Denver's Best Water & Flood Damage Restoration Company

Pure Restore offers water and flood damage restoration services throughout metro Denver and the surrounding communities. We are available 24/7 to help with all of your water cleanup and restoration needs.



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Water Damage Restoration Services

Water damage in your home or business, whether from a flood, a plumbing leak or a sewer backup, can be devastating. If not addressed promptly, it can become a serious problem. Water can cause damage as well as spreading contaminants that could lead to mold and disease. Water intrusions should be quickly dealt with due to their invasive nature.

When you experience water damage to your Denver area home or business, Pure Restore can respond quickly to prevent further damage and begin the water removal and restoration process.

Your home or business can be severely damaged by flooding, storms, or other plumbing problems. It is important to act immediately to minimize the damage. Pure Restore is a specialist in the cleanup and restoration of residential and commercial water damage.

Our customer-focused restoration specialists will evaluate the damage caused by water to your property. We’ll then assess the extent of the damage to your property so that you can make informed decisions about the restoration services required. Our experts use state-of-the-art equipment to find hidden moisture and remove standing water.

Water damage can be a serious threat for your property. If left untreated it can cause major problems for you, your family, and your business. It is possible to recover from water damage and restore your property if you act quickly. Pure Restore can help.

Experiencing water damage at home? We can help

The damage caused by water intrusion in buildings can be severe. Excessive moisture can lead to problems in an indoor environment. Many long-term consequences can be caused by inadequate water extraction, decontamination and drying. They can lead to structural damage and health problems that last a lifetime.

Water ingress should always be treated seriously. Proper water extraction and damage restoration is essential for any home that has been affected by it. It is important to respond quickly and effectively to any water damage.

Water damage can be caused by flooding, burst pipes or other causes. It is important to mitigate water damage quickly and effectively. Water mitigation involves more than drying and cleaning. You should also consider other factors, such as decontamination and treatment of porous materials. If left untreated or damp, bacteria or mold could thrive and cause further problems.

Do you have a water or flood damage restoration or cleanup issue? Pure Restore can inspect, assess and restore your Denver area home or commercial property. Call Pure Restore at 303-955-7072 to schedule service with our team of professional water damage restoration experts!

Water Damage Restoration for Businesses

Any water damage to your business facility must be dealt with quickly and without causing disruption to your business operations. Pure Restore can help minimize downtime and restore revenue.

We have the expertise and equipment to handle any size of water extraction or water damage restoration service to your business. To minimize disruption to your business’ daily operations, our professionals will work closely alongside you and other occupants of the building.

After any water intrusion, water damage restoration must be done as soon as possible. Water mitigation simply means reducing the damage that water can cause after a flood or leak.

24 Hour Emergency Water Damage Services

It is imperative to act quickly because standing water can become contaminated if it isn’t treated immediately. As water remains in place, the risk of microbial growth and damage to contents increases. As a result, water mitigation plays an important part of any water damage restoration plan.

Each hour that passes without a response from cleanup crews, the problem gets worse and more serious. Professional water cleanup services can save personal and business property as well as assets.

Water Damage Evaluation & Mitigation

You only have hours to stop mold growth, not weeks or days. A professional water damage restoration contractor must respond quickly to prevent mold growth after water damage. Moisture is the most important factor in mold growth. Water damage can be prevented by drying the area quickly. Although dangerous mold is not an everyday occurrence, mold has the potential to cause health problems so proper treatment of the structure is critical.

Water Damage Restoration Experts in Colorado

Pure Restore is available to handle all of your water extraction, removal and drying needs. Pure Restore provides 24-hour emergency service for water damage victims in Denver and the entire Front Range.

We are an IICRC Certified company and can dispatch a project manager 24/7.

We are available day or night to assist you with your storm damage restoration or water emergency needs.

Get in touch with our specialty restoration and cleanup experts right away! We are available 24 hours a day to help with all your damage restoration needs. Call Pure Restore at 303-955-7072 to schedule restoration or cleanup service!



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Water Damage Restoration and Cleanup Services

Pure Restore is licensed and insured for water damage restoration and cleanup jobs of any scale. We are a Colorado-based company that is independently owned. We are passionate about making people’s lives easier and ensuring any home, commercial property, business or facility is taken care of.

We provide a variety of water damage restoration and cleanup service throughout the Denver metro area. If you’ve experienced a disaster in your home or business, you need an experienced restoration specialist to return your property to its previous condition quickly and safely.

  • Water Damage Restoration

  • Water Removal and Extraction

  • Flood Damage Repair

  • Crawlspace Water Removal

  • Basement Cleanup

  • Crawlspace Cleanup
  • Sewage Cleanup


Frequently asked questions about water and flood damage restoration services.

What should I do immediately after water damage?

In particularly severe cases it may be recommended to shut off any electricity to the affected structure before beginning work, which a professional electrician or energy provider can assist with. The source of your water damage must be addressed right away. In the case of burst pipes or compromised water lines, you will most likely need a plumber and/or replacement parts to repair the source. Once it’s safe to do so, your number one priority is to extract any standing water with water extraction equipment. After that you can move affected items as needed. Once the area has been extracted and cleared for drying, you will then need to introduce air movers, dehumidifiers, and any other required equipment to start the drying process and avoid any further damage. Moisture meters measure the amount of moisture in your building materials, and daily readings are required to accurately assess drying progress. You need to start the extraction and drying process immediately as mold growth begins between 24-48 hours. Drying will typically take between 3-7 days depending on how saturated the affected materials are.

How long does it take for water damage to go away?

Factors that affect drying time include the type of wet surface, the temperature and humidity of your home, and how much water or moisture was present. Drying usually takes about a week. Remember to be patient as you go through the water damage repair process; rushing things could result in further damage to your home. Contact a professional water damage restoration company if you need help removing water damage from your home. They will have the knowledge and tools necessary to complete the job quickly and correctly.

What happens if you leave water damage?

Leaving water damage untreated can result in some serious problems, including warped flooring, mold-infested walls, health hazards from exposure to harmful spores, bacteria remaining on furniture and other belongings, and a lingering musty smell throughout the affected area.

How long does water damage take to go away?

Water damage can take a while to go away. In some cases, it could take as little as two days, but in other situations, it may take up to a few weeks. To help mitigate water damage, it is important to take action as soon as possible. This includes things like removing any standing water, drying out wet areas, and ventilating the space. Additionally, it is important to monitor the space for any mold or mildew growth. If you see any signs of mold or mildew, be sure to clean it up immediately. We recommend professional mold remediation when needed. You can learn more about managing mold with the EPA’s official online resources:

How do you judge water damage?

Bulges or blisters in wallpaper, water stains on the ceiling, and mold or mildew growth appearing as black, green, or white spots. These are all signs that water has seeped into your home and is causing damage. If you see any of these, it’s important to take action right away to mitigate the damage.

Can water damage be fixed in your house?

Water damage can be a very serious issue, and it is important to take the necessary steps to remediate the problem as soon as possible. For example, water should never collide with your home’s electrical system. If you see water-damaged outlets, switches, or wiring, it is important to call a professional electrician right away as this could pose a serious safety hazard. Additionally, if you see any water damage to your home’s foundation, it is important to call a professional immediately as this could be indicative of a more serious issue. In some cases it is highly recommended to turn off power to a home to avoid a major hazard.

How long does it take to get rid of water damage?

It all depends on how much water was present, how long it was present, what kind of materials were affected, and the ambient conditions in the home. It takes around five days for areas in your home that have been exposed to water or moisture to dry. There are some instances in which you will need to seek professional help to speed up the drying process.

How much does it cost to fix water damage?

Water damage can be very costly. On average, a small water loss costs roughly $2,500 to repair. In severe cases, the cost of repairing the damage caused by water can be tens of thousands if your building materials have been compromised (such as the integrity of hardwood flooring or walls). Homeowner’s insurance may help to cover the cost of water damage, but it is important to check with your insurer to see if your policy covers water damage and to what extent.

How do you evaluate water damage?

If you have not already addressed the source of water damage, a professional restoration company will make that their primary objective. The extent of the water damage is one of the most important factors in determining the cost of repair and the amount of work that will be required. Bulging walls, wet or discolored drywall or insulation, water seeping through cracks in the foundation, dampness, musty odors, or mold growth in basements and crawl spaces are signs to look for.

Can water damage be fixed in your house?

If the water damage is not too extensive, certain areas can be saved by drying them out as soon as possible with drying equipment. However, if the damage is more serious, a complete replacement of building materials may be necessary. Water damage can be fixed in a house by removing and replacing materials that have been severely damaged.

What happens when water gets into your walls?

When water seeps into your walls and insulation, it can cause the drywall to weaken and sag, and it can also encourage the growth of mold. What’s more, this can lead to serious health problems for your family. If you have wall water damage, it’s important to take care of it immediately.

How do you clean your house after a flood?

Flood water originates outdoors and will be contaminated based on the path it takes. It’s important to clean your house as soon as possible after a flood. This includes getting rid of all the water that’s seeped in, drying out the wet areas, and cleaning and disinfecting all surfaces. You may need to get rid of any damaged materials, such as carpeting or drywall. You should contact a professional restoration company or contents company if you have any questions about how to clean your house after a flood.

How long before water damage shows up?

Water damage can take a while to become obvious, especially if it is hidden behind walls or under floorboards. There are some signs you can look for that may indicate water damage, such as warped floors or ceilings, stains, sagging floors, or mildew.

How can you tell if a wall has water damage?

Water damage is often not immediately visible. Water can seep into your walls, floors, and ceilings and cause problems later on. That’s why it’s important to be on the lookout for early signs of water damage so you can take steps to prevent further damage. Some common signs include warped or swollen floors, cracks in the walls, peeling paint, water stains, mold, and odors.

Do you need to replace drywall after a leak?

It depends on the severity of the leak and the amount of time it went unaddressed. If the leak only affected a small area of drywall, you may be able to repair it with a patch. However, if the leak were large or affected a significant amount of drywall, you would likely need to replace the entire surface. Moisture will start to break down the paper backing and eventually cause the drywall to crumble.

What's the difference between water mitigation and water remediation?

Water mitigation is the process of preventing or stopping water damage. Water remediation is the process of repairing water damage that has already been done. Both processes are important in protecting your home from water damage.

What is water remediation?

Water remediation is the process of repairing water damage that has already happened. Water remediation can be something as simple as fixing a leaky pipe, or it can be something more complex like repairing a flooded basement. No matter what the extent of the damage, water remediation is an important process in protecting your home from further damage.

What are water extraction and remediation?

Water extraction is the process of removing as much water as possible before starting the remediation process. This step is important because it helps to prevent further damage from occurring. Water remediation is the process of repairing the damage that has been done.

How do you take care of water damage?

The first step is to remove any standing water. This can be done with a wet vacuum or by mopping up the area. Once all of the water has been removed, it is important to dry out the area as quickly as possible. This can be done with fans, dehumidifiers, or by opening windows and doors. Once the area is dry, you can start the process of cleaning and repairing any damage that has been done.

Can you fix the water damage by yourself?

You may be able to fix water damage yourself. However, it is important to assess the situation before you begin. If the damage is extensive, it is best to have a professional properly assess the situation and take care of the problem promptly and efficiently.


Here’s How It Works


Step 1: Inspection

We'll evaluate your property in person to assess all damage.

Our certified technicians use state of the art equipment and tools to find all affected areas in your property. Educating and guiding our customers through the process is our passion.


Step 2: Start Work

Sign a work authorization form so work can start right away.

After developing a scope our team gets to work. We are NOT a demolition company. Our goal is to get you back to pre-loss condition in the shortest amount of time with the least amount of demo possible. We use specialized equipment and techniques to accomplish this.


Step 3: Certificate of Satisfaction

We are not done until you sign off on the job.

After completing the work, we walk the entire project with the property owner to ensure the quality of work and scope was completed to satisfaction. We stand by our work and our customers throughout the entire project. We are available to answer any question 24/7/365.

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We are Colorado’s Top-Rated Disaster Restoration Company

Pure Restore is the industry leader in disaster restoration. We offer quality service and peace of mind to both home and business owners alike during emergency situations of all kinds.

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We’ve been fortunate to serve some pretty amazing clients. It’s a privilege to be among Colorado’s most trusted restoration companies.

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Proudly Serving Denver and the Surrounding Communities

  • Arvada

  • Aurora

  • Boulder

  • Castle Rock

  • Centennial

  • Denver

  • Englewood

  • Golden

  • Highlands Ranch

  • Lakewood

  • Littleton

  • Longmont

  • Parker

  • Thornton

  • Westminster

We also serve towns like Evergreen, Estes Park, Black Hawk, Idaho Springs, Conifer, Pine, Fort Collins and more. This includes all major areas like Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, and Weld counties.

Don’t see your area listed? Feel free to give us a call  at 303-955-7072 to see if we service your area.


Pure Restore is IICRC certified, insured, and bonded. Whether the job is big or small, our team can tackle it.







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Contact Pure Restore Today

We offer 24/7 Emergency Service to all of our customers. At Pure Restore, we love restoring our customers’ properties to look and feel new again. We provide both commercial and residential restoration for any number of property damage issues. Our team is experienced at addressing fire damage, water damage, mold damage, asbestos removal, renovations, crime scene clean up, and more.