Types of Water Damage

Types of Water Damage Ram Restoration

Did you know that flooding isn’t the most common type of water damage? While it’s what many people tend to think of, there are many other types of water damage that occur. At Ram Restoration, we know that regardless of the types of water damage your home or office has, you want it taken care of as soon as possible. We know how to handle water damage restoration and repair from a variety of sources. Whether you have residential water damage or commercial water damage, we’re here to help.

Residential and Commercial Water Damage

Residential water damage is water damage that happens in your home, whereas commercial water damage happens in your office building. It’s important to make sure that professionals attend to both types of water damage to make sure it’s restored properly, and that mold doesn’t grow. When you call Ram Restoration, we understand the importance of acting fast. We aim to respond to water damage calls within 30 to 60 minutes to try and minimize the damage to your space.


When people think of water damage, they think that it happened because of a flood. While floods do happen, there are usually other causes for water damage. However, if your home or office does have a flood, it’s important to make sure you call a professional water damage restoration company. At Ram Restoration, we are fully licensed and insured and have helped many of the homes and offices in the Miami Valley with their flood claims.

Leaky Pipes

More often than not, water damage in both homes and offices happen from leaky pipes. Whether your pipe has completely burst or is starting to leak, it means that excess moisture is forming behind your walls. With leaky pipes, we’ll restore the damage, repair the damage, and perform a mold remediation. We’ll perform the mold remediation even if there’s no evidence of mold. Mold starts to grow within 24 to 48 hours, so it’s important to make sure your space receives a mold remediation.

Sump Pump Backups

Sump pumps help move water away from your home. They’re located in your basement, so you may not think about it often. But when your sump pump gets backed up, it doesn’t function as well at removing water from your home. When there’s excess water sitting in your sump pump, it can cause water damage and mold growth down the line. Check your sump pump regularly, especially during periods of high rain or snow to make sure it works properly.

While there are different types of water damage, they have one thing in common: the potential for mold to start growing in your space. When you choose Ram Restoration to help with your water damage restoration, we’ll work with you to restore and repair your home or commercial space. We’ll also work with you to make sure mold doesn’t grow in your space. With fast response times, we are the best water damage restoration and mold remediation company in Dayton, Ohio, and the surrounding area. Need water damage restoration? Contact Ram Restoration today.