What Is The Biggest Risk After Flood Damage Affects My Lenoir City Home?
SERVPRO Focuses on Limiting Secondary Damage during Flood Restoration Processes
Flood damage from a storm may involve many issues, including the accumulation of filthy water inside your house, the collapse of structural elements such as ceilings, and deep soiling. However, you may have more to worry about since other issues like mold and severe contamination can develop.
The appropriate response to flood damage in your Lenoir City property can help you avoid the burden of fixing secondary problems. Seeking assistance from a professional team like SERVPRO is one way that can guarantee this since we can take all remedial actions necessary.
Professional Teams Regularly Handle:
- Biohazard remediation
- Sewage cleanup
- Water clean up
- Leaking roof from storms
On arrival at your flooded property, our SERVPRO crews first establish the aspects of the damage that might cause additional problems. For instance, the standing water on the floors and other surfaces is absorbed by structural materials causing them to swell, rot or develop other physical defects.
Finding a way to remove the water fast eliminates or limits these problems. Our SERVPRO technicians use various water extraction equipment to facilitate faster removal. For instance, portable electrical submersible pumps, which can move as little as 100 gallons to as much as 18000 gallons per hour, are useful when there is significant water in the property. The pumps overcome any suction lift limitations and are best in occupied properties since they are electric-powered and therefore produce no fumes.
Other Useful Resources Include:
- Dehumidifiers for proper moisture control to prevent mold
- Fogging equipment for deodorization eliminating odors
- Electric sprayers for dispensation of disinfectants
SERVPRO of Loudon & Roane Counties resolves any issue caused by flood damage, “Like it never even happened.” You can reach us at (865) 986-3015 for assistance.