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How Much is the Cost of Water Mitigation?

Water mitigation is a process that reduces the amount of water damage and property loss after a natural disaster, such as flooding. Property damage from a disaster is never uniform, and how much water mitigation costs will depend on how extensive the damage is and the size of the property.

However, guidelines will give you some idea about what you can expect your water mitigation to cost.

First, Assess the Damage


The first task is to assess the scope of the damage. If necessary, repairs will be made to prevent further damage to the property. Water damage can occur rapidly, as what happens during a flood, but it can also be a long drawn out process caused by leaky pipes, faulty plumbing, and leaky roofs.

that water can penetrate a property has the potential to cause damage and will require water mitigation to eliminate the problem.

The category of water damage will also come into question when determining water mitigation costs, as it will also depend on the contaminants found in the water. Grey and black water are often hazardous to the health of humans and animals who are exposed to it.

To the untrained eye, assessing water damage can be tricky, which is why trained professionals should always be used.

Average Cost of Water Mitigation


While there is no way to determine an exact cost for water mitigation without an in-depth assessment, the average repair bill in the U.S. is around $3,000.

In 2018 and 2019, property owners were paying between $2,900 and $3,300 for water mitigation. If you work out the cost to the square foot, you can expect to pay between $4.00 and $7.00 / sq. ft.

If your property has suffered water damage, it's essential to know that the situation will not reverse itself and will only get worse over time. You risk further damage to your property, as well as disease from pathogens and mold buildup. Protect the value of your property by inquiring about the cost of water mitigation today.