In May of 2010 the La Quinta Inn & Suites on Camp St in New Orleans had water damage due to very heavy rains. The pool overflowed on 5th floor from heavy rain. Bottom 5 floors of 15 story hotel and elevator shaft were flooded. Most rooms were occupied and guests needed to be moved. New Orleans Water Damage

United Fire & Water responded on a Sunday morning and had 5 men, four trucks and trailer on site within a few hours.

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Wet floors in the lobby of the Hotel

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Crews and water damage restoration equipment staged in front of the hotel.

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Crews and water damage restoration equipment staged in front of the hotel.

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Water damage restoration equipment staged outside of the elevators. Roughly 130 pieces of equipment were required to dry out the 5 affected floors.

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Crews and water damage New Orleans restoration equipment staged in front of the hotel

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Crews and water damage New Orleans restoration equipment staged in front of the hotel

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Drying equipment in a guest room

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This was a Category #2 water damage New Orleans loss – so some materials needed to be removed. We restored all remaining items.

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This was a Category #2 water damage New Orleans loss – so some materials needed to be removed. We restored all remaining items.

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New Orleans Water Damage

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This was a Category #2 water damage New Orleans loss – so some materials needed to be removed. We restored all remaining items.

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Guest room – Category #2 water loss required removal of drywall to 2 foot. Carpet was pulled back to remove padding. Floors and carpet were cleaned and padding replace after all materials were dried to pre loss moisture content levels.

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  • United Fire & Water had 95% of the structure dry in 3 days
  • Use of refrigerant dehumidifier and air movers
  • Hallways were open to residents
  • Elevator shaft was dried in place and operational during the entire restoration process
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