How Can I Bring My House Back to Normal After Flooding?
Calling SERVPRO to Your Raleigh Home Provides You with Prompt, Reputable Flood Damage Clean Up
Whenever the Raleigh area gets hit with a significant storm with wind and rain, you could see a bit of flooding enter your home. It is vital that you address it as soon as possible to save your interior from prolonged exposure that brings about secondary damage. SERVPRO wants you to know that we are Faster to Any Size Disaster, available 24/7, and come with the manpower and equipment to get the job done right the first time.
How Does Restoration Begin?
Once you contact our team, we send out a crew that will assess the extent of your flood damage in Raleigh. If the storm damaged your roof, we would tarp it off to help eliminate further damage during the inspection phase. We also have board-up services that will help ensure your property remains protected from additional exposure from the elements or from animals or people from getting inside.
When you call us for flood restoration services, you get:
- Skilled technicians certified via the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC)
- Professional-grade equipment for water extraction, including submersible pumps, truck-mounted extractors, light wands, and more
- Industrial-strength drying equipment, such as powerful fans, air movers, and dehumidifiers
The longer that you let floodwater fester inside your home, the higher the risk of the onset of harmful bacteria and mold growth. Our crew ensures all saturated and unsalvageable materials get removed with controlled demolition. Everything is then replaced with brand-new materials before getting a thorough cleaning with EPA-registered cleaning agents and deodorants. Your interior is left in preloss condition to make it “Like it never even happened.”
For help with flood damage from a recent storm, give us a call at SERVPRO of North Raleigh & Wake Forest at (919) 790-1222. We have a crew standing by for emergency service 24/7!
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