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Submersible Pumps Are Standard for Indian Rocks Beach Water Loss

11/17/2019 (Permalink)

Two SERVPRO vehicles parked on a sidewalk. Pump the breaks on your Indian Rocks Beach water loss! SERVPRO will be there no matter what.

We have the materials it takes to save your Rocks Beach home from water.

In most water loss situations and flooding instances that could affect Indian Rocks Beach properties, the removal tool of choice is a submersible pump. While there are numerous options available to professional outfits like our SERVPRO team when initially clearing out standing water, the sump pump is a versatile piece of equipment capable of meeting the demands of damaged properties quickly and consistently.

To accomplish water removal in Indian Rocks Beach homes, our technicians must address the primary source of the damage and repair it. In many cases where water removal is necessary, plumbing fixtures or portions of pipe have separated or become severely compromised. With a full team of general contractors licensed through the state (#CBC1250662), we can help with repairs to the plumbing, and with carpet repair and drywall installation. With controlled demolition techniques, we can quickly reach and repair damaged plumbing to gain control of the water loss situation.

Standing water is a challenging obstacle for homeowners to overcome, and they often rely instead on the fast response of our SERVPRO team with our submersible pumps. These electric units are among the most heavily used in the water restoration industry, as they eliminate lift limitations. Smaller units like we might traditionally use for standing water in your household can reach up to 18,000 gallons per hour (GPH) with close to 70 feet of discharge head. These smaller units can work in confined spaces, and run on present electric outlets for continual quiet operation.

Discharging from sump pumps goes to the nearest available drain or water outlet leaving the house. Once this productive unit has brought water levels down to a manageable 2 inches in depth or less, we can deploy the combination of light wands, wet-vacs, and stationary deep extraction tools for carpet and pad water removal.

Restoring a water-damaged house is not as straightforward as it might appear and can require sophisticated tools and practices to accomplish. Our SERVPRO of Largo team can help however you need with reliable sump pumps. Give us a call today at (727) 586-0060.

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