Which Equipment Best Removes Standing Water After a Flood in New Haven?
Flooding and its damages can spread quickly throughout your residence.
Flood Damage in New Haven
Our SERVPRO team can help with useful extraction tools to make drying and cleaning efforts more efficient after flooding in your New Haven home.
Flooding can introduce many immediate threats to your New Haven home. Among the most severe and threatening of these, especially in natural flooding scenarios, is standing water. This pooling in areas of your residence can be challenging to remove without the right tools and approaches. However, our SERVPRO professionals can help with multiple options designed to manage this loss scenario quickly.
Despite how destructive flood damage in New Haven homes can be, many homeowners do not recognize the need for professional restorers as quickly as they should in many circumstances. The sooner that our experienced technicians can get to work on removing water and drying the house, the less damaging that migrating water and saturation can become. Mitigation and emergency services like extraction must begin as soon as our team arrives, and we have several approaches. Popular types of extraction tools include:
Pumps – With a submersible end that can generate a prime to pull standing water from a damaged area, these units are capable of moving thousands of gallons from damaged areas over brief periods.
Wet Vacuums – When water depths do not exceed two inches, wet vacuums and their various attachments can help to remove surface water and prepare the property for drying.
Weighted Extraction Tools – Carpeting can absorb high volumes of water before pooling begins on the surface. Weighted extraction units utilize the weight of our technicians to press the top layer and padding into the subflooring. The onboard vacuum removes moisture brought to the surface.
Are Submersible Pumps the Best Choice for Standing Water?
Submersibles are some of the more reliable and powerful tools in our water restoration inventory. The choice in which of these pumps suits the damage the best often falls to the present debris and solids in the standing water. Natural flooding can introduce substantial debris, silt, and other particulates that electric submersible pumps cannot easily pass, but that is more ideal for trash pumps and larger units like the extractor truck in our SERVPRO Green Fleet. Some of the most common choices for extracting substantial flooding in the house include:
Self-Priming Trash Pump - Trash pumps run on gasoline and diesel fuels, which can make them an ideal option where power is already limited, and other restorative devices can use it. These powerful extractors can pass smaller debris with a larger intake/discharge hose.
Electric Submersible Pump - These units are the standard for removing standing clean water in the house. When flooding occurs through breaches in the roof or openings in the house, we can extract thousands of gallons over a brief period with these capable units.
High-Pressure Pump - Similar in function to the electric pumps, high-pressure units can address a greater need for lift and head. These units cannot easily pass debris but can be excellent options for removing flooding in the basement, attic, or other areas that require an extended discharge.
When Do Professional Restorers Use Wet Vacuums?
With a manageable depth of two inches or less, the present water damage is still too considerable for time-efficient drying. Wet vacuums and their various attachments can help to finalize the removal of surface water. While these units can also be capable at greater depths and more substantial losses, when the standing water is enough to support the prime on submersible units, these have more power and a higher volume of output production.
What Are Weighted Extractors?
Water losses can often negatively impact many of the exposed materials in the house, and none can experience more of this damage than the flooring. Carpeting can get hit the worst, as it immediately absorbs migrating water and can become nearly fully saturated before showing pooling water on the surface. With clean water incidents where contamination is not a concern, it is often possible to dry and restore carpeted floors with the use of water removal tools and calculated drying approaches. Weighted extractors can have a role in this recovery, and these include:
• Stationary Units
• Ride-On Extractors
• Large Loss Recovery Tools
Flooding and its damages can spread quickly throughout your residence. Beginning extraction and drying efforts as soon as possible is an effective way to protect your home and its contents from irreparable damage. Give our SERVPRO of New Haven team a call today at (203) 234-1100.
How Do I Get Rid of Burnt Odors From Upholstery?
Contact SERVPRO any time. Our experts are trained in fire & smoke restoration, odor control, upholstery and fabric cleaning.
SERVPRO Specializes in Fire Damage Odor Removal for Home and Contents.
Why do odors come from upholstery after a fire?
Combusting materials increase air pressure and release chemicals into the atmosphere, which produces burnt odors. It is common for North Haven homeowners to discover that soft furnishings in their homes continue to release malodor after a fire. Upholstery has typical construction of fiber weaves. These weaves are porous, which causes odor particles to lodge inside the fabric. Removing the odor can be challenging because of the diverse range of materials that make up soft furnishings. Some tissues may respond negatively to cleaning methods or solutions and result in visible damage.
How do you remove odor from upholstery without causing damage?
The advantage of using a professional fire damage restorer in North Haven is that there is less risk of causing visible harm to soft furnishings during cleaning. SERVPRO technicians always conduct pre-tests before applying cleaning solutions directly onto upholstery. Pre-testing involves administering a small amount of the cleaning solution or solvent to a discrete area of the upholstery. After rinsing the solution, technicians inspect the test-area for negative responses. We have a range of cleaning methods for materials that allow us to tailor our approach to any specific item of furniture without causing harm.
What kind of permanent damage can occur to upholstery from cleaning solutions?
- Discoloration of the fabric or dye bleeding
- Watermarks may occur with non-colorfast fabrics
- Burn marks or wearing away of fibers
Are chemical agents the only method for restoring fabrics?
We can use chemical agents or mechanical cleaning methods to restore upholstery. Some materials like leather have precise requirements to restore efficiently. Leather butter can help remove discoloration while the leather's resilience makes it well-suited to buffering with a machine. On the other hand, thick fiber upholstery may require a dry emulsifying powder to get rid of soils.
Upholstery can be a challenge to restore without precise method selection. Contact SERVPRO of New Haven at (203) 234-1100.
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Where Can I Find Water Damage Repair Services for My Gym?
Don't let water damage interfere with your gym. Call SERVPRO!
Contact SERVPRO of New Haven for Professional Water Damage Remediation Services Today!
Owning a New Haven business that suddenly experiences water damage is nothing anyone wants to go through. Stress can often be overwhelming. However, here at SERVPRO, we aim to alleviate some of that stress from your shoulders.
Should your New Haven gym suffer water damage, get help as soon as possible. No matter when the emergency occurs, getting quick help can ensure that a broken pipe doesn't become permanent damage. Here at SERVPRO, we base our schedule around yours and try to be available whenever you need us.
A Pipe Burst in My Gym at One AM, What Should I Do?
Should a pipe burst, it is essential to remain calm and act quickly. You can start by:
- Turning off the water to your building, and preventing water from free-flowing
- Calling for help as soon as the water has been shut off, or even while doing it
- Telling the technicians critical information about entrances and exits, so they can get to work fast
Here at SERVPRO, we always strive to arrive whenever you need us, day or night.
What Can Your Technicians Do to Remove the Standing Water?
Our highly trained SERVPRO technicians use advanced technological devices to remove standing water as quickly as possible. We can use tools such as:
- Portable submersible pumps
- Wet/dry vacuums
After removing water from your property, we can use infrared cameras to look for any hidden water pockets. Furthermore, we can also set down drying equipment, such as dehumidifiers and flood drying mats, to minimize excess moisture. Here at SERVPRO, we strive to remediate all aspects of water damage, so you can go back to living your life as usual.
If your business needs water damage restoration services, act now. Call SERVPRO of New Haven by dialing (203) 234-1100. We're always open for you.
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What is the Safest Way to Restore my Home and Contents after Flood Damage?
New Havens Storm damage needs SERVPRO’s tools and reliability.
SERVPRO Offers Nationally Certified Restoration Experts to New Haven Residents with Flood Damage.
What qualifications are needed to restore property flooding in New Haven?
Certifications can help you identify expert local restorers when you do not have time to do thorough research. Our technicians complete their training by receiving nationally recognized qualifications from the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certifications (IICRC) body. Flooding can present considerable challenges to even the most experienced practitioners, which is why certifiable quality is essential to sourcing a good restorer. Our roster of technicians for flood damage in your New Haven home include water restorers (WRT,) Applied Structural Drying (ASD) experts, odor control (OCT) and applied microbial remediation (AMRT.) We can also provide specialist stone, masonry and ceramic tile cleaning technicians (SMT) and carpet cleaning technicians (CCT.)
What are the immediate concerns with a flooded property?
- Standing water can exert significant pressure on a structure and need to reduce immediately.
- Stemming water migration can lessen potential damages.
- Securing a property from unlawful entry and theft
- Waterproofing your home using tarpaulins to prevent further water intrusion
- Bringing down relative humidity to avoid microbial growth issues
- Removing possessions from the reach of floodwaters and placing them in a designated dry room for specific restoration detail
- Acting quickly to control water migration and protecting wall cavities or subfloor from water exposure
How does controlling humidity prevent mold growth?
Micro-organisms like mold need three conditions to grow: food supply, temperature, and moisture. A home is full of potential food for microbes, especially wet fabrics, insulation, or drywall. The relative humidity typically rises in a property with large amounts of water in it due to evaporation. To dry a property, we need to encourage evaporation by increasing the temperature, allowing air to hold more moisture than in cooler conditions. The combination of drying efficiently and preventing microbial growth is a fine balance. SERVPRO technicians take regular measurements of indoor humidity using hygrometers to ensure that mold reproduces slowly during the restoration. Slowing mold growth allows us to focus on drying efficiently without risking an uncontrolled microbial outbreak.
How can you rid a property of microbes after flood restoration?
Microbes are a natural part of all home environments, which makes removing them impossible. However, microbes are not bothersome unless they reproduce in an uncontrolled environment. Our AMRT technicians can focus solely on preventing mold growth using a combination of chemical agents and drying principles. The most effective precaution against mold growth is to dry the affected area quickly and control humidity levels over night. By working together with ASD technicians, they can prevent an infestation from occurring and restore the property to its normal, sanitary condition.
What steps can you take to control mold growth during flood restoration?
- Dehumidification to maintain indoor humidity below 60 grains (of moisture) per pound (GPP) keeps microbial growth under control.
- Using biocides or antimicrobial chemicals on high-risk areas to prevent mold from moving through growth stages during the cleanup
- Paying close attention to water migration, dripping or leaking which could cause damp spots and attract mold spores
- Thorough cavity inspection and drying to avoid mold buildup behind walls, floors or ceilings
How can I speed up evaporation in a room without natural ventilation or light?
Water evaporates quicker when there is plenty of dry air in the room. A general rule of thumb for encouraging evaporation is that wet always move to dry. However, the more water that evaporates, the more saturated the surrounding air becomes, reducing drying times. When dealing with a room with lots of residual moisture, evaporation can create a vapor barrier between dry air and the surface, which leads to slow drying. SERVPRO technicians use air-moving equipment to maintain constant air motion through a flooded property. Moving air allows wet surfaces to evaporate into dry air. Combining a heating element increases overall air temperature, which allows it to absorb more evaporated moisture speeding up the drying process.
When can you start structural or contents restoration for a flooded property?
Once damage mitigation is complete with the property is clean and dry, we can begin to perform a restoration. Restoring a property can involve replacing any building materials that were non-salvageable and as buffering carpets or repainting walls. Our technicians combine the restoration phase with preventive measures that can protect your home against secondary damages. These procedures include using antimicrobial or odor sealing primers on walls and carpets to ensure that you do not incur further costs in the future.
Taking a property through restoration from start to finish requires organization and qualified restoration professionals. Contact SERVPRO of New Haven at (203) 234-1100.
Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned – a defensive cleaning program
Our defensive cleaning program gives your business a way forward by providing your employees and customers ongoing safety and assuredness.
Let us help you get back to business
As our communities re-open in New Haven, we’re all moving back toward a new kind of normal. The expectations of visitors, customers, and employees who come into our establishments have evolved, and staying safe and well is a top concern. The global COVID-19 pandemic has changed what it means to be clean, and we’ve developed a program to help your business meet the new higher standard of clean that is now expected.
Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned is a defensive cleaning program we’re offering to businesses and commercial locations to address the current COVID-19 pandemic. This proactive viral pathogen cleaning program goes well beyond janitorial or carpet cleaning. By choosing Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, you, your employees, your customers, and your community can rest assured that you’ve selected a higher cleaning standard – you are Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned.
Extensive training and specialized products
As the #1 choice in cleanup and restoration*, we stand on more than 50 years of experience and expertise to help your business become Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned. Beyond fire & water, SERVPRO professionals are trained and experienced in biohazard decontamination and chemical spills – always adhering to the cleaning and decontamination standards set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local authorities.
From formulating and creating our proprietary cleaning products, like SERVPROXIDE, at our headquarters in Gallatin, TN, to taking the utmost care while disinfecting, we will ensure you and your business are set up to inspire consumer confidence as the economy continues to reopen.
3 C’s – Consult, Clean, and Certify
When the stakes are this high, you want a partner who has developed an industry leading, proprietary training program, cleaning solutions, and remediation processes over decades. We’ve cleaned up some of the most challenging biohazards imaginable. Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned reflects our unique experiences and capabilities. The program is grounded with our unique 3 C’s: Consult, Clean, and Certify.
- Consult – Every business is different, which is why you’ll be assigned a Cleaning Protocol Consultant who understands your business and will create a cleaning program to meet your specific needs. This program will be developed based on your business type, size of space, amount of high frequency touchpoints, foot traffic and congestion points.
- Clean – Based on your specific business needs, your location will undergo a thorough, deep clean, using exclusive cleaning products, according to protocols set forth by the CDC. Our employees have years of experience, and we will go beyond the scope of work that regular janitorial staff perform. Cleanup procedures generally include cleaning of porous and non-porous surfaces, disinfecting of non-porous surfaces, cleaning and disinfecting of equipment, tools, and/or supplies used for cleanup process, and disposal of hazardous materials. In the event of a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 event, we will be there cleaning within 24 hours to ensure you get back to business as quickly as possible.
- Certify - Once your business location has been Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, you will gain access to proprietary signage, digital emblems, and other collateral that communicates that you’ve selected a higher standard of clean available to help protect your employees and customers. And because we add the day, month, and year to that proprietary stamp of clean, your guests will know that not only did you choose Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, but that your location is being cleaned regularly at this standard.
Call today for a Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned consultation
We’re Here to Help – 24 hours a day, seven days a week – until life is back to normal in the communities we all call home.
Call SERVPRO of New Haven today at (203) 234-1100 for your Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned consultation.
* #1 Choice in cleanup & restoration based Commercial Attitude & Usage Tracking study. Polling 816 commercial business decision makers on first choice for future needs related to cleanup & restoration work. Study conducted by C&R Research: October 2019
Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned means professionally trained SERVPRO franchises perform the requested cleaning, sanitizing and disinfection services according to proprietary SERVPRO protocols and recognized industry and CDC standards with EPA approved cleaning products to deliver a SERVPRO certified cleaning experience. Each SERVPRO franchise is independently owned and operated.
Are There Many Benefits of Professional Disinfection Services in New Haven CT?
: Our SERVPRO trained technicians can apply disinfectants using ULV ultra-light volume devices in a New Haven home or commercial structure.
Contact SERVPRO for Information and Biohazardous Cleaning and Disinfectant Application
The benefits of using professional-grade disinfection services in New Haven CT businesses are many. First, the current information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that the virus can remain viable on some surfaces for up to nine days, and the influenza virus can remain viable for around three days. This tells us that frequent cleaning of common touchpoint areas is crucial to inhibit the spread of this strong and active contagion.
Thankfully, SERVPRO techs have extensive training regarding the sanitization of biohazards in New Haven and the actions needed for cleaning and disinfecting many different surfaces. We hear lots of information about cleaning hard surfaces such as doorknobs, we seldom hear about textile cleaning, such as carpeting or even clothing. SERVPRO of New Haven representatives can meet with you to discuss the many options and services that are available to help you protect your residence or business. Our resources include having commercial equipment and medical-grade cleaners and disinfectants.
SERVPRO of New Haven offers the local community reasonably priced professional disinfection services for any size property, call today at (203) 234-1100.
Disclaimer: Advice from the medical and scientific community regarding how to deal with the coronavirus is based on present knowledge, which is subject to change as the situation continues to develop. There can be no assurance that disinfectants alone will be adequate to fully eliminate the virus. We are not physicians or infectious disease professionals. Consult your medical professionals for individual medical advice.
A Pipe Burst in My Kitchen, What Do I Do to Get Rid of the Water in New Haven?
Should you experience a burst pipe, call SERVPRO. We are always available to restore your home.
Leave the Water Removal to SERVPRO When You Have an Incident in Your New Haven Home!
Even though you work hard to prevent water emergencies from happening, it is often hard to avoid them entirely. If you suffer from water loss due to a burst pipe, water cleanup must commence as quickly as possible. Contacting professionals to take care of the water removal and drying and cleanup helps you restore your home to new, making it feel “Like it never even happened.”
How Can SERVPRO Get the Water Cleaned Up Quickly?
Once you call us for water removal in New Haven, we deploy a crew with our Green Fleet loaded with advanced equipment. After the water loss gets assessed, we then formulate a plan, including several essential steps:
- Water is extracted using industrial-strength vacuums
- After removing visible water, we strategically place centrifugal air movers and dehumidifiers to take moisture from the air
- A standard industrial formula is put into motion that helps us determine the number of air movers, dehumidifiers, and heaters are needed to facilitate optimum airflow for efficient drying
- Moisture sensor equipment allows us to determine where water may have migrated to have it addressed promptly
- After the entire kitchen is deemed dry, we use broad-spectrum EPA-registered disinfectants to inhibit microbial growth that often brings about foul odors after a water loss incident
We understand how important the hours are following a burst pipe sending water into your kitchen. Because of this, we make sure to deploy teams as quickly as possible. In most scenarios, a crew arrives on your property in as little as four hours to get to work.
Contact us at SERVPRO of New Haven when you need fast and reliable water removal. You can contact our team 24/7 (203) 234-1100.
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How Do I Decide What to Keep and What to Discard After a Household Fire in New Haven?
Call us at (203) 234-1100 to set our multi-discipline mitigation and remediation response in motion for you.
SERVPRO’s Specialized Cleaning and Deodorizing Strategies Save Time, Expense, and Memories for Our New Haven Customers
The heart of every home is the family and friends finding comfort and security within the structure. Your priority when fire strikes are moving loved ones to a safe space. Then you must find qualified and compassionate professionals to transform the soot-coated surfaces, deep charring, filthy water, and other chaotic circumstances facing you back to “Like it never even happened.”
?Should I Just Cut My Losses and Throw Everything Away?
The devastation of fire damage in your New Haven home affects not only the structure and fixtures in your home but also the furnishings, household goods, and personal possessions you and your family use and treasure. We have highly skilled technicians with decades of successful restoration on their resumes working to save your contents at our production facility as our onsite crews manage the challenges at your home.
When and Why Are Move-Outs Recommended?
Our dedicated move-out division uses SERVPRO’s Contents Claim Inventory Service (CCIS) to provide a detailed inventory of all items we pack up and transport to our climate-controlled workspace. We move your possessions as quickly as possible after careful packing for two primary reasons:?
• Delivering the damaged contents to our team of experienced Contents Processing Technicians (CPT) for targeted assessment, cleaning, disinfection, drying, and deodorization
• Clearing the fire-damaged spaces in your home, permitting our Fire and Smoke Restoration Technicians (FSRT) and other certified experts to work unimpeded
What Resources Are Available for Packed-Out Items?
Unique and individualized approaches to cleaning, drying, and restoration include, among many others:
• Freeze-drying for wet papers and pictures
• Immersion and ultrasonic tanks to clean tenaciously adhered residues
• Small drying and deodorization compartments to increase efficiency
• Industrial washing and drying equipment?
Many years of experience in restoring contents in tried, true, and innovative ways make SERVPRO of New Haven a trusted resource after fire devastates a home. Call us at (203) 234-1100 to set our multi-discipline mitigation and remediation response in motion for you.
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What Can Water Damage Do to My New Haven Home?
We have experience in all types and scenarios of water damage and can restore your home.
Water Infiltration in Your New Haven Home Can Lead to Structural Damage or Mold Growth, So Call SERVPRO for Expert Water Cleanup!
Once water unexpectedly seeps into your New Haven home, safety and prompt action are crucial. All of your interior belongings are important to you, but our team at SERVPRO ensures that your family is safe from structural damage and the potential for mold and mildew growth. Something as slight as a leaky pipe can bring about hidden dangers to your electrical system, so we leave no stone unturned during restoration efforts.
Why Call for Professional New Haven Water Restoration?
Trained professionals handle many jobs, including water cleanup in New Haven. Even in a clean water situation where a leak or emergency burst came from a faulty pipe, the chances of water migrating to areas not visible are incredibly high. Trained water restoration technicians (WRT) have the right equipment to get everything cleaned up as well as moisture detection tools to locate areas where the water may have traveled.
How Can I Tell the Extent of the Damage in New Haven?
Our trained technicians follow detailed guidelines on how to classify water loss situations. The four main classifications we use to categorize jobs include:
- Class 1:This is a situation where a small area is impacted and may require little or no water extraction.
- Class 2:This situation impacts at least an entire room and may have up to 24 inches of water saturation.
- Class 3:This is a water loss that impacts a much larger area, often reaching more than one floor, which calls for extensive restoration efforts.
- Class 4:This type of situation generally includes specialized drying techniques that will not usually fall within the other classifications.
If your water loss falls within Class 1, you need to know that there can still be a significant amount of damage. For example, if you have a broken pipe located on the second floor of your home, and it goes unaddressed, it may lead to Class 3 damage, call for more involved cleaning, and replace walls, ceilings, and floors.
What if I Have a Slow Leak in New Haven That I Just Noticed?
Any slow leaking pipe in New Haven can start to cause significant damage after just a short period. Even though the water coming from the supply line is clean, this delay in mitigation creates a moist environment that turns into a breeding ground for bacteria and mold. This bacteria turns the Category 1 water or Class 1 situation into contaminated water, which calls for specialized cleaning and disinfection using EPA-registered cleaning agents.
How Does Your Team Address Water Cleanup in New Haven?
Several factors determine how we proceed with the cleanup and drying of your interior when you call us for water restoration services including:
- The type of water that has invaded your home
- The overall size of the area that has been affected
- The types of building materials involved
Clean water is always easier to clean up than a black water situation. With a burst pipe, the job could be as simple as pipe repair and drying the impacted area. Prompt action within 24 to 48 hours helps to prevent bacteria and mold from growing.
We also consider all the materials impacted inside the water loss zone:
- If carpeting is the only material impacted, restoration could be completed quickly.
- If insulation, drywall or framing is water damaged, the restoration efforts may take up to 10 days or longer from start to finish.
SERVPRO likes to remind all water restoration clients that each situation is different. We take the time to assess each job carefully and formulate a plan for prompt water extraction using tools that our Green Fleet comes equipped with, including:
- Truck-mounted water extractors
- Submersible pumps
- Wet/dry vacuums, and a variety of other tools
What Items in My New Haven Home Are Not Salvageable?
It is our goal to preserve as many of your essential possessions as we can. Not all items can are salvageable after a water loss, including:
- Wood that has been fully saturated
- Food items touched by water
- Supplements and medications
- Personal hygiene items touched by water
- Anything that presents with mold growth
Once we eliminate standing water within your home's loss zone, our skilled technicians set up industrial fans, air movers, and dehumidifiers to pull moisture from the air. Moisture sensor technology and thermal imaging cameras allow us to locate any areas that need more attention to ensure thorough drying. After everything is deemed dry, we then sanitize and clean anything that has been in contact with the water.
SERVPRO thoroughly documents everything that goes into the water restoration at your home. Not every water damage incident is equal in the eyes of many insurance companies. If the damage seems to be due to a lack of intervention on your part, you may have issues with insurance not covering all items. Working with insurance is why it is always better to call in the help of IICRC-certified technicians to get the project wrapped quickly and efficiently to ensure all bases are covered.
SERVPRO of New Haven is here to help with all of your water cleanup needs, 24/7. Give us a phone call at (203) 234-1100, and we make it "Like it never even happened."
Mold Removal In New Haven Salon
The discovery of mold in your New Haven salon can be destructive to your business and your reputation simultaneously.
How Do I Remove Mold in My New Haven Salon?
Our SERVPRO remediation technicians can offer fast and effective solutions to protect your New Haven business and get you back open quickly.
The discovery of mold in your New Haven salon can be destructive to your business and your reputation simultaneously. With the potential health effects that come from exposure to active colonization, addressing these microbial threats in your business benefits your staff, your customers, and the structure itself.
Addressing the mold damage in your New Haven salon begins with assessing the scope of the damage and where moisture and dampness exist to facilitate mold growth. Our responding SERVPRO team can identify affected materials and moisture pockets with surface moisture meters.
Remediation often involves surface cleaning with antimicrobial solutions or with harsher sanding or soda blasting techniques. Removing the entire organism from affected materials can reduce the possibility of recurrences while our SERVPRO team works to dry out the salon so that customers can return. In more extreme cases, we might look to our partners with Connecticut Reconstruction Services (CRS) to reinstall deteriorating materials that had to get discarded.
What Should I Look for to Prevent Mold Recurrences?
• Check regularly for signs of dampness
• Make sure that any spills and leaks get thoroughly dried and repaired
• Manage relative humidity in the salon
Have mold in your salon? Give our SERVPRO of New Haven remediators a call today at (203) 234-1100.
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