For fast water removal and water damage restoration in Lake Wylie, SC call STOP Carolina 24 hours a day. (803) 998-2456 STOP will dispatch a team of professionals to get your Lake Wylie, SC home or business dried immediately.
A water damage issue can turn your life upside down. Most homeowners don’t have any idea who to call when their home or business floods. Do you call a plumber, a water leak detection service, your insurance company, or your home owners association?What do you do to get the water out of your house or dry the water damaged contents of your home? Water damage removal and cleanup in your home needs to be taken care of by a professional. You’ll need to have an expert over promptly in order to remove the water, prevent your property from being damaged any further, and clean up. Learn More
STOP Carolina will do complete water damage restoration to any materials or structure which require it. We can extract water from wet carpet, and dry your hardwood or tile floors. If you don’t know what caused your water damage, STOP Carolina’s team of skilled professionals will find the source of the leak and repair it. Learn More
Have you suffered water damage in Lake Wylie, SC? Our office in Fort Mill, SC on Carowinds Blvd is strategically located near Hwy 77 to serve Fort Mill and the surrounding area when you suffer water or flood damage.
When you call STOP Carolina you will speak to Bob Bergeron, the owner of the company, not an answering service. STOP will respond immediately, answer your questions, dispatch a crew, and even talk to your insurance company for you. We will keep you and your adjuster fully informed throughout the water extraction, drying, and restoration process.
Water damage can be very stressful. Check out our Five Star Reviews on Google+, you’ll see that we go above and beyond to make sure that you get through the stressful water damage restoration process as easily as possible. Find Us on Google
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