SERVPRO Has What it Takes to Restore The Beauty to Your Flood-Damaged Home
Return The Beauty To Your Bella Vista Home After Flood Damage
Although winter is fast approaching, the precipitation received in Bella Vista is not always of the fluffy, frozen type. In areas like ours where the temperature rarely sees lows below the mid-20s and highs often approaching the mid to upper 40s throughout the colder months, heavy rains are predictable in place of snow. Downpours can lead to flooding. We respond to wet lower levels all seasons of the year.
Snowpack and frozen ground interfere with the ground’s ability to absorb during winter rains in Bella Vista. Flood damage follows, which can harm flooring, walls, and contents of the areas of your home at or below the flooding. High-efficiency water pumps and extractors along with an IICRC-trained crew to operate are the keys to removing the water. Sophisticated moisture meters and infrared scanners help out crews locate all moisture wherever it migrates in your home after flooding.
The critical baseline elements to a successful flood damage restoration are complete standing water removal and structural drying. Partially or fully finished basements or lower level walkout are particularly susceptible to severe water damage. SERVPRO utilizes innovations in the restoration industry to eliminate even difficult to access water.
In a finished lower level pulling as much water as possible from hardwood or tile floors is mandatory. Laminate flooring often stands in for hardwood, laid over a concrete base. Although laminate and carpet coverings many times do not fare well during flooding, requiring tear out and removal, SERVPRO has strategies for hardwood, tile and the concrete subfloor.
Concrete dries slowly, but it cannot be ignored as any moisture remaining can re-saturate the flooring. SERVPRO also takes advantage of the Injectidry system, placing drying mats attached to negative air pressure equipment to pull water out through the joints between planks. Although tile floors seem waterproof, moisture can get between and then below the tiles through grout lines. The Injectidry assists to complete the drying in those circumstances.
Sanitization with EPA registered disinfectants is the next step because flood waters are by definition contaminated. SERVPRO ensures that the remaining moisture is converted to water vapor and then condensed or absorbed for disposal. Air movers, heaters, and evaporative or desiccant dehumidifiers help complete that process.
Locally Owned Company with National Resources
SERVPRO of Benton / Carroll Counties is ready for a flood damage challenge winter, spring, summer, or fall. Call us at (479) 787-7377 to schedule an assessment if winter rain storms cause flooding in your home.
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