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we will have one of our exprienced Dry Out Medics at your place of residence or business, anywhere in San Diego within 60 minutes of contacting us.

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Dry Out Medics is certified, licensed, bonded & insured. We treat our customers like family, care about our craft, and are easy to get ahold of for questions.

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San Diego’s Best Water Damage Repair Company

When it comes to water damage restoration or water damage repair, “Dry-Out Medics” are here for San Diego residents whenever they’re facing an emergency flood or water damage situation to their homes. Our IICRC certified technicians are on stand-by, ready to be dispatched for a no cost assessment within the hour of receiving the distress call. From natural disasters to broken pipes inside the home, water damage can affect the structural integrity of the home and the residents health if not contained, removed and dried out in a timely manner in accordance with the IICRC Ansi 500 dry standard. That is why we are considered an emergency service and covered by homeowners insurance.

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Water Damage Repair services in san diego

Water Mitigation



Mold Remediation

Water Extraction

We work with all insurance companies


Everything you should know

There are 3 categories of water damage that vary in terms of seriousness and the effect that it can have on people’s health and the health of their home.

Category 1 - White Water

White Water – is the most common type of water damage that comes from water coming from sink overflows, supply lines and broken or pinhole leaks in pipes. This water is the least contaminated, but if not treated quickly and correctly it can spread quickly.

Category 2 - Grey Water

Grey Water – this is water that comes from your dishwasher, laundry, or garbage disposal. This does have contaminants in the water and will affect all the permeate materials it touches, such as carpet, laminate flooring, furniture, cabinetry etc. 

Category 3 - Black Water

Black Water – this is water that comes from toilet overflows, soft clogged toilets, and sewer backups. This is the most contaminated water, because it is essentially poop water hence the name black and it is essential for it to be handled as an emergency.


Frequently Asked Questions

My property is flooded. What should I do first?

Time is of the utmost importance. Call Dry Out Medics immediately so we can get to your property and start the process of removing the water and restoring it right away. By acting fast, you’ll minimize the damage to your property and prevent further problems, including mold infestation.

Do I need to move out of my property during this process?

If you file an insurance claim, you may receive guidance from your insurance representative. However, this is a decision you must reach on your own. There are several factors to consider. Safety is paramount. Our equipment is as childproof as possible, but we require your supervision to make sure no children play with it. Air movers and dehumidifiers will create noise and make your property drafty for a few days. It is important that the equipment remains on, so if the noise is disruptive to you, you might want to consider an alternate place to stay.

Is mold dangerous?

Yes, it absolutely can be. The Centers for Disease Control and other health agencies warn that mold spores can pose serious health risks for people with breathing problems. In addition, certain types of mold – including black mold (stachybotrys chartarum) – can cause adverse effects even in healthy people.

Should I open the windows to help the drying process?

Opening your windows to assist the drying process is not always recommended. Outside weather conditions may vary, so the technician will determine when and if the outside air is appropriate.

What should I do to stop water damage while waiting?

  • Find the source of the water and stop it, if possible
  • Turn off the main circuit breakers to the structure. Do not operate electrical equipment in wet areas
  • If safe, remove furnishings from wet carpet to avoid staining
  • Remove breakable items and items that are susceptible to water damage
  • Remove or lift curtains and other hanging items that touch the floor to avoid damage and staining
  • Do not run fans or air conditioning if the damage is caused by flooding or a sewage leak – doing so can spread contamination
  • Open doors and windows to allow air into the structure
  • Make sure you thoroughly wash your hands and disinfect tools and equipment used in water damage cleanup

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