If you experience serious water damage due to pipes bursting, flooding, a roof or appliance leaking it can cause you a lot of problems. Water intrusion can damage your infrastructure, carpets, furniture and valuables. Our water damage restoration technicians will come to your home within an hour to mitigate the water damage. He will extract as much of this water as possible from your home and try to save your possessions. We use the best water damage restoration equipment out there. We understand the different types of water and will determine the best process for dry out. We are here to help you get your life and home back to normal as quickly as possible. Call our office for questions about our services at 602-362-4883.

Komatke, just south of Laveen in Maricopa county, is named for the Sierra Estrella mountain range. As Arizona residents we know that every drop of water counts. So, how do you ensure that this precious resource will be available in one hundred years for future generations? Education in water conservation and implementing lifestyle changes is how we can make the biggest impact. On average, each Arizona resident uses about 145 gallons per day. Up to 70% of water is used outdoors (watering plants, swimming pools, washing cars, etc.) especially during the summer months, with the remaining water used indoors (bathing, cooking, cleaning etc.). Some of the ways you can incorporate water efficiency into everyday life are:

  • Water deeply and less frequently to encourage deep, strong root systems.
  • Collect rain water to recycle it
  • Water your lawn at night or in the early morning to keep evaporation at a minimum.
  • Adjust sprinkler heads so they do not spray walls, driveways, or sidewalks.
  • Adjust your mower so that your grass is not cut too short; longer grass uses less water.
  • Encourage children to discard things in the trash, not the toilet.
  • Reduce showering time to save both water and energy. A 10 minute shower uses approximately 50 gallons of hot water. Aim at a 5 minute shower.
  • Wash full loads of clothes and use more cold water to save both water and energy. Heating water uses a large amount of energy.
  • Water and energy are interconnected: It takes energy to transport and treat water, so by conserving energy you are also conserving water!