Water, Mold, Fire & Smoke Restoration in Mandeville

United Fire and Water provides a 24/7 emergency services hotline that is open 365 days a year in Mandeville and throughout our service area in Louisiana. We have IICRC-certified technicians who are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment to meet your needs and exceed your expectations for all types of restoration & remediation services. To learn more, call 225-401-6568.

Some of Our Most Popular Services in Mandeville Include

Water Damage
Water Restoration Water Damage

If you have water damage in and need water extraction & remediation, choose United Fire & Water. We are Louisiana’s most trusted (and best reviewed) disaster restoration company for more than 20 years.

Mold Remediation
Mold Remediation Mold Remediation

Molds and fungi are found everywhere inside and outside, but it's hard to when it reaches dangerous levels in your home. Don't let mold ruin your health! Let the professionals from United remove any mold from your home.

Fire & Smoke Damage
Fire & Smoke Damage Fire & Smoke Damage

Whether smoke damage occurred as a result of a cooking masterpiece gone awry or faulty electrical work, removing smoke particulates from walls, furniture, garments and air ducts is essential in eliminating odor — once and for all.

Water, Mold, Fire & Smoke Restoration

Trust Us for All of Your Restoration Needs in Mandeville

When you encounter slab leaks, burst & frozen pipes, flood damage , or any other issue at your home or office that requires water or fire damage restoration, the company to contact in Mandeville and other cities throughout our Louisiana Gulf Coast service area is United Fire and Water. Our emergency crews stand ready to help on a 24/7/365 basis at your residential or commercial property Mandeville and our teams of IICRC-certified technicians have years of experience, expertise, and top-notch equipment at their disposal. To learn more, give us a call at 225-401-6568 or click here to book our services today in Mandeville and its surrounding cities.

More About Mandeville

Mandeville is a city in Saint Tammany Parish, Louisiana. According to the 2010 United States census, the population of the city was 11,560 people. 10 years later in 2020, the population is now 13,192 people. The town can be found just south of interstate 12 and located on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain. It is across the lake from the city of New Orleans and it is south of the shore suburbs. It is a part of the New Orleans Materi Kenner metropolitan area.

Completed Jobs from Mandeville
Bathroom Water Damage Mandeville Janet U.
June 22, 2022
removed affected insulation in the attic space, still but need to remove some drywall and partial shower surround to remove insulation in the [exterior] wall. Setup 1DH & 2AX in bathroom to stabilize until we begin demo. Checked all moisture points and atmospheric readings. Ceiling is dry but drywall still at 100. Checked inside the wall cavity and got a low moisture reading. Took all moisture readings and atmospheric readings. Bathroom is drying great. Should only be a couple more days. Adjusted the Axial Air Movers to dry places that were still wet.
Office Water Damage Mandeville 2 Commercial Bowling Alley
November 5, 2020
Bowling alley wood floors not wet; however, all flooring underneath wet. Will dry with forced air ducted into ball feeders. Axial fans at end to establish negative air. We have 80 air movers, 20 dehumidifiers and 20 are scrubbers on site. Final application of antimicrobial was done.
Kitchen Water Damage Mandeville Katrell H.
April 6, 2021
equipment set up. 1 scrubber, 1 dehu, and 5 or 6 air movers. About 200 sqft of laminate flooring needs to come up. Also please check the cabinet bottoms in the kitchen for moisture. A containment will be set to separate the hallway before any more demo is done. We have removed one dehu from the hallway and will put in a negative air fan before we remove baseboards and drywall.All flooring has been pulled in the living room, hallway, and laundry room with the exception of flooring u see the kitchen cabinets. House seems relatively dry and will require more mold remediation than drying. I believe all or almost all flooring will need to be removed throughout the house. A dehu was set back up in the back of the hallway, and an air scrubber was added. We did not put air movers in place as the house does have a strong odor indicative of significant growth. Containment was placed around the hole in the drywall at the source of the leak behind the refrigerator. Foundation and baseboards were sprayed with antimicrobial.