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Safely Cleaning Up Flood Damage in Your Jacksonville Home

11/25/2017 (Permalink)

Storm Damage Safely Cleaning Up Flood Damage in Your Jacksonville Home SERVPRO technicians are careful to keep our technicians and your family safe while restoring your home back to its pre-damage condition.

Safety is First Priority in Our Professional Flood Damage Cleanup Services

Water and flood damage can devastate your property in Jacksonville in a short amount of time. Heavy rains and storms can all result in severe damage and loss of possessions and property. If you have experienced such flooding in your home, you need to act fast to get the water cleaned up and damage repaired.

If water has invaded your Jacksonville home and you now have to deal with flood damage, it could be dangerous for you to attempt to clean it up yourself. Instead, leave a job like this to our professionals at SERVPRO. We have the training and equipment to be able to do the restoration of your home safely.

Structures which are storm-damaged could pose hazards. Floods can cause significant damage to your home. Long-term exposure to floodwater can weaken materials such as drywall and flooring, which creates a hazard for everyone. We look for structural hazards upon our arrival before we begin the water mitigation and restoration. In extreme cases, we may have an engineer inspect the building.

If gas is detected, we contact a local gas company or fire department right away and do not begin any work. If any water has entered from above, we check the ceiling cavities for trapped water. Drywall gets soft when wet, and ceilings could fall onto our SERVPRO workers during restoration. We drill weep holes to free any water trapped in the ceiling and are careful not to punch them in a row and perforate the ceiling.

Floors made of particleboard that have been exposed to water might not support the weight of people or machines. We examine your subflooring to figure out what it is made of and how stable it is.

Exposed nails, broken glass, splinters, or other sharp objects could be present in your flood-damaged home, so we also are careful where we step or pick up.

When all hazards are found, we can begin extracting the water from our truck-mounted pumps and restore your home.

SERVPRO of Arlington is careful when restoring a flood-damaged home to keep all of our workers and you and your family safe. Residents in the areas of St. Nicholas, Fort Caroline, or Jacksonville can rely on our team to do the job safely and thoroughly when you reach out to us at (904) 721-2230.

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