How Is Professional Water Restoration for Fort Pierce Homes Better?
Professional water damage recovery in Fort Pierce is many moving parts working simultaneously to reach a positive result.
Industry estimates suggest that more than 14,000 people experience water damage emergencies every day. Considering this high volume of unfavorable circumstances, it is no surprise that water damage restoration and cleanup are among the most heavily requested recovery services our SERVPRO team provides. For this reason, we continue to train and prepare our technicians for around-the-clock care and water mitigation. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster, no matter when that emergency occurs.
Emergency Services and Damage Assessment
Before water damage restoration and mitigation services in Fort Pierce can get underway, we must first resolve pressing concerns that could make the property unsafe. We provide rapid repairs of damaged plumbing, remove bulk materials that could collapse, and begin needed house inspections. This assessment can answer many questions about the services required of our SERVPRO team as we seek to resolve water damage emergencies. Our crew chief can examine the water-damaged residence for:
- Structural compromise
- Ruined/damaged contents
- Affected areas
- Mold growth
Mitigation and Water Removal Services
The earliest recovery actions started in a damaged home can directly impact the efficiency of later cleaning and water damage restoration services. Water extraction is among the most needed emergency efforts, as pooling water against building materials can deteriorate wood and carpeting. Multiple extraction units are available for whatever water restoration needs exist, including wet vacuums, submersible pumps, high-pressure units, and truck-mount extractors.
Identifying the Spread of Moisture Damage
Our skilled professionals look to learn about the movement of moisture as soon as possible. Water damage cleanup needs can be more easily targeted and determined using our moisture detection tools and devices. Some of these units include:
- Thermal imagery
- Probing moisture detectors
Thorough Drying Equipment and Efforts
Every water damage event requires some drying practice. This process is continually monitored and carefully considered to provide the most efficient path to the restored property. The equipment needed for this effort encompasses the most significant portion of our inventory, as we have hundreds of axial and centrifugal, high-velocity air movers available for water restoration needs of all sizes. Monitoring shows where more units might be needed, the number of dehumidifiers necessary to manage moisture content, and when drying milestones are reached.
Final Steps for Water Damage Restoration
The work is not yet finished even after the drying process is completed. Additional efforts can help prevent future water damages and eliminate the possibility of mold development on sensitive materials. With a contractor license, we can perform needed structural repairs and replace compromised plumbing after the drying is finished. Because many materials stayed exposed to moisture and humidity concerns during the recovery process, we also implement mold prevention steps with the application of inhibitors on surfaces capable of supporting colonies in the damaged area.
It is clear to see how advantageous professional water mitigation and water damage repairs can be for affected homes and businesses in St. Lucie County. Our experienced WRT-Certified technicians can help with effective cleanup, and restoration needs to make damages "Like it never even happened." Call our SERVPRO of Fort Pierce NE team standing by now at (772) 362-7060.