We Are The Best Choice For Your Arlington Flood Damage Restoration
Removing Bedroom Flood Damage in Arlington
When flooding occurs, it can be incredibly stressful for homeowners to keep track of damage and losses on their own. Worse still, floodwaters can cause unseen damage behind walls and under flooring that can compromise the integrity of your structure. Without professional-grade service from an experienced team, mold, wood rot, and other damages can develop and affect the safety and comfort of your home.
If your Arlington home needs flood damage mitigation fast, you can count on the pros at SERVPRO to restore your residence to a preloss condition. SERVPRO staff, technicians, and franchise owners alike receive extensive education in flood damage cleanup and restoration, as well as opportunities for self-paced, continued learning opportunities after training. This franchise also offers credit and non-credit courses and seminars for insurance and real estate professionals to expand their knowledge for the benefit of their clients.
Salvaging Wood & Antique Furniture
Keep this in mind when determining what to recover:
- What is the extent of the damage?
- How much did the piece cost?
- Does it hold sentimental value for you?
- What would it cost to restore the item?
- Would it be more cost-effective to replace it?
These questions are especially important to consider with antique furniture affected by flooding. In many cases, solid wood furniture can be restored so long as it has not been too damaged by exposure to floodwater. SERVPRO technicians can help you procure an experienced furniture restorer for antiques and similarly delicate items.
SERVPRO Saves the Day
After flood damage occurs, SERVPRO technicians can extract moisture and disinfect surfaces to prepare your space for drying. Drying is accomplished with centrifugal air movers and industrial-grade dehumidifiers, which work in tandem to remove moisture from the air and replace it with air that is warm and dry. If odors are present in your home after a flood, odor control technicians (OCTs) may utilize thermal fogging to disperse water- or solvent-based deodorizers.
Not only does air moving equipment pull excess moisture out of surfaces and wall cavities, but it also allows dehumidifiers to more effectively remove this moisture. Before and after deodorizing, large axial box fans that are capable of moving 3,200 cubic feet per minute are utilized to allow for exchange between stagnant indoor air after a disaster and fresh outdoor air that can aid in the removal of odors. The movement and exchange of air are essential for both structural drying and odor removal.
SERVPRO of Arlington / Jacksonville East can make your home disaster look, "Like it never even happened." Call (904) 721-2230 to have an emergency response team at your home any time of the day or night.
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