Clean Water Can Still Cause Flood Damage To Your Arlington Home
Flood Damage to Your Property
Flooding typically causes people to think of water coming in from the riverbanks and spreading across the land, submerging the lower parts of homes as it flows through an area. Floods do happen this way, but there are other ways that flooding can affect homes.
Arlington homeowners can have flood damage from broken pipes that causes damage to smaller areas in their homes. When a pipe breaks, it can allow water to flow into a room until it is discovered and the water is shut off. Much of the water released into the home may travel down to the lowest level of the house.
Trained Flood Damage Restoration Technicians
We know that your home is important to you and your family, so we want to assure you that we are trained and experienced in all sizes and types of mitigating damage from flooding. Our goal is to restore your home, so flood damage becomes a thing of the past, and your life can return to normal. We accomplish this in the least intrusive ways possible. While we must remove walls above where the flooding has visibly affected them, we only remove those affected areas. Cutting straight across horizontally, replacing drywall as needed, and then applying putty to complete a solid wall again. Painting the entire wall can soon follow.
Flooring is an area of your home that will be the hardest hit in any flooding situation. We have specialized equipment that can dry your floors quickly. Padding, though, is often damaged beyond repair and requires replacement. Hardwood floors might seem dry, but our experience shows that moisture can hide within the spaces between boards, as well as under them. Large pads that produce constant heat can cause this excess moisture to evaporate quickly into the air, leaving your floor dry.
SERVPRO of Arlington / Jacksonville East can restore your entire home if needed, or only the areas that have been affected by flood damage. Call us at (904) 721-2230, anytime, for fast response times and expertise that can make everything "Like it never even happened."