Removing the Signs of Flooding in Cary Homes
Storm damage restoration can be challenging when flooding results in Cary properties
Storms can impact homes in several ways, beginning with structural damage that allows for water penetration. Regardless of how a home might be damaged by intruding water, it is critical to start early mitigation stages to overcome flood damage as rapidly as possible. We have powerful extraction and drying approaches to complete this process.
Standing Water Concerns
An important element of storm damage restoration for Cary properties is removing standing water after flooding. Substantial storm systems produce enough water to flood homes, and this intruding water can overwhelm the property and spread quickly to several rooms. We use powerful extractors capable of removing both water and debris to manage multiple concerns simultaneously.
Solids and Debris
One of the services we can provide after flood loss in your home is the removal of debris and solids from the floors. Standing water events bring in solids and matter, which can overwhelm the structure in the early stages. Beyond removing standing water, we must also address the issue of debris through muck-out cleaning and restoration services. Some threats to the home include:
- Decaying matter
Potential Contaminants for the Property
Contamination is a considerable concern for structures after flooding, as natural disasters such as these can introduce pathogenic microbes and biohazard substances into the environment. From sewage backup out of drainage pipes to decaying matter entering the property, you must thoroughly clean services and affected contents to prevent the spread of health hazards.
Flooding can be a heavily destructive event for your home or business. Despite how quickly this can overwhelm a structure, our SERVPRO of South Cary / Apex team has multiple professionals ready to mobilize quickly to help when disasters strike. We prioritize the mitigation of flood loss events using powerful extractors and vacuums. We also have capable professionals to overcome potential contaminants "Like it never even happened." Call today at (919) 615-1160.