How Can Homeowners Protect Their Families After Water Damage to Their Falmouth Homes?
Calling a Professional Water Restoration Team Helps Protect Your Family in Falmouth From the Consequences of Water Damage
Water can come into your home in Falmouth due to many different reasons. There might be a leak, a broken window, or a roof leak you didn’t know existed. Regardless of the culprit, you should call a reputable water restoration team to assess the damage and to share their advice. Only a crew with specialized equipment and a deep understanding of the water's impact in your home can give you a knowledgeable plan of action to restore each affected area.
When you live in Falmouth, water damage restoration is a job for our expert team at SERVPRO. We train with industry experts both on the field and in academic settings to understand the impact of standing water and how to mitigate it. Using the right tools for the job sets the stage for an efficient restoration process that minimizes your loss and protects you from future complications.
What exactly are water removal services?
Water removal entails restoring proper humidity levels in your home, which is not the same as eliminating moisture. Our infrared moisture meters, as well as other state-of-the-art measuring tools, help us monitor our progress. Aside from extracting water with truck-mounted or submersible pumps, and using technology such as Injectidry and drying mats, we also focus on preventing additional damage. One of the areas of concern after a water event is the possibility of mold growth. To deter mold spores from spreading, we do the following:
• Restore proper humidity levels by extracting water
• Apply antimicrobial solutions as appropriate
• Discard any items that could pose a danger due to their level of water saturation
SERVPRO of Upper Cape Cod and The Islands is your best option when leaks and flooding happen. Call our water restoration team at (508) 888-5985 whenever you detect the problem and let our staff leave your home, “Like it never even happened.”