Water, Mold, Fire & Smoke Restoration in Prairieville

United Fire and Water provides a 24/7 emergency services hotline that is open 365 days a year in Prairieville 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 Prairieville 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 Prairieville

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 Prairieville 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 Prairieville 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 Prairieville and its surrounding cities.

More About Prairieville

In the ascension parish, Louisiana a city of Prairieville can be found. It is south of Baton Rouge and north of Gonzales. Prayer villas in the expanding suburb of Baton Rouge as its population according to the 2020 census is 33,197 inhabitants. It is known to be the largest city in its parish. The next two biggest cities along with their combined population doesn’t equal the population of Prairieville. This city unfortunately is vulnerable to hurricanes and has been historically known for that. Due to it’s proximity to the coast of Southeast Louisiana the town has been hit with severe hurricanes including hurricane Katrina. Another hurricane called hurricane Gustav caused major damage to the area as many trees were down and power lines were not working for weeks.

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Customer Reviews from Prairieville ( 5 out of 1 reviews )

  • Prairieville, LA | April 16, 2022
  • Posted on Facebook

Great company and excellent communication throughout the whole restoration process.

Completed Jobs from Prairieville

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December 15, 2022 | Prairieville, LA

A professional from United Fire & Water went to Richard's home after talking with the plumber and identifying where the leak had stemmed from, started pulling up carpet and padding from the Master bedroom, and performed a HEPA vacuum in the master bathroom. The back wall of the shower was cut by the plumber near the baseboard to relocate the water lines. The bed in the master bedroom had also been affected by the water and there was a large mold spot found under the bed. These areas were removed and disposed of. The remaining structures were treated with an antimicrobial solution and HEPA vacuumed. After the leak was fixed, moisture levels had returned to normal and all surfaces had been cleaned, remodeling was performed.

December 05, 2022 | Prairieville, LA

A United Fire & Water technician assessed the leak and found a fresh water leak in the kitchen. Additionally, a new leak was found in the ceiling coming from another water line in another area. The leak had greatly spread since the initial leak was discovered. UF&W removed glued-down engineered wood flooring throughout as well as affected carpet. After water extraction was done and the affected kitchen cabinets and flooring had been removed, detailed cleaning was performed. The remaining structures were cleaned with an anti-microbial solution to avoid future mold growth. All areas were HEPA vacuumed.

November 07, 2022 | Prairieville, LA

United Fire & Water went to David's home and found wet laminate floors and carpet with standing water in the master bath, master bedroom, living room, front bathroom, front bedroom, and hallway. UF&W took infrared pictures, and moisture readings for affected materials, performed an initial DocuSketch, and set up 3 air scrubbers and 2 dehumidifiers for stabilization. The next day UF&W began demolition and set up drying equipment. Baseboards and crown molding, carpet, and padding were removed from the affected areas. An Injectadry system was set up in some areas to dry engineered hardwood flooring. After all remaining structures were dry, a HEPA vacuum was performed and all areas were treated with an anti-microbial solution to mitigate future mold growth.

July 12, 2022 | Prairieville, LA

The carpet is damp in 2 bedrooms and will need to be ectracted. The baseboard and shoe behind the toilet needs to be removed. Set up 2 dehumidifiers and 3 air movers. 3 day later everything is dry. installed new drywall.

September 16, 2020 | Prairieville, LA

Remove cabinet in kitchen. pull dishwasher to inspect. remove flooring in bedroom and closet. remove baseboards in closet. inspect. Screw test in sil plates in both closet and behind kitchen cabinet. equipment: 2 Dehus 2 Scrubbers 3 fans in closet 2 fans in kitchen

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October 30, 2023

Did you know that one of the most common home insurance claims in the U.S. is water damage? When you stop to think about all of the appliances we use every day in our Prairieville homes, and all the pipes running water through our walls it isn’t surpris