HURRICANE IDA RESTORATION
Ida Water Damage Images
Wet drywall removed to treat mold.
Mold growing on wet drywall and AC vent.
Wet drywall and insulation removed.
Paint "dripping" down wet wall.
Affected area sealed with Visqueen.
Visqueen sealing opening.
Visqueen sealing mold treated area.
Visqueen going up.
Damage from wet ceiling collapse.
Wet ceiling in process of removal.
Homeowner contents damaged by collapsed ceiling.
Exposed structure after ceiling collapse.
Hurricane Ida unleashed massive devastation throughout Louisiana, leaving many residents to return to homes severely damaged by wind and rain. If your home experienced top down water damage coming from a damaged roof, chances are that your insulation, wood structure, walls, and ceilings are wet. Left unchecked, these materials will mold and decay, ultimately leading to collapse and continued structural damage.
The most important thing a homeowner can do now is to attempt to mitigate the damage by removing the wet drywall, insulation, and other materials to prevent the growth of mold and mildew.
Mardi Gras Homes has an experienced construction and renovation crew dedicated to the removal of these damaged materials and prepping exposed surfaces to prevent the growth and spread of mold that can cause undesirable health problems.
Please contact us today if you would like us to begin the restoration process.