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Get Reliable Water Restoration Services in Falmouth with SERVPRO

5/23/2023 (Permalink)

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SERVPRO’s Expert Team Provides Swift Water Restoration in Falmouth After a Storm 

Whether from flooding, heavy rainfall, or a leaky roof, water damage from a storm can take a heavy toll on your property. Hiring professionals like SERVPRO for water restoration of your Falmouth home can help limit damage and speed up recovery. 

SERVPRO techs quickly assess the damage and provide equipment and expertise during the water restoration of your Falmouth home. We take steps to prevent further damage to your property, such as installing tarps or boarding up windows to protect against rain or wind. 

Removing the Standing Water During Flood Restoration

One of the most challenging tasks SERVPRO restorers face when they arrive at your flooded property is removing the standing water. As floodwater is often contaminated (category 3), techs must remove it quickly to prevent secondary damage. 

SERVPRO techs use different types of water-extracting equipment to speed up water removal.

  • Truck-mounted extractors are large, powerful extractors mounted on a truck, and techs use them for large-scale water extraction. They have a higher capacity and can extract water faster than portable extractors.
  • Portable extractors are one of the most common water extraction equipment used in restoration. These machines are typically mounted on wheels, and techs can quickly move them from room to room.
  • Trash pumps are especially useful during floodwater extraction as they can remove water that contains sediment and other debris. 

Decontamination After Water Clean Up

SERVPRO techs use antimicrobials to decontaminate your property according to the IICRC S500 guidelines. We only use chemicals approved by the EPA during the decontamination process and strictly follow the local regulations regarding their usage. 

SERVPRO techs apply antimicrobials only after the affected area has been cleaned and dried. 

Call SERVPRO of Upper Cape Cod and The Islands at (508) 888-5985 for immediate help. Remember, We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.

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