source of water damage.

Check out this episode of "What Does the Foxx Say?" for more details, and a few tips on preventing A/C water damage.
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Summer heat has arrived to Indy, and with it comes the possibility of water damage from leaking air conditioning systems. Typically, from cracked or corroded drip pans or clogged condensate lines.

Best ways to avoid this problem:

1. Check the condensate drip pan and drain line regularly.
2. Consider an automatic shut-off switch.
3. Get regular A/C service.
4. Change dirty air filters.

More details on each of these tips at our blog, linked below.
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We're very excited to capture our 5th five star customer review with Guild Quality!

If you'd like to read more about what our customers say about our work, the public profile page is located here:

https://www.guildquality.com/cr/Rytech-North-Metro-Indy/3MM14393104535KB2

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