How do I Know if Flooding Weakened my Walls in My Mary Ester Home?
Call a Professional Water Restoration Service to Assess the Damage to Your Mary Ester Home
Flooding in your home in Mary Ester can be quite overwhelming, particularly when you don't know what to look for in terms of damage. You may think that extracting water is all you need to do to bring your home back to mint condition, but it is not enough. A professional team can point out any areas of risk in your home to take timely action and protect your family from future complications.
If you live in Mary Ester, your flood damage needs are essential to us at SERVPRO. Let our expert crew guide you as we assess how far the water made it into your home. When water disasters occur, most homeowners do not realize that structural elements in their homes may be vulnerable. The spread of bacteria and even the growth of mold can become a reality if humidity is not put under control.
How do I protect my walls from flood damage?
Our SERVPRO team takes inventory of the damage in your home and plans the equipment and techniques we need. Controlling excess moisture is crucial to our success, so equipment such as dehumidifiers, air movers, and water extractors are standard in our restoration jobs. As we document the process, we pay close attention to the presence of bacteria and hidden water deposits so we can take care of them. This documentation can be beneficial as you connect with your insurance company to file a claim. Meanwhile, to protect your walls, we may take some of the following steps depending on your needs:
• Replacing drywall sections as needed and repainting
• Preparing the area for other contractors that may need to come in
• Disinfecting all areas of your home to avoid the growth of bacteria
Decontamination of your home is just as necessary as restoring normal humidity levels. Our SERVPRO of Fort Walton Beach is at your service to help you restore your home. Call us day or night at (850) 863-2552 and let us leave your home, “Like it never even happened.”