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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

How can I restore my Home after it floods?

5/12/2020 (Permalink)

man panickining on coach while room has water damage SERVPRO can handle the water damage job in your Lower East Side home.

Can SERVPRO return your Lower East Side home to a dry, safe condition?

Water damage in your Lower East Side home can be mitigated by the SERVPRO team. There is no question they can handle it. It will be dry and in better condition than before.

Why can’t I just rent a water-vac and do it myself?

SERVPRO uses commercial-grade equipment in Lower East Side for the water damages. With more power and options than anything available at a DIY or retail store. Our technicians also follow a careful process that ensures we do not miss anything and provide a safe environment once again.

  • Inspection and Assessment – Team members examine the home to make certain we understand the damage extent and have the equipment needed for restoration.
  • Water Removal & Extraction – Here, we use pumps and smaller vacuum units to draw out the majority of the water in your home.
  • Drying the Structure – Technicians use air movers and dehumidifiers to lower humidity and draw moisture out of structural property like wall framing and drywall.
  • Cleaning and Sanitizing – Specialists clean off any debris that may have been brought up by the water and deodorize restorable items.

Is there anything else that needs to be done?

Now technicians physically restore affected property. This includes replacing floor trim, drywall, and other paneling, as well as installing new carpeting, wood flooring, tile, and linoleum.

If you have water in your home, contact SERVPRO of Lower East Side at (917) 423-6364 immediately. We are here to help you restore your home to a dry, safe condition.

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