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WATER DAMAGE & MOLD SPECIALIST
For 24 Hour Emergency Response Call: (317) 203-9044
Proudly Servicing these Counties in Indianapolis, IN
Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Madison, Marion
We service the following Indianapolis, Indiana areas and cities:
- Brooksville Heights
- East Union
- Country Club Heights
- Duck Creek
- North Salem
- Meadowood Estates
- New Lancaster
- New Palestine
- Pipe Creek
- River Forest
- Spring Lake
- West Elewood
- Willow Branch
- Woodlawn Heights
We Provide The Following Services:
Busted Pipes, Flooding, Appliance Failure, Storm Damage, Roof Leaks
- Residential and Commercial
- Structural Drying
- Water Removal
- Humidity Control
- Content Drying & Cleaning
- Moisture Detection
- Raw Sewage Cleanup
- Mold Remediation
Why Choose Rytech?
- Free Estimates
- 24 / 7 Emergency Service
- Direct Insurance Billing
- Licensed, Bonded & Insured
- IICRC Certified Technicians
- Daily Monitoring of Jobs
- Complete File with Digital Photos
- All work is 100% guaranteed!
Ken Averitt - Owner
Ken Averitt is the owner and operator of Rytech North Metro Indy. He is IICRC Certified in WRT (Water Damage Restoration Technician), ASD (Applied Structural Damage Technician), and AMRT (Applied Microbial Remediation Technician) and Lead Safe Certified.
Prior to owning his Rytech Franchise, Ken spent (27) years in the property claims adjusting industry at NCA Group, a leading service provider for many top carriers. As part of the executive leadership team, Ken’s day-to-day responsibilities included driving service times and quality assurance. Ken’s leadership, attention to detail, and passion for superior customer experiences allowed the company to excel in these areas and helped it grow from a regional to national operation during his tenure.
Ken’s attention to detail and commitment to helping others can be found outside of work as well. He is a licensed pilot, enjoys riding motorcycles, flying RC airplanes and an avid gardener. Ken is also dedicated to veteran affairs and is actively involved in many local and national veteran groups.
Why Your Water Damage Company Must Have IICRC Certified Technicians
When a recovery team knocks on your door after water damage occurs, you want to know a thing or two about the people you’re letting into your home to restore a normal, healthy and safe indoor environment.
What Can Go Wrong? (A Lot!)
Water damage recovery and mold remediation incorporates critical standardized techniques and technology. A flooded or contaminated home isn’t the place for on-the-job training of totally unskilled, inexperienced workers. Expensive damage can be made even more costly when improper or makeshift methods are utilized. Long-term consequences like mold and structural damage can manifest months after an unqualified recovery workforce leaves behind a job not well done.
Certified and Qualified
Rytech employs IICRC Certified technicians so you know immediately they’ve invested time and expense to ensure that workers are fully trained and meet industry criteria for knowledge and hands-on skills. The IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification) is the industry organization that sets standards for water damage recovery, mold remediation and other residential and commercial services. The IICRC literally wrote the book on water damage — published IICRC standards are now the accepted guidelines for training in recovery and remediation techniques, as well as the basis for ongoing research.
Rytech Inc. is an IICRC-certified company that employs technicians trained and certified to IICRC standards.
Things to Check Outside to Avoid Water Damage Inside
One of the best ways to avoid water damage in the home is to pay attention to what’s going on outside the house. Let’s face it, water that stays outdoors presents little potential for indoor water damage. However, water has insidious ways of entering a home—beyond obvious causes like an inundating flash flood. To avoid water damage in your home, it’s often necessary to backtrack the indoor effect to an outdoor cause. Here are a few ways outside water gets in:
- Clogged gutters - Make sure your gutters are unobstructed by fallen leaves or other debris.
- Ground Water Seepage - A high natural water table exerts hydrostatic pressure on the underside of the foundation as well as basement walls. Ground water can permeate directly through the concrete slab of the house or seep in through cracks in basement walls. The local water table may rise and fall with varying factors such as rainfall so infiltration may be intermittent. Installing a sump pump in your basement is good year-round prevention against ground water damage.
Rytech of North Metro Indy is a specialist in water and mold removal. If you have a damp, musty odor in your home or business and suspect mold growth, call the professionals at Rytech. We will provide a free assessment and work with you to remediate any issues.