Click here to expand details on our 8-step process to get you back to normal again

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    Step one: Thorough inspection to confirm the source and extent of the water damage.
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    Step two: Immediate relocation of undamaged or restorable contents and furnishings to an unaffected area, including full documentation.
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    Step three: Initial extraction of excess standing water to prevent further migration.
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    Step four: Relocation of non-salvageable contents and furnishings, including full documentation of items of value.
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    Step five: Removal of any non-salvageable building materials and fixtures or salvageable fixtures when required to address inaccessible wet or suspected wet areas.
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    Step six: Final extraction and detailed cleaning of entire work area, including hospital grade sanitization of remaining affected structure.
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    Step seven: Placement of mechanical drying equipment to rapidly remove moisture trapped in the remaining structure. We back our drying services with a one year warranty against mold and other secondary damage.
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    Step eight: Restoring your damaged home to its original condition. The experts at 24/7 Flood and Fire can do it all, from drywall patching and painting, to restoring hardwood floors and replacing cabinetry. We’ll restore your damaged areas to pre-loss or better condition, guaranteed!

Sammamish Water Removal


Flooding, whether brought on by heavy rains or burst pipes, can wreak havoc on your property. Water removal must be done quickly to mitigate the damage and it also has to be very thorough.

24/7 Flood & Fire offers you expert help for complete water removal in the Sammamish, WA area.

When you call our water damage restoration company, trained technicians reach your side within 90 minutes to start the water extraction and water damage repair work. Our technicians are highly experienced in dealing with water removal and flood cleanup emergencies.

They come prepared with powerful, cutting-edge equipment for extracting water.

We have our professionals work along a detailed 5-step water removal process in your Sammamish property.

It entails:

  • •   Job site inspection and damage assessment
  • •   Water extraction
  • •   Use of drying techniques like evaporation
  • •   De humidification
  • •   Close monitoring of the entire drying and flood cleanup work


Sammamish Water Damage Repair


Our water damage restoration company works with the objective of getting its customers through the experience of a flood with minimal losses. We also restore their property to pre-flooding condition.

The technicians we send over for water damage repair in your Sammamish home or commercial building work as diligently as they would to save their own property and belongings.

They determine the water source behind your problem, be it:

  • •   Flash floods
  • •   Ice dams
  • •   Sewage backups
  • •   Sump pump overflows
  • •   Broken pipes


All visible and hidden damage is assessed so that a proper water damage repair process can be formulated and mold buildup can be prevented.

Our water damage repair work in your Sammamish property focuses on quick water removal to prevent irreparable damage to your flooring, walls, furniture, appliances, business equipment, personal belongings, etc.

Hazardous waste, if present, is also cleaned away.

Sammamish Flood Cleanup


We are a one-stop shop for all your flood cleanup and water damage restoration needs. With us, you are spared the hassles of dealing with more than one company for water removal, flood cleanup, and water damage repair needed to restore the affected areas.

Our flood cleanup procedures are quite comprehensive and remove every trace of water damage from your property. Choosing us for flood cleanup in Sammamish also gets you the benefits of:

  • •   Quick and stress-free job completion
  • •   Assistance with the insurance process
  • •   Affordable prices


Call 24/7 Flood & Fire at (253) 218-3588 for water damage repair services in Sammamish.