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Safe, Reliable Electrical Work from Cut N Dry Restoration 

When a property suffers significant damage, such as that caused by a fire or flood, the electrical system may be especially vulnerable to a serious fault. This presents a very real safety hazard. Before moving back in, you must ensure that your electrical system is functioning properly and that all damage has been repaired. The only way to do this is to work with a licensed electrician experienced in handling disaster restoration projects. 

If your home was damaged by a flood, fire, or vandalism, all electrical work should be completed by a licensed electrician. The electricians at Cut N Dry Restoration have extensive experience working on restoration projects of every size. As a small, family-owned company, we emphasize quality and safety. A team of highly skilled professionals completes every restoration project, and we only use state-of-the-art equipment and materials. Our electricians are licensed, insured, and reliable. If you need electrical repair and restoration, you can count on Cut N Dry Restoration to get the job done.

Cut N Dry Restoration provides electrical services to residents in San Bernadino and Riverside County. Call us at (909) 829-5002 or send us a message online.

What Happens to Your Electrical System After a Flood

You must pay special attention to your electrical system if your home has experienced a flood or suffered water damage after firefighting efforts. Water is extremely damaging to electrical systems. Not only is water corrosive, but it can short out your entire system. Furthermore, because water is highly conductive, standing water can potentially deliver a life-threatening electrical shock. 

Water damage can affect your: 

  • Service panel
  • Circuit breakers 
  • Transformers 
  • Wiring 
  • Fixtures 
  • Outlets and switches 
  • Appliances 
  • Electronic devices 
  • Computers 

Though you are likely looking forward to cleaning up and restoring your property as quickly as possible, when it comes to electrical restoration work, it is important that you do not rush the process. As we mentioned above, the potential for an electrical shock or other injury is high after a flood. You should always proceed with caution and take guidance from a professional electrician experienced in flood restoration like ours at Cut N Dry Restoration. 

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Electrical Safety After a Flood or Fire 

In the aftermath of a disaster, safety should always be your number one priority. This is especially true when dealing with your property‚Äôs electrical system. Before doing any electrical repairs (or other work) and before entering the property, you should ensure that the electricity has been fully disconnected by either a licensed electrician, the utility company, or the fire department. 

After a flood or firefighting efforts, there is likely water pooling or collecting on your property. Even with the electricity turned off, this water s poses a serious safety risk should someone use a generator or other power equipment nearby. Typically, after the electricity is turned off to your property, excess water must be thoroughly pumped out and/or dried before restoration work can begin. 

Conditions that can contribute to an electrical safety hazard after a flood or fire include: 

  • Excess moisture, damp carpets and soft furnishings, and standing water 
  • Contamination from oil, chemicals, or other flammable substances 
  • The presence of corrosive substances, including chemicals and even salt water 
  • Physical damage to wiring, receptacles, fixtures, etc. 
  • Damaged appliances and devices 
  • Damaged HVAC systems, broken gas lines, exposed wiring, etc. 

Improper safety precautions can lead to serious injury and even death. After a flood or fire, please consult with one of our expert electricians before proceeding with any work. 

Expert Guidance from Electricians You Can Trust

At Cut N Dry Restoration, we know how devastating a flood, fire, storm, or vandalism can be. Not only are you facing damage to your property, but you are likely also dealing with the loss of important and sentimental personal items. Our team is sensitive to this, and we work hard to bring every customer the best electrical restoration services. 

When you work with us, you can rest assured that we will always put your safety first. Not only will our electricians ensure that all electrical work is up to code, but we can also help you determine what electrical appliances, devices, and fixtures are salvageable and which you should replace. Whether a pipe burst in your home or a fire damaged your office, Cut N Dry Restoration is here to help you get the lights back on. 

For emergency electrical services after a flood, fire, or other major event, call our Rancho Cucamonga-based electricians and restoration team at (909) 829-5002 or online. We provide free on-site evaluations. 

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