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How We Help You Recover From A Water Damage Emergency In Indian Rocks Beach

10/5/2018 (Permalink)

Water Damage How We Help You Recover From A Water Damage Emergency In Indian Rocks Beach Hazards such as water damage require an in-depth level of preparedness to stay protected against unnecessary damage or loss.

Extraction Is Key During Water Damage Restoration In Your Indian Rocks Beach Property

Hazards such as water damage require an in-depth level of preparedness to stay protected against unnecessary damage or loss. It explains why our country has set aside a National Preparedness Month - this September. Every person is advised to take every opportunity to come up with, practice, and uphold emergency plans which focus on what to do before, during, and after experiencing such disasters. Even when your family is ready to face such disasters, residents of Indian Rocks Beach should not forget the role that an experienced restoration provider plays during those stressing moments.

To remove moisture from your water Indian Rocks Beach property after a water damage incident, our SERVPRO technicians have to assess the situation at hand and select the most appropriate extraction equipment and procedures. For instance, if we have to clean your upholstery and carpets as well as remove water from the floors, then we have the option of using either portable or truck-mounted water extractors. Extractors have a vacuum system, pump, and a heater - components that enable them to perform several tasks during the restoration process.

The size and accessibility of the site help our SERVPRO technicians to decide on whether to use truck-mounted or portable extractors. We prefer using the portable option when restoring areas whose access is limited. On the other hand, a truck-mounted type is an option when we need to do restorative cleaning and water removal in larger areas. Its vacuum lift usually ranges from 185.71 -198.98 inches of water lift.

If the depth of the standing water exceeds 2 inches, our SERVPRO technicians can decide to use a submersible pump. We are careful not to use pumps when the water contains solid particles. At the end of the cleaning process, we follow the state and local regulations when disposing of the cleaning wastes. We never dispose such wastes into your home's septic system.

SERVPRO of Largo has the expertise and training to handle all cleaning and restoration needs after experiencing any water, fire, storm, or mold damage incident. Call us at (727) 586-0060, and our highly trained technicians can make your property “Like it never even happened.”

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