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Why We Are The Best Choice In Clifton After A Water Damage Disaster

2/11/2020 (Permalink)

We use advanced technology to detect the moisture levels and ensure proper drying during the restoration process.

How SERVPRO Removes Water Damage from a Clifton Residence

Whether from a pipe leak behind a wall or an appliance failure that has saturated your floors, water damage causes millions in property damage and is the third-largest cause of home property loss. An estimated 14% of all water delivered to the average home is lost to leaks and plumbing malfunctions. Without fast action, this type of damage can go undetected for weeks, months, or even longer, creating even more problems for homeowners to tackle. 

If your Clifton home needs water damage mitigation, your local SERVPRO is ready to extract moisture, remove potential microbes, and restore your home to a preloss condition. Technicians receive extensive training in Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) standards and techniques to ensure that homeowners receive consistent, high-quality cleanup after a disaster occurs. The entire crew lives in Passaic County and works hard to stay in touch with the needs of the community.

SERVPRO's 24/7/365 Availability

When you choose SERVPRO for your cleanup needs, you get the services of an IICRC-certified team that is available on evenings, weekends, and holidays. Technicians know that disasters do not occur on a typical 9-to-5 schedule, so they are always prepared to respond to disasters of all sizes with cutting-edge technologies, tried-and-true cleaning techniques, and EPA-registered antimicrobials. 

Preserving Water-Damaged Hardwood Floors

Whether the source of the damage is a pipe or an appliance failure, many types of flooring do not hold up well to prolonged moisture exposure and may require replacement. If you have hardwood floors, however, restoration is often possible. 

Technicians work quickly to prevent warping, buckling, and cupping by reducing relative humidity to levels between 30% and 45%. The goal is to reduce the moisture content of the hardwood flooring to 16% to prevent the proliferation of microbes. For flooring with a finish that acts as a vapor barrier, the finish may require removal so that water extraction and drying can proceed. Polyethylene tents may be set up near the floor to improve the effectiveness of dehumidifiers during the drying process. 

SERVPRO of Clifton provides service that is Faster to Any Size Disaster. You can call this team at (973) 928-3705 for thorough, emergency-response cleanup. 

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