Have water damage & not sure what to do?

We can help! Text us a photo of the damage and we'll get back to you quickly with helpful advice from a restoration expert.

3 Things You Should Do First

#1 - Remove contents from the room

#2 - Open the windows

#3 - Use a wet vac to remove excess water

Bonus #4 - Call in a professional

Watch this brief video to learn more about handling your water emergency from Roy, a restoration expert at 2 The Rescue.

Prevent Long-Term Damage to Your Home

2 The Rescue Restoration Services is a locally-owned water damage restoration company. We've been serving customers in the Grand Rapids area for over 14 years. We'll make sure your home is cleaned and restored the right way.

Step 1: Assess the Damage

We will make an accurate assessment of the water damage in your home and create a restoration plan to ensure proper remediation is done.

Step 2: Remove the Water

We use the latest technology to remove all the water quickly and completely.

Step 3: Dry Your Home

Before repairs can begin, we’ll use professional drying equipment to dry your home thoroughly and efficiently, with zero chance of mold growth.

We Have You Covered

We're based in Grand Rapids and serve most of the West Michigan area. Give us a call at (616) 205-9857 for a free consultation or 24/7 emergency assistance.

Common Questions about Water Damage

How much will it cost to hire you?

Every situation is different. Depending on the extent of the damage, the costs could range anywhere from $500 to $10,000 or more. Shoot us a text message with some photos and we will be happy to give you a better estimate based on your situation.

How long does it take to dry out?

The average amount of time to dry out a room is 3-5 days, although this varies based on the severity of the damage, what was damaged, whether there are any hazardous materials, and many other factors. We can give you a better estimate after we evaluate your particular situation.

Will my insurance cover the damage?

Although many policies do provide some level of coverage in the event of water damage, it depends largely on the source of the water. You should always contact your insurance agent for specific details about your policy.

Is water damage dangerous?

Water damage can be quite dangerous. Depending on the source of the water, there can be contaminates such as chemicals or bacteria. Electrical hazards are also common, so be sure not to enter the area. Water damage that is not properly treated can lead to mold and mildew, which are dangerous to anyone living in the home.