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Thawing Freezer Can Cause Water Damage in Your Harriman Home
With hunting seasons and harsher winter months ahead, many Harriman homeowners are servicing their standalone freezer units to prepare for the storage requirements they have for prepared meals and components. Aging models and inadequate power supplies play a critical role in appliance failure, resulting in a thaw of the ice and stored items inside of these units. While some units can contain this volume of water, many cannot.
When your freezer malfunctions, your Harriman home could experience water damage from the rapid thawing of the contents exposed to a warm household. No matter where this appliance can get found throughout your residence, the higher volume of water it stands to lose can affect nearby materials and surfaces almost immediately upon exposure. In these situations, you need fast mitigation and restoration response from dedicated and trained professionals like our SERVPRO technicians.
Ideally, a homeowner is going to want to seek out the assistance of a service technician that can address the problems with their deep-freezing appliance but taking care of the water damage must get top priority. In a matter of a few hours to a full day, inadequately cleaned moisture and dampness can heavily saturate materials throughout the affected area and begin to weaken, distort, and bloat them. If the leakage occurs on the second level of a structure, the trickle-down effect of water can cause extensive damage.
Our SERVPRO team can respond quickly to an emergency with the appropriate tools to extract the excess water fast. We have portable pumps and wet-vacs to pull water from the flooring rapidly. We can then set our collective sights on drying out the affected area of your home through the combined use of our air movers and dehumidifiers. These tools can force moisture and dampness from affected materials and remove it entirely from your property.
While a broken freezer might not cause the widespread damage that a flood could, the risks associated with water damage to structural elements and the contents of your home can be similar. Our SERVPRO of Loudon & Roane Counties IICRC-certified water restoration technicians have the expertise and advanced equipment to help. Give us a call anytime that you need us at (865) 986-3015.
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