Whether due to natural disasters or a broken pipe in your home, water damage can be extreme and it can interrupt the flow of your entire life. Water damage can temporarily displace a family, and many times, it can ruin valuables that cannot be repaired or have to be completely replaced. Either way, the costs add up, and it has to be properly dealt with to minimize the potential blow.

dalton water

We cover water removal and damage repairs in the greater Kansas City area, Overland Park, Leawood, KS areas.

At Dalton Brothers Restoration, we provide the highest quality water damage restoration services with a staff of trained and top notch professionals. We pride ourselves on excellence, and we provide you with all of the best technologies and the most experienced staff. Please contact us for information on pricing.

Water Damage Categories



Also known as “Clean Water” refers to flooding from a source of water that does not pose any threat to humans. This is typically a water supply line from a water heater, faucets supply lines, dishwasher supply lines, washing machine supply line, toilet supply lines and other supply lines in the walls. If flooding from a clean source of water like this is treated quickly we can often save most if not all of your flooring, walls and contents.



Also known as “Grey Water” refers to flooding from a source of water that contains a significant degree of biological, chemical, or physical contaminants and can causes sickness and extensive damage to your property. Category 2 flooding will usually come from toilet bowls with urine, water discharge from dishwashers or washing machines, sump pump failures and other water that should go through the sanitation system. Any areas that have been contaminated by the water will need to be removed to prevent possible mold growth and mitigate and further damage to your property.



Also known as “Blackwater” refers to flooding from a extremely unsanitary source which contains harmful bacteria and fungi which will cause severe discomfort or sickness. Category 3 flood damage will usually come from sewage back up in your toilet or sink. Other sources include seawater, rising water from rivers or streams, ground surface water entering your home or standing category 2 water that is not promptly removed and left standing for 48-72 hours. To treat this type of flooding requires extremely specialized equipment and training and will often require mold remediation after dry out is completed.


Water Damage Restoration Process

1st Step

Remove all standing water with water extractor and pumps then dry all surfaces.

2nd Step

Carpets and padding are pulled up. Floors are dried completely.

3rd Step

Important documents, works of art, furniture, draperies, computers, appliances and other electronic equipment are thoroughly dried and brought back to pre-damage conditions whenever possible.

4th Step

Finally, the site is decontaminated and disinfected to kill bacteria resulting from organic waste with specially formulated antimicrobial solutions.