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Reliable Water Removal Service in Mesa, AZ

When you’re dealing with the aftermath of flooding, Copper State Construction is here to help. Using the latest technology and training, our water removal service in Mesa, AZ, has become the area’s most trusted resource for post-flood restoration. Backed by years of experience, we go above and beyond to deliver effective, courteous services that leave your home as good as new.


Flooded Neighborhood in Mesa, Phoenix, and Valley Wide

Your Water Damage Experts

As a client-focused water damage restoration company, we understand that there’s no time to delay when you’re dealing with significant flooding. Even an extra hour enables standing water to do significant damage. With this in mind, our skilled team is standing by, ready to isolate the flooded area and proceed with water removal.

Dealing with water damage is a complex task that requires specialized skills and equipment. Not only does it take a full team with the right tools to guarantee effective results, but there are also significant safety concerns. Because of this, the most important consideration when choosing a water removal company is whether they possess the skills and tools necessary to keep your home -- and by extensions, your family -- safe.


Full-Service Flood Damage Repair

The water damage restoration process goes far beyond simply removing the water from your property. In addition to clearing out any remaining moisture, the structure itself must be maintained against further damage. So, once we’ve successfully removed any and all water from your space, we go the extra mile to restore the affected areas to pre-flood condition.

Handling All Manner of Water Damage

Whether from a catastrophic flood or a burst pipe, standing water becomes more and more contaminated the longer it’s left alone. In the industry, we use a three-stage system to classify the hazards of standing water. CAT-1 water is safe for human contact, though we advise homeowners to avoid it just in case, as it is still able to cause injury to the unwary wader.

CAT-2 and CAT-3 levels of contamination represent a much more significant hazard. At this stage, water is dangerously contaminated as the surrounding building materials leech toxins. During this time, the water also acts as a haven for mold and bacteria, presenting inhalation and contact hazard, which could even be exacerbated by a concurrent sewage break. To remove standing water from your home safely and effectively, reach out to our emergency water damage restoration team.


Contact us today to find out more about our services. We proudly serve clients throughout the Mesa, Arizona, area.