Can SERVPRO Restore My Antique Sofa After Flood Damage?
Storm-Damaged Antique Heirlooms or Furnishings? We Respond Swiftly to Salvage Contents for Our New Haven Customers.
New Haven Residents Are Concerned About Flood Damage to Irreplaceable Antiques
Anyone who has enjoyed antique shopping in New Haven knows how much fun it is to find an excellent piece of furniture full of character. Sometimes you come into possession of an antique from a friend or relative. Antiques lend something unique to the atmosphere of a home and are often beloved by the homeowner.
In the event of flood damage in your New Haven home, it is natural to worry about your beloved antique sofa. After all, you cannot just go to the nearest furniture store and buy another. Do not despair – SERVPRO technicians can use various techniques to save your favorite seat from floodwaters.
How does floodwater affect antique furniture?
Floodwater can cause several problems:
- Wood frames can swell and even crack as they absorb water – sofas may be especially vulnerable to this, because of the way their frames join together
- Delicate upholstery can bleed color or become blotchy
- Mold can grow on the wooden surfaces, or inside cushions and seats
It is essential to deal with flood damage immediately. If you leave it, there is more opportunity for mold to grow in and on your sofa, water stains can settle in more deeply, and cracking and swelling can worsen.
How does SERVPRO save the sofa frame?
Our technicians know that antique wood can warp under the strain of floodwater – and they also understand that rapid drying is dangerous. If we dry your couch too quickly, it could be at greater risk of damage.
We dry your sofa frame in three stages:
- First, we mop up surface water from the legs and seat, being careful not to cause color bleeding
- Second, we position air movers, fans, and dehumidifiers in the room and around the sofa to dry it
- Third, we use moisture meters and thermo-hygrometers to monitor moisture and humidity as we proceed
We train our technicians to the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification standards, which means they know how to carry out drying at the correct speed to get results without damaging the wood.
We can also carry out light refinishing of the wood if necessary.
What about the upholstery and cushions?
SERVPRO understands how disheartening it is to see your favorite seat damp and bedraggled looking. Thankfully, we have ways to tackle water-logged furniture.
We have a range of cleaning materials we can use to cleanse cushions and upholstery and leave them free of mottling. Depending on the material, we might employ:
- Wet fogging
- Water extraction
- Spot cleaning
Our technicians know just how to tent cushions for maximum drying efficiency. Once the cushions are tented, we can place air movers and fans around them to blow air across the material, triggering evaporation and drying. We can also place dehumidifiers to reduce moisture in the surrounding air.
What about color bleeding?
Naturally, you do not want the colors on your antique sofa to bleed, which would ruin its looks. SERVPRO of New Haven technicians will test an inconspicuous part of your couch before applying cleaning solutions. We test both for color running across the fabric and for pigment bleeding out of the material.
Our teams are experienced in handling delicate upholstery and know how to choose the best cleaning method and solution for the job.
Should I worry about mildew?
No – we understand the risks of mildew growth and take steps to mitigate those risks. We do not close out the project until we are satisfied that your sofa is thoroughly dry. We can also apply microbial agents to the frame and cushions to further discourage mold or mildew.
Will my sofa smell damp afterward?
We know that damp odors are a severe concern for our customers – they have told us that one of the most challenging things about water damage is the lingering smell. That is why deodorization is the final stage of any flood damage operation.
When it comes to odors, a good rule of thumb is to use dry or wet treatments, depending on the smell source. So if the source is fire, we would use hot, dry thermal fogging. For water, we use wet fogging. The wet fogger machine sprays a fine mist of deodorizing and cleaning compounds that can penetrate even hidden nooks and crannies.
Because the fogger wets the material evenly, it can also help fight water stains – it is easier to get good results when drying an entire cushion rather than the affected part only.
We can also use air scrubbers, carbon filters, and odor eating pellets to enhance deodorization.
If you are concerned about your antique furniture after a flood, call SERVPRO of New Haven at (203) 234-1100.
Can Smoke Odors Get Reduced During Cleaning and Restoration In New Haven?
After a fire, there are many restorative steps to returning the property to preloss condition.
After a fire, smoke odors in your New Haven home can be overwhelming without specific steps and actions to reduce its severity.
Fire restoration and cleaning can take weeks for New Haven homes after a substantial loss. Whether the occupants' relocation is necessary or not, there are specific effects that linger in the house, like noxious smoke odors, that make it a challenge for those still living in the home or even our SERVPRO team sent to begin restoration and recovery.
Fire damage in New Haven homes requires several approaches to remove entirely. Deodorization is a vital effort of our fire restorers, but the process often occurs as one of the final actions taken to recover a house. Foggers, ozone generators, and hydroxyl machines are all necessary tools in this process. However, there are other approaches that we can take before deodorization to reduce the severity and pungency of smoke and burning smells.
What Other Options Exist Beyond Deodorization?
Because deodorization is one of the final steps of the restoration process for fire-damaged homes, we often rely on other strategies to reduce the severity of burning odors in the house. Some of these approaches include:
• Odor Counteractant Beads – These products are made of a porous material infused with odor counteractant solvents. By placing these near the intake of air conditioning units, we can spread a pleasant fragrance throughout the property while work continues.
• Deodorant Granules – Unlike beads, these products absorb odors in the air. We place these granules in the path of air currents and the furnace and air conditioning intake.
• Debris Removal – Often, just removing the build-up of debris and ash in a property after a structure fire can reduce soot and smoke concerns.
After a fire, there are many restorative steps to returning the property to preloss condition. Our SERVPRO of New Haven team can help your home through each phase when you call (203) 234-1100.
How Can the Progression of Water Damage Threaten New Haven Homes?
SERVPRO Works Hard to Salvage Water Damaged Hardwood Flooring in New Haven with advanced equipment and methods
Depending on the exposure and saturation of structural elements, water can cause irreparable damage that requires tear-out and reconstruction.
Many New Haven homeowners might not think of water damages as devastating threats to a property, especially when the initial impact seems superficial. Without adequately addressing water damage or its effect on the exposed materials and contents, the situation could become more widespread and severe than it might initially appear. Addressing these concerns often requires sophisticated technologies designed to track the migration of water damage throughout a house, including in the structural cavities and beneath flooring surface layers.
When you consider the multiple layers and levels of water damage restoration for New Haven homes, you might not appreciate the extent of work involved in removing all the moisture threats present when water begins to move, saturate through porous materials, and increase the humidity. There comes the point where restoration for soaked materials like wood flooring is not possible, and that comes with recognizing the stage of water damage present.
- Surface Water – Surface water is when the damage in a house is still lying on the top of the flooring and accessible by squeegee wands, carpet wands, and other extraction/drying tools.
- Trapped Water – When water begins to penetrate beyond the finished layers of wood plank flooring to saturate the individual planks, it is still possible to use floor drying mats, “tenting” with polypropylene sheets, and other equipment to preserve these flooring elements.
- Bound Water – When water molecules chemically bond with the planks, distortion, and warping occur.
Can Components like Wood Flooring Get Repaired After Damages?
Often when warping and swelling around the seams has begun, protecting the planks is not possible. Controlled demolition can remove only the compromised portions of flooring to make reconstruction more efficient and cost-effective. If we can sand and refinish crowns or cupped edges of floor planks, we can salvage these boards. We always strive to restore and not replace.
Water damages can be threatening to a property if not addressed quickly. Our SERVPRO of New Haven can show We're Faster To Any Size Disaster when you call (203) 234-1100.
Why Does SERVPRO Use Containment During Mold Remediation?
It is difficult to detect hidden mold colonies. SERVPRO has the expertise to remediate the mold damage in your home.
New Haven Homeowners Can Rely on Us to Control the Spread of Spores
People living in New Haven know that the upkeep of a house is a significant undertaking. There are always items needing repairing or replacing, and there is a list of chores each week. Some jobs require professional help, and you need a company on which you can rely.
If you need mold remediation in New Haven, SERVPRO is your go-to remediation company. We put our technicians through a comprehensive training program, which is the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification certified. Our services are available all day, including on holidays, so you know we have always got your back.
Proper containment procedures are an essential part of our technician training. But what is containment – and why does it matter to you?
How does mold travel?
To understand the necessity of containment, it helps to know how mold travels. Mold spores are microscopic. The mold growth you see as black patches is a network of tiny tube-like filaments called hyphae. A mold colony comprises many hyphae, and the mold grows and lives in areas that provide moisture and a food source.
Unfortunately, mold does not just stay in its colony. Tiny mold spores can break free and become airborne. Once the mold is in the air, it can attach to clothes, bags, shoes, and even pets. It can also enter the home through doors and windows. If the breakaway mold spores find another location with moisture, oxygen, and a food source, they can form a new colony.
How does containment help?
Containment makes it harder for mold spores in New Haven to leave the affected area. If it is harder for spores to go, they are less likely to travel and set up a new colony in another part of your home.
Containment does not only stop mold spores, however. It is also helping to prevent the spread of:
- Silica dust
- Lead-based paint
- Leftover soda crystal particles from soda blasting
Containment means we keep the contamination in one area, which makes it easier to handle and produces better long-term results for you.
What exactly is containment?
There are two main types of containment.
We use limited containment for smaller areas (usually less than 100 square feet). SERVPRO technicians wrap the affected area in a single layer of polyethylene sheeting. We use tape to seal up all windows, doors, ducts, and vents to close off potential exit points. The sheeting contains a slit for entry and exit covered by a flap when not in use.
We use full containment in larger areas, or more severe cases of mold. Full containment includes two layers of polyethylene sheeting and the addition of a decontamination area. SERVPRO employees use this area to decontaminate themselves and their equipment before entering the rest of your home.
Are there any other benefits of containment?
Yes. As well as stopping the spread of mold or other harmful particles throughout your home, containment:
- Prevents further damage to your property by making it harder for spores to find a new home elsewhere
- Makes the cleanup process much easier
- Ensures we carry out mold remediation in the safest possible environment
What about air filtration?
Air filtration is an essential part of containment. We use powerful air scrubbers, equipped with HEPA filters, to pull microscopic spores from the air and trap them. The HEPA filters are small enough to capture tiny mold spores, as well as other airborne contaminants.
In some cases, we also use negative air machines. While air scrubbers are self-contained units, negative air machines vent the contaminated air outside of your home. They create a vacuum to prevent mold from becoming airborne and escaping.
Does containment stop mold?
It is impossible to ensure that mold will never take hold in your home again. Because it can enter through doors, windows, on your clothes, or your pets, we cannot truthfully say it will not come back. However, containment means that the mold spores in the currently contaminated area cannot spread. And if they cannot spread, they cannot set up new colonies.
Containment is highly effective for treating the current mold infestation and discouraging spores from traveling elsewhere. We also use moisture meters and sensors, and thermal-hygrometers, to monitor moisture levels in the affected area, so there is less moisture to feed mold.
We also use highly effective cleaning procedures such as baking soda blasting to clean away as many visible colonies as possible. The combination of containment with effective remediation makes your home much less friendly to mold spores and removes existing colonies. If you need help with mold remediation, give SERVPRO of New Haven a call at (203) 234-1100.
Should I Let My Housekeeping Staff Handle Water Removal Solo in My New Haven Inn?
Water removal isn’t an easy process and can be done wrong if you don’t know what you're doing. Contact SERVPRO for professional remediation services.
Water Removal in Your New Haven Business Should Not Depend on Your Cleaning Crew Developing a Plan on the Fly -- SERVPRO Is Ready 24/7 to Extract Liquids and Dry Moisture Out According to a Best Practices Professional Plan
Once you fully staff your New Haven inn, you feel in control of almost every contingency. Managing the multiple day to day activities and tasks needed in the hospitality business without consulting outside contractors is a good feeling, but does have its limitations when certain emergencies occur. No matter how much confidence you have in your staff, a substantial water loss can overwhelm because of the lack of specialized equipment and training.
What Types of Specialized Equipment Are Needed for Commercial Water Removal?
The backstory to your New Haven commercial water removal requirement might relate to a plumbing break, customer negligence (an overfilled tub or spray outside the shower curtain or door), or flooding associated with a common area spa, hot tub, or pool. In most of these cases, the quantity of water is likely to be significant, and the area affected spacious and perhaps involving several rooms. Buckets and mops will not evacuate the possibly hundreds of gallons of water as quickly as our scalable inventory of:
- Gas-powered submersible pumps
- Truck-mounted extractors (capacity 36,000 gallons per unit per day)
- Multiple portable extractors that function well to remove water in confined recesses
- Moisture detection and metering tools to locate trapped water and absorbed moisture
How Is Applied Structural Drying Different from Opening Windows and Running Fans?
Once the bulk of the excess water is out of your inn, SERVPRO continues the water removal efforts with structural drying best practices. We use the data collected while searching for migrated water to set drying goals, and place high-efficiency drying equipment in scientifically-based configurations to bring moisture levels to normal in the previously saturated areas. Monitoring throughout the drying process ensures marks are hit and adaptations made.
SERVPRO of New Haven commits to developing a plan for water removal that best suits your commercial building after a water loss. Call on us at (203) 234-1100 to get the project rolling.
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What is the Best Way to Get Rainwater off My Click and Lock Flooring in New Haven?
Once water gets into your home it can hide until it is extracted or dried. Contact SERVPRO for stormwater extraction services in your home.
No matter how the water from heavy rains entered your home, you want it gone quickly. If your click and lock flooring did not have a vapor barrier installed when it laid, it might not buckle if water seeps into the subfloor, mainly if it got installed over a concrete substrate. When this happens, you need fast removal of the moisture through both extraction and drying. There are three common outcomes after water damage to this type of flooring:
- Successful restoration through quick removal and drying
- Partial removal of boards to dry substrate and re-installation
- Replacement of boards due to deterioration of the installed floorboards
After Roof Damage, What Do I Do About Stormwater Extraction?
Bringing in professional restoration services to your New Haven home for stormwater extraction is a smart move. SERVPRO technicians not only work on the loss in your home but also do any needed temporary repairs such as tarping roofing or boarding up broken windows to ensure no further water enters the property until final repairs get made. In cases where fiberglass insulation has water damage, the techs have collection bags for taking the insulation out for drying outside of the loss area for reuse after the mitigation efforts complete.
It is not uncommon for the water to have receded, however, it continues to weaken building materials until it gets removed and the structure dried. Proactive treatments using professional cleaning agents inhibit issues with mold and odors by eradicating odorous bacteria and conditions favorable for mold growth.
SERVPRO of New Haven at (203) 234-1100 when you need fast, efficient stormwater extraction. The technicians bring their advanced equipment and years of experience to ensure the best outcome possible for your property and content.
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How Thorough Is Fire Restoration Cleaning in My New Haven Home?
Fires can leave smoke residues and odors that can be hard to get out without professional help. Call SERVPRO.
Cleaning after a structure fire is a balance of specific sciences, and with careful consideration and planning, can be efficient and thorough for our customers.
Structure fires can have a devastating effect on New Haven homes or businesses. While many mitigation tasks must begin quickly to ensure that we can do the most to protect your home and its contents, cleaning up after these disasters can be a lengthy and intricate task. Fire restoration cleaning involves several scientific elements working together to reach an efficient and satisfactory result. In many cases, this blend of fundamental cleaning elements gets used to address widespread smoke residues of varying origins.
We have talented cleaning technicians who can begin their responsibilities and fire damage restoration for New Haven homes as soon as emergency services and mitigation efforts are completed. Regarding how we address the removal of soils and residues from affected surfaces and contents in your home, we can rely on four specific elements working together to achieve complete restoration and recovery to original conditions. Our professionals often refer to these factors collectively as TACT, though each branch is vital in the recovery of materials and content within your fire damaged property. These include:
- Chemical Action
How Does Temperature Impact Cleaning Practices?
Because many New Haven homeowners do not actively clean up after disasters like fire losses, you might not realize that many of the products that we use work best at different temperatures. Heat, in general, allows molecules to move faster, intensifying the reaction time of cleaning solutions and the soils they are interacting with on specific surfaces. We must carefully determine the best temperature in the damaged area to ensure that the cleaning solution chosen for present residues and soot is as effective as it should be. Warmer temperatures can also have other advantages regarding residue removal and eliminating soils on specific porous surfaces. Warming reduces surface tension and allows a higher penetration of these materials to dissolve soils more effectively.
What Does Agitation Mean?
Agitation is one of the fundamental elements of clearing thick residues before the final product is applied for emulsification or other chemical reactions. Agitative cleaning practices seek to reduce the thickness and severity of residue coatings by dislodging soils and removing them. Depending on the situation and the surface, agitative cleaning practices can vary. Choosing the right approach often involves identifying the type of smoke residue present and the best method to avoid marring or staining the underlying material. Some of the practices that we utilize for pre-chemical treatment agitation include:
- Pressurized water or air
- Steel wool scrubbing
Do Chemical Reactions Play an Active Role in Fire Restoration Cleaning?
You might not realize there are multiple types of cleaning products that can address varying smoke residues and soils present after a structure fire. Between wall systems and contents in the house, widespread cleaning is a necessary effort that begins during mitigation and continues through the restoration phases to come. Identifying what products are required for what specific residue your home is facing involves data collected during the job scoping phase and continued monitoring of the property during mitigation. We follow the premise that like dissolves like, meaning that water-based solvents can best address water-based soiling. Likewise, adding oxygen through bleaching removes oxygen from the composition of the soil. There are multiple products in our inventory that we can use to recover services, contents, and other items damaged by a fire. These include:
- Water-Based Detergents
- Alkaline Solutions
How Much Time Is Necessary for Effective Cleaning?
Many chemical processes do not happen instantaneously, meaning that patience is a virtue for fully restoring your home to its original condition. Understanding the specific times for chemical reactions to occur and become most effective can ensure that we take the necessary steps at the appropriate times to efficiently recover the damage. The time needed to dissolve soils through chemical actions is known as the dwell time. Various factors can help determine the time necessary to eliminate soils on the surface of specific materials. These include the type of content, the chosen method of agitation, the temperature used when applying a cleaning solution, and the type of smoke residue or soiling our professionals face.
Cleaning and restoring your home after a fire loss incident can feel overwhelming, especially when you are uncertain of whom to call and what to expect. Our SERVPRO of New Haven team understands cleaning sciences to make fire losses “Like it never even happened.” You can count on our fast response and experienced professionals available 24/7 at (203) 234-1100.
How Fast Will My New Haven Business Be Back to Normal?
SERVPRO of New Haven is available 24/7 with crews on standby.
SERVPRO Offers Rapid Response Times to Handle the Water Damage That Occurred Within Your New Haven Business
A water incident can strike at your New Haven commercial property without notice at any time. The impact of such water damage can be devastating for any business owner, but our trained technicians at SERVPRO can be there fast to get to work as soon as possible. We handle each step of the water removal process through to drying and then disinfecting all affected areas. With one call, we can be there to start in so that your commercial space is “Like it never even happened.”
What Do I Need to Do?
Once you call us at SERVPRO, we send out a team quickly to begin the assessment. If you or your maintenance team can shut off the area to a burst pipe or put towels or blankets down with a flooding incident to keep water from migrating, do so. You can then contact your insurance agent to inform them of the event. We take care of detailing every step of the project to turn everything in for your insurance claim.
Water damage may occur at your New Haven place of business at any time. Some of the leading causes include:
• Frozen or broken pipes
• Storm floods
• Natural disasters
• Leaking roofs
• Sewage backups, and more
Why Do I Need to Worry About Mold Growth?
Whether commercial or residential, you always have to be concerned about mold and mildew growth anywhere within your structure. SERVPRO works to inhibit mold growth using the latest techniques and EPA-registered cleaning agents.
• Mold may begin to grow within 24 to 48 hours after the initial water loss event.
• Immediately starting water extraction followed by drying is the best way to fight against the onset of mold.
Do you need help with water damage to your commercial property? SERVPRO of New Haven is available 24/7 with crews on standby. Call (203) 234-1100, and we will send a team out as soon as possible.
What Structural Damage Can Trapped Water Do?
Water can quickly damage the structure in your home. Contact SERVPRO for water removal and remediation efforts.
Water caught in structural cavities can damage many materials in your New Haven home, but our SERVPRO team can help with fast and reliable drying solutions.
Migrating water can often be a highly damaging condition in your New Haven home. Perhaps more alarming then the damage that water can do to your property is the understanding that many homeowners might not be aware of how widespread and problematic the situation has become. Addressing surface water and damage is only part of the necessary restoration that your property needs for preloss condition restoration.
Along with the numerous restoration approaches required to recover the house, several areas need water damage repair in your New Haven home. This repair is a general term that indicates multiple tasks that must occur for your home to return to its original state before the disaster. Among the worst of these conditions that could arise is water trapped in structural cavities without the knowledge of the homeowner. For this reason, our SERVPRO team arrives with sophisticated technologies to identify moisture pockets beyond the surface to ensure the appropriate drying takes place.
What If My House Needs Reconstruction?
It is always the objective of our SERVPRO team to prevent reconstruction and build back whenever necessary. However, it is not always feasible to eliminate repairs and to rebuild entirely. We have partnered with reputable contractors such as Connecticut Reconstruction Services (CRS), who can oversee both repairs as well as full-scale reconstruction whenever needed. Between both these contractors and our competent and confident restoration professionals, we can offer:
After a damaging water loss incident in your home, you may need extensive restoration work as well as some reconstruction and repair. No matter what your property needs, our SERVPRO of New Haven team can help. Give us a call anytime at (203) 234-1100.
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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.