Your trusted water cleanup experts in Berryville VA
We are a family owned and customer oriented water damage restoration company. We specialize in residential water damage repairs and remodeling. We were founded in 2010 as a restoration company, we have grown to be a successful restoration and remodeling company. When flooding occurs, give us a call – we handle everything from water cleanup, removal of damaged items, to total rebuild.
We understand the stress and frustration you are experiencing from unexpected damage in your home or business. We are here to help you get back to normal as quickly as possible. Time is critical when you have a flooded home. No matter where the flooding came from, a broken, frozen or leaky pipe, a sink or toilet overflow, a slab leak, refrigerator, dishwasher or washing machine, or a flooded basement, attic or crawlspace due to storms, we will find the cause, stop the flooding, provide full extraction and structural drying, and then full damage restoration and rebuild.
Call now for your free flood damage estimate: 540-535-1205
Water Damage Berryville VA, Flood Damage Repair and Sewage Cleanup
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Family owned and operated since 2010
We bill directly to insurance
Complete water damage cleanup and restoration
"I have worked with M3 Restorations for over 10 years, they have excellent customer service, very knowledgeable with repairs that need to be completed & work independently. M3 Restorations treats each home as if was at their own homes. A family owned and operated company, I would use at my home for any repairs or restorations that would come up." - Cheri
The consequences of inadequate restoration – including possible health effects – are far too great to leave flood water improperly restored. Most property owners are not familiar with the essential things needed for complete water removal, and thus have a lot of questions. That’s where the water restoration professional comes in. They experienced on how to remove excess flood water completely, to make sure evaporation occurs and to establish the dehumidification needed to stop further damage. Moreover, they can document the return of your property and contents to normal conditions to ensure that future problems will not be experienced.
What to do if you have Berryville water damage:
If the source is evident and safely accessible, shut off the main valve or close the window or door from which water is getting into the property.
Remove all valuables that can be damaged.
Remove furniture from affected area.
Move as much off the wet carpet or floor as possible, especially objects with metal or wooden legs or supports. These items will stain the carpet or hardwood floors when wet.
What to should NOT do:
Leave wet fabrics in place; dry them as soon as possible.
Leave books, magazines, or other colored items on wet carpet or floors.
Use your household vacuum to remove water.
Use TVs or other appliances while standing on wet carpet or floors, especially not on wet concrete floors.
Turn on ceiling fixtures if ceiling is wet
Sewage Cleanup Services
M3 Restorations also provides sewage damage cleanup and sewage removal services. Coming in contact with fecal matter or raw sewage can cause disease, can destroy your valuables and cause severe damage to your property. Only trained professionals with the right equipment should handle sewage removal. Raw sewage is difficult to mitigate and contains high amounts of harmful bacteria. Call M3 Restorations right away if you find yourself dealing with sewage and water damage.
Call us now for immediate water damage cleanup! 540-535-1205
We provide services in Berryville VA and surrounding areas including 22611.
Learn more about Berryville VA
Berryville was founded at the intersection of the Winchester Turnpike and Charlestown Road. The land was first granted by the Crown to Captain Isaac Pennington in 1734, and George Washington surveyed it on October 23, 1750. In 1754 Pennington sold it to Colonel John Hite. Early resident Col. Daniel Morgan According to legend, Daniel Morgan would engage in combat with young toughs at the intersection, having first piled large stones nearby to use as ammunition in case of need. Because of this story, and a rowdy tavern nearby, the area was first given the informal name of "Battle Town". Hite sold the tract in 1765 to his son-in-law, Major Charles Smith. Smith named his estate "Battle Town", and on the site of the former tavern he built a clapboard homestead. This structure still stands on what is now Main Street and is now known as "The Nook". Daniel Morgan returned to the area after distinguishing himself in the Revolution, living at Saratoga, and briefly at Soldier's Rest. He was one of the frequent (and reputedly most quarrelsome) patrons of the new tavern (where now stands the Battletown Inn). Major Smith's son, John Smith, in 1797 sold 20 acres (81,000 m2) of his inheritance to Benjamin Berry and Sarah (Berry) Stribling, who divided it into lots for a town. It was established as the town of Berryville on January 15, 1798. By 1810, the town had at least 25 homes, three stores, an apothecary (pharmacy), two taverns, and an academy (school). It was not much larger when it was designated as the county seat of newly formed Clarke County in 1836. An 1855 gazetteer described it as "a small town" that "has some trade, and contains an academy and 1 or 2 churches."
Berryville is home to attractions such as Veramar Vineyard.