You should ask about what the flood damage restoration covers. Usually, it involves clearing away excess water, dehumidifying the tight areas like crawl spaces, fixing appliances that might have been ruined due to water, restoring floors, walls, and ceilings, checking the plumbing, removing mold, and fungus, deodorizing the spaces, and repairing wood floors.
The costs of the restoration process will depend on how extensive the damage is. You should ask for an estimate or a quote before the work begins and after they have conducted a thorough inspection of the damages.
Major flood damage can be a cause of concern, especially if you live in a place where floods are common. In that case, make sure that your damages are not just restored, but the professionals should also make your home as sturdy and safe as possible to withstand the next onslaught of the flood. They can advise you about some additions to your home that will help keep out water in the future and give you the best value for money.