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Water Damage Restoration Raleigh

9/29/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO for Raleigh Water Damage Restoration Services

Call SERVPRO of North Raleigh & Wake Forest Now (919) 790-1222.

As the capital city of North Carolina, Raleigh is one of the areas in continual growth, only surpassed in size and growth by Charlotte in the southernmost portion of the state. As a humid subtropic zone for climate, temperatures and weather events vary significantly from one season to the next. Apart from the dangers and risks of natural disasters like Hurricane Florence that damaged many structures and homes in 2018, it is the beauty of the fall in the City of Oaks that can be a present reminder of what attracted settlers and continues to draw in new residents. As the seat of Wake County, Raleigh has more than 475,000 residents, so restoration companies like our SERVPRO team must stay prepared for water, fire, and storm emergencies.

Raleigh Area Emergency Water Removal, Cleanup, and Restoration

  • Local Restoration Professionals (919) 790-1222. 
  • Experienced Water Restoration, Extraction, Drying & Cleanup. 
  • Deodorization and Deep Cleaning 
  • Fire & Smoke Damage Cleanup and Restoration
  • Mold Inspection, Remediation, and Build Back
  • Storm Cleanup, Extraction, and Restoration
  • Commercial Cleaning Specialists

Restoring Raleigh Properties After Water Damages

While Raleigh might be best known as the capital and its namesake in Sir Walter Raleigh and his lost Roanoke colony, it is also the home to one of the state's largest universities. North Carolina State University has been a catapult to the city's growth and cultural expansion, especially in the communities immediately surrounding the campus. Wolfpack athletics draw in thousands on gameday, whether to PNC Arena for Men's Basketball or Carter-Finley Stadium on a fall Saturday.

With more than 43 inches of annual rainfall, a large portion of which results from severe thunderstorms during the east coast hurricane season, flooding and structural damage can follow along with these events and require immediate mitigation and attention. This is a testament to the Downtown District's impressive architecture and construction, including the Sir Walter Raleigh Hotel built in the early 20th century. A fast response ensures that areas like the revitalized City Market and cultural centers like the North Carolina Museum of History and Museum of Natural Sciences can resume business as usual quickly. 

Emergency Water Damage Scenarios for the Raleigh Area

  • Hurricane Flooding and Storm Damage 
  • Freezing Pipes and Fixtures
  • Malfunctioning Appliances 
  • Flash Flooding Conditions 
  • Leaking Roofs 
  • Sewage Backup
  • Flooded Basements 

Why Choose SERVPRO of North Raleigh & Wake Forest?

We're Faster To Any Size Disaster

An effective strategy for protecting more of your home and business after a water damage incident is responding quickly to the situation. We have pre-stocked production vehicles and technicians ready 24/7 to help.

Expertly Trained and Experienced Professionals

The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) oversees the education and training of our experienced professionals for initial accreditations and continued coursework for Water Restoration (WRT) and Applied Structural Drying (ASD.)

Advanced Water Restoration Tools and Technologies

We have advanced equipment and technologies to make water restoration as efficient as possible, from our top-notch extraction tools like submersible pumps to data collection and inspection tools like thermal imagery and moisture meters.

Questions or Concerns? We can help 24/7. Give SERVPRO of North Raleigh & Wake Forest a call now at (919) 790-1222.

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