Why SERVPRO is the Go To Team in Falmouth for Water Spills
Sophisticated Equipment to Handle Any Aspect of Water Removal in Affected Falmouth Properties
If there is a water spill affecting your Falmouth property, you should consider involving a professional team like SERVPRO to perform the water removal for you. Besides having a highly skilled team of technicians, we have state-of-the-art equipment that helps us simplify the different processes required to complete the job.
Sufficient Lift Capacity when Needed
Water removal from affected Falmouth properties is easier when the equipment has sufficient lift capacity. Capabilities such as truck-mounted water extractors are often the right solution. However, the configuration of the site damage location might reduce their efficiency if we have to run a long hose from the extraction point to the equipment. Our SERVPRO technicians combat such problems by having alternative equipment. In this situation, we can use submersible pumps or portable extractors.
Providing Heat When Needed
Heat is an essential resource during the drying phase of a water removal exercise. Providing enough heat for drying when a considerable percentage of the property is affected can be challenging. Our SERVPRO teams have a variety of heating devices that we use depending on the specifics of an incident. One example is Indirect Fired Furnaces. They can provide up to 800,000 BTU, British Thermal Units, of heated air, making them perfect when adequate heat is necessary. We also have portable electric heaters for heating specific areas.
Removing Water from Cavities
Once water spills, it can reach several hidden areas, including subfloors and wall cavities. Removing all moisture traces from these areas is challenging and tedious if they have to be demolished and rebuilt. SERVPRO uses advanced equipment that can prevent additional work. Having the right tools at hand reduces the need for teardown while also reaching all moisture traces. Drying mats help remove moisture from hard to penetrate floor materials, such as tile or hardwood floors. We also use Structural Cavity Drying Equipment after drilling small holes in ceilings, walls, or cabinets to complete the project.
Water removal can be complicated when handled with the wrong tools. Call SERVPRO of Upper Cape Cod and The Islands at (508) 888-5985 to help. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.
We are your go to team in Falmouth.