Responding To Flood Damage In Rogers
Rogers and the Surrounding Areas Can Get Flood Water Extraction by Contacting SERVPRO
Heavy rains and cresting rivers cause damage almost annually in the Rogers area. Preventing the flood waters from permanently damaging your home requires a combination of preparation and a relationship with a highly qualified flood restoration company. Our technicians and updated equipment are second to none in the Northwest Arkansas area and are prepared to respond fast to your flooding problems.
If in recent years you have felt fortunate to avoid flood damage in your Rogers home, be aware that each flood season is different and poses the possibility of harm to your dwelling. One way a house that is not on the floodplain still can be threatened by flooding is when several days of rain saturates the ground around your home. If you paid little attention to the grading around your house over the years, you soon might regret that oversight. We often see flooding into the basements of homes where water no longer drains away from the foundation.
A common cause is poorly maintained gutters that dam up with debris and dump water directly onto the ground below. The soil erodes, almost creating a mini-moat around the building that then works into the foundation. SERVPRO responds first to the interior flooding.
Our vehicles carry truck-mounted water extractors, and submersible pumps to evacuate the water. SERVPRO technicians train extensively to be able to determine if the flood waters contain contaminants. If sewage, chemicals, or other hazards are present, we contain the dirty water and dispose of it following local rules. Moisture meters and infrared scanners seek hidden pockets of water. If recesses full of floodwater are located, we release the water using extraction wands from the top or by drilling holes in mortar joints or sections of drywall.
Once they remove standing water, SERVPRO workers position air movers and dehumidifiers to dry out the flooded areas. Moisture levels are frequently checked as we head toward drying goals determined by our crew members trained in psychrometrics, or the science of drying. Storage boxes and bins packed out to a dry area are reviewed to decide if the contents are restorable. We may have access to resources that use techniques like freeze drying to save documents, books, and heirlooms.
After the flood mitigation, SERVPRO employees then help customers evaluate landscaping problems. To avoid another saturation-based flood, we suggest a correction in the grading and a repair to the failed gutters.
SERVPRO of Benton / Carroll Counties is a full-spectrum flood damage restoration company. Call (479) 787-7377 to schedule an assessment by an experienced project manager.
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