From the wrath of Mother Nature to a plumbing emergency, when disaster strikes in the Irvine area, you want a disaster recovery and water damage company you can trust. You need a full-service restoration team that guarantees a fast response. And, most importantly, you deserve restoration experts willing to do whatever it takes to give business and homeowners in Irvine peace of mind during a very stressful time.
Our Irvine team will connect with you within 24 hours.
ATI’s Irvine office has provided disaster recovery and water damage restoration services to businesses and residents for over 30 years. From storm damage and roof leaks to sewage backups and fire damage, ATI’s emergency services are available 24/7, 365 days a year.
As the nation’s largest family-operated disaster recovery and water damage company, ATI’s highly trained technicians consistently exceed industry expectations and professional standards.
Our restoration specialists have the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC) and are regularly trained on the most up-to-date restoration processes and industry trends. Our emergency services, repair services, and cleanup services are always completed with diligence and attention to detail.
In the face of natural disasters, man-made mishaps, and every possible water damage emergency, ATI Irvine is prepared to act fast. This not only helps to minimize cost by preventing further damage but promises to have your doors open for business or your family safely snuggled in their own beds as soon as possible.
Rely on ATI Irvine
Catastrophes are a fact of life in Irvine. Whether it’s a wildfire, or hurricanes and tropical storms, homeowners and businesses rely on ATI to get back up and running.
We’ve implemented succinct protocols for dealing with any disaster, natural or man-made, large or small, and we can deploy a restoration team at a moment’s notice. When disaster strikes, contact our team.
ATI Irvine is more than familiar with the potential for water damage emergencies. From a burst pipe at a university
campus to floodwaters from seasonal rain, our emergency response teams prioritize water mitigation. As the water extraction process begins, technicians focus on personal property removal to prevent further damage. Typical stages of the water damage restoration process include water removal, water damage cleanup, and water damage repair for commercial and residential customers.
Water Removal in Irvine
The key to a successful water extraction is immediate action. That’s why ATI offers water damage restoration services day or night, on weekends and holidays. The water remediation techniques we use depend on factors such as the amount of water, the affected areas, and the water source. We will assess the situation and give you an accurate as possible timeframe and cost.
Even after all the visible water is gone, water removal isn’t complete. The next step involves removing all the unseen water—in drywall, flooring, baseboards, carpeting, cabinets, and ceilings. We use industrial-grade drying equipment, air movers, and dehumidifiers. Finally, to ensure the drying process was successful, we employ state-of-the-art moisture mapping techniques and equipment to detect any residual dampness.
Water Damage Cleanup in Irvine
The cleanup process begins as soon as all visible water is removed. We offer a full suite of cleanup services, including:
Water Damage Repair in Irvine
A full-service water damage company, ATI offers comprehensive solutions. Beginning with water removal and damage assessment, we’ll work to get your home or business back to pre-loss condition, providing quality service and workmanship until the last layer of paint has dried.
Repairing damaged floors, walls, and ceilings, HVAC restoration, structural reconstruction, and electronics recovery are a few of the water damage restoration services we offer.
We prove our resilience over and over. Despite devastations like tornadoes, tropical storms, wildfires, floods, and landslides that ravaged the state, we keep moving
Restoring a home or business after a fire is challenging. And, what many people don’t realize is the complexity of the restoration process after smoke damage occurs. Even if there’s no structural damage, soot and smoke contain contaminants that can be serious health hazards. These odor-causing, sometimes toxic, particulates work their way into walls, carpeting, upholstery, air ducts, and even clothing.
Regardless of the extent of damage, our emergency response team is ready to immediately mobilize for:
When you partner with ATI Irvine, we’ll take on the challenge of restoring your home or office so that it’s as safe and comfortable as it was before.
As a resident of Irvine, you might think mold damage isn't a serious issue because of the dry climate. Unfortunately, mold and mildew don't care to announce their presence
and often take hold due due to a minor water leak and are common threats after water disasters or flood damage. Under the right conditions, standing water is susceptible to mold growth after only 24 to 48 hours.
A leading water damage restoration company servicing the Atlanta area, the technicians at ATI are experts in mold removal. We use the most advanced detection and mold remediation equipment in the industry. Our mold remediation services include:
If you suspect mold is lurking behind the walls of your home or you’ve recently experienced major water damage at your business, don’t hesitate to take action. Contact ATI today.
Even when tornadoes, tropical storms, wildfires, floods, and landslides ravage our
community, we don’t leave, we rebuild. With over 30 years of real-world experience, ATI is a disaster recovery and water damage restoration company you can turn to when you need to rebuild.
From projects requiring repairs and rebuilds in several rooms or complete kitchen overhauls to construction from the ground up, our team of trusted, licensed contractors has the experience and empathy to get your home or multifamily community back to pre-damage conditions.
Additional services we offer as part of the reconstruction process include structural cleaning, lead and asbestos abatement, debris removal, and boards ups, as well as vandalism cleanup and restoration.
Should a project require demolition prior to reconstruction our disaster recovery and restoration team will handle it with professionalism and precision. We begin by assessing the damage to determine items that can be restored and returned to operational condition. We then remove unsalvageable contents and structural materials. Finally, ATI’s full-service demolition team moves in to complete the job.
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These costs can vary significantly based on the extent of the damage but are often covered under your insurance policy. Contact ATI to review your specific building and insurance policy, and set a disaster recovery plan now that will meet your budget and avoid any surprises in the future.
Before we begin on the services you need, we confirm your insurance policy and approved coverages. Having in-house insurance experts allows us to move fast. Prior to any disaster, ATI can work with your insurance company to create an inventory, capturing photos of the existing building and its contents and draft an emergency response agreement. Throughout the restoration process, we update the insurance company and send photos, preventing miscommunication or surprise costs.
This depends on the level of damage your building has experienced, but we often phase the restoration to get tenants back into the space as quickly and safely as possible. Repair time also depends on any damage done to the building’s structure, which may not be immediately evident. If the building requires no reconstruction, the restoration process can happen quickly. Many aspects of a restoration can be a continuous process. Regular duct cleaning is required to completely remove particles, annual water and moisture mapping for mold is necessary to keep it under control, and general inspections are recommended to make sure the restoration is supporting a safe and functional building.