The cost of water removal in Santa Fe will depend on a few factors like the category of flood water to be removed, the location and the amount of water to be removed. Water is categorized into 3 categories. Category 1 refers to clean water brought about by tub or sink overflow, broken faucet or broken water supply lines. Removing Category 1 water is the most affordable. Category 2, or commonly referred to as gray water, usually contains chemical or biological contaminants that are harmful to the health. Examples of this are damaged toilet bowls with urine and water discharge from dishwashers and washing machines. Water removal in Santa Fe of Category 2 water is a bit costlier than category 1 water. The last and the most expensive to remove is the category 3 water or black water. This water contains unsanitary agents, bacteria, fungi and other harmful contaminants that are hazardous to your health. Removing this type of water is risky and should be done by professionals only.
Estimated final cost for water removal
|Damaged Surface Labor||318.4 Hours||$10,482.65|
|Damaged Surface Job Materials and Supplies||1200 Square Feet||$4,117.89|
|Totals - Cost to Repair Water Damage - 1282 Square Feet||$14,600.54|
|Average Cost Per Square Foot||$12.17|