Water Damage Repair | Drywall Repair | Replastering | Pittsburgh, PA


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Water Damage and its Causes

Flood is not the only cause of water-related damage in your home or office. Most buildings are susceptible to all types of water damage issues such as leaking faucets, broken water pipes or water slowly seeping in from outside the house.

We have the tools and restoration specialists experienced to help you regardless of what kind of water damage you may have in your Pennsylvania house or business location:


  • Broken water pipes

  • Water intrusion from roof leaks, window leaks, backed up rain gutters, skylights, vents and other openings

  • Overflows

  • Plumbing leaks from water heaters, washing machines, refrigerators, dishwashers and other home appliances

  • Groundwater seepage and basement flooding

  • Condensation due to poor ventilation or HVAC system issues

  • Natural flooding


You may think that experiencing water damage is just another stressful event in your life. However, many people do not realize that neglecting water damage can lead to very serious and expensive consequences. Water damage can destroy the floors and walls of your home or office, creating a costly and time consuming repair process. Mold, fungi and bacteria can begin to grow in your walls, floor and drywall, which is harmful if left untreated.


water damage on floor and walls

Ugly sight of water damage

Reliable Water Damage Restoration and Drywall Repair Contracor in Pittsburgh, PA

We serve homeowners and offices in these areas of Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh, Cranberry, Wexford, South Hills and Fox Chapel. In addition to deck restoration, we provide premium-quality painting services to help your home and office look its best at all times. Call us at 412-366-8711 (Pittsburgh), 724-776-4944 (Cranberry), 724-935-0744 (Wexford), 412-561-8776 (South Hills), or 412-936-8066 (Fox Chapel).

Repairing Water Damage in Drywall

Drywall is commonly used in both residential and commercial buildings. It is also known by other names, such as sheetrock, wallboard or plasterboard. Drywall can be made with components such as paper, fiberboard and plaster.


Since drywall absorbs water like a sponge, repair is only possible in the early stages of water damage. In situations where water damage is minor, it is possible to get away with drying, taping, mudding and painting the wallboard. The good thing is you don't have to do it yourself. You can rely on our extensive experience in replastering, drywall repair and ceiling bleeds.