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Water Damage Mitigation in Randolph Homes Requires Expert Help

3/27/2023 (Permalink)

Water On a Tile Floor Let SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County fix it, Don’t stress it.

SERVPRO Guarantees Fast Water Damage Mitigation in Randolph

Addressing a water leak on a property urgently before secondary damage occurs. Restoring the property may take a while, but hiring a professional water mitigation firm to extract water, dry the building, dehumidify, and disinfect it can produce results faster.

At SERVPRO, we always ensure that our team abides by the restoration standards and laws through disaster training sessions aimed at delivering high-quality restoration services. Water damage mitigation is a crucial service that can help you restore your home quickly after a water leak. Several steps are involved in the process, but the outcome is that a building becomes safe to re-enter and ready for additional cosmetic fixes. The steps we take in the water mitigation process include the following:

  • Stopping the flow of water
  • Assessing the damage
  • Extracting the water
  • Drying and disinfecting the property
  • Clean up

Our SERVPRO technicians perform water mitigation services first and follow this up with water restoration services to repair the damage that water causes. Even though it’s possible to perform water mitigation and water restoration services separately, we often rely on both methods to restore water-damaged properties. 

Removing all the standing water prevents more damage, such as mold infestation, from occurring. Our SERVPRO technicians can use electric submersible pumps to extract the water. The water removal process can vary based on the materials affected. For instance, if the carpeting has delaminated, it is necessary to remove it. On the other hand, contents like upholstered furniture may require washing. Our team can then dry the affected areas using air movers and dehumidifiers. We position air movers to blow air on damp materials. 

We can also open assemblies like flooring, walls, stairs, voids, wall base areas, and built-ins to access pockets of saturation and remove contaminated unsalvageable components and materials. 

This means that our SERVPRO technicians can remove construction components as needed to clean, decontaminate, and dry interior wall surfaces or other areas that rising water has contaminated. 

When you need assistance with water mitigation, call the professionals at SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County. Our 24-hour hotline is (973) 895-5000.

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