Safe and Effective Flood Damage Cleanup for Raleigh Properties
SERVPRO Offers Demolition and Rebuilding Services for Raleigh Homes Post Flooding
Home flood damage claims paid out by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) pay an average of $52,000. A Raleigh property with just one inch of floodwater inside may cause $25,000 worth of damage. Fortunately, there is a mitigation team that can assist when these disasters impact a home's comfort and safety.
Raleigh flood damage cleanup technicians at SERVPRO perform 24/7 cleanup, restoration, and rebuilding services for property owners after a flood. Having one firm provide comprehensive cleanup services while coordinating with homeowners and insurance adjusters can considerably streamline the claims filing process.
Controlled demolition saves structures and aids in drying
In many cases, flood damage impacts property to the degree that some materials may necessitate safe removal by trained technicians. Items like carpeting and mattresses, for example, cannot be guaranteed clean after mitigation and typically require disposal to keep property residents safe. Wet drywall can house mold, sewage, and other contaminants that affect structural materials. SERVPRO remediates these risks with controlled demolition practices.
- Flood cuts several inches above the highest visible waterline on wet drywall allow technicians to thoroughly sanitize and dry wall cavities before installing new wall surfacing and repainting it. This practice can save insulation, electrical wiring, and even plumbing from potential damage
- Carpet and flooring removal provides technicians with access to subfloors and home foundations, which can prevent warping, cracking, and mold growth that might impact a property's structural integrity
- Careful demolition of wet ceiling cavities allows technicians access to these areas for remediation and drying and typically does not entail full removal of the ceiling drywall
Residents can call SERVPRO of South Cary / Apex at (919) 615-1160. After disaster strikes, the team can return impacted homes to a "Like it never even happened," state.