What is the Best Way to Dry Contents in Your Water Damaged Rogers Home?
Divide and Conquer When Both Your Rogers Home and Its Contents Suffer Water Damage
Homeowners struggle when floors, walls, and ceilings show the harm unexpected water incursion brings. The challenges get even more intense when the unwanted water soaks into furnishings, rugs, books, papers, and window or floor coverings. The talented technicians in our production facility can evaluate the damage done to the contents of your home and take the right steps to restore a broad range of items when a pack-out transports the articles from your house to our headquarters.
It is no surprise that water damage affects more than the structure of your Rogers home. Regardless of the source of the water, many household goods and personal possessions absorb moisture if they are staged or stored in a space where water invaded. Our highly-qualified crews have strategies to clean, dry, and restore both building materials and movable property. A pack-out permits our employees to focus on the requirements of each type of water damage remediation.
SERVPRO uses a detailed and secure Contents Claim Inventory System (CCIS) to track the progress of water damage restoration efforts for items temporarily moved out of your home. We use lists, digital photographs, and barcoding to document the packed-out inventory, helping you support insurance claims. You can also feel confident that we made all restorative efforts before choosing to discard or replace any property.
Specialized water damage mitigation techniques such as freeze-drying for paper and photos, controlled drying modules for furniture or electronics, and commercial washing and drying equipment for clothing, linens, and window treatments restore the function and appearance of your possessions. Meanwhile, the SERVPRO crew members working on the damage to your home’s structure face fewer impediments as they remove the water and dry out the affected spaces.
We clear items from rooms that incur water damaged wall-to-wall carpeting or hardwood floors to streamline the drying process. SERVPRO technicians complete in-place drying of carpets using weighted wands, carefully making multiple passes while avoiding stretching the fabric without concern about rust spots or staining from the furniture. Likewise, hardwood floors respond well to negative air pressure suction, and it is much easier to configure the drying mats if furnishings and other items are safely moved out rather than needing continual repositioning.
SERVPRO of Benton / Carroll Counties has both your home and contents covered when water damage is the challenge. Call us at (479) 787-7377 to set up an assessment.
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