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The Process of Handling a Water Loss

5/4/2022 (Permalink)

2 air movers strategically placed for optimal drying 2 air movers strategically placed for optimal drying

SERVPRO® of Bullitt & N. Nelson Counties doesn't just come into your home or business and extract water and leave. There is much more to water remediation. 

When you have a water loss the first thing you will want to do is call SERVPRO®. Our experience call specialists will ask you several questions to help us understand how to deal with your unique situation. Next we will get you scheduled right away for one of our technicians to come out and assess the situation and create a remediation plan. 

When we have established your specific restoration/mitigation plan our crew will come out and begin the water extraction process, sometimes removing hundreds or thousands of gallons of water. Next we will focus in on water damaged materials, such as flooring, carpeting, drywall, baseboards, etc. 

If you have water damaged materials that can we restored we will then begin the process of sanitizing, deodorizing, and cleaning them in order to restore them to their original state. 

Once all of these things are done it is time to begin the dry out process. This will target water within materials to bring these materials back to their normal moisture level. This equipment is normally placed during the first visit to your property. The type and amount of equipment is based on your unique situation and industry standards. We will do daily monitoring of the dry out equipment and make changes as needed in order to achieve maximum drying. 

After these initial steps, your home may need construction work to get your property back to its preloss condition. If you need repairs we will send our construction crew to begin the work. Once we have completed the entire process you will feel "Like it never even happened!"®

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