La Jolla Blue Book presents our latest “Quiet on the Set” video featuring La Jolla Flood Restoration Inc.
For over 5 years, La Jolla Flood Restoration has been serving the La Jolla and San Diego community with flood, fire and water damage emergency services.
A flood can happen at any time with or without warning. Time is of the essence when this happens and you’ll need a fast and dependable flood restoration crew that will be there when you need them. When you call La Jolla Flood Restoration you will get an immediate response, 24/7 from anywhere in San Diego county.
They are fully equipped to do complete structural drying, water extraction from carpet and pad to drywall restoration. All work is performed by IICRC Certified Technicians using only state of the art moisture detection tools, including Infrared Thermal Imaging.
Did you know that there are different “loss” categories when it comes to flooding? Here are three that can be found on their website under “Water Damage.”
Water Damage – An over-flowing sink is referred to as Category 1 Loss. This type of broken water pipes makes up about 60% of all water loss claims.
Water Intrusion – A fallen tree on a roof top that has caused a roof to leak. This kind of loss and other non-Potable nor Sewage System such as flooding resulting from a washing machine discharge line is referred to Category 2 Loss.
Toilet Back Flow –The third and last is probably the yuckiest and most dangerous to your health, sewage back flows which is referred to as Category 3 Loss.
La Jolla Flood Restoration also specializes in smoke, fire and mold remediation and is fully licensed, insured and certified. For more information regarding the category loss and how to handle them please visit
La Jolla Flood Restoration online or contact them at
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