Our Experts At SERVPRO Can Restore Your Water Damaged Fort Myers Home
After Flooding And Other Watery Disasters, Professional Water Cleanup Restores Your Fort Myers Home
Regardless of the source of the water that invades your home in Fort Myers, getting things back how they should be is crucial to your family's ability to move forward and get back to normal activities. In addition to extracting misplaced water, other tasks need to take place to ensure a complete mitigation and restoration job.
Leaving any aspects out of the complex work needed by your Fort Myers home after a water damage disaster, including cleanup, can leave areas of your home unprotected. SERVPRO technicians receive detailed training that explains what can happen to a home that is only partially mitigated. Water cleanup helps destroy odors, potential microbial hazards, and protects against secondary water damage. It also removes any hazards that water damage causes, such as exposed nails and other fasteners, peeling paint from now-rusted metal accents, and much more.
We spend a short time in your home when compared to how much time your family occupies the house. Day to day activities expose your children and pets to nooks and crannies that you might not pay much attention to, but our specialists notice these areas and make sure they also receive the attention required to make it all “Like it never even happened.”
At SERVPRO, we dedicate a good segment of our time to learning new techniques, earning additional IICRC certificates, and honing our skills. Some of the certificates we earn relate directly to water-based disasters, and how to mitigate their effects efficiently and thoroughly. For example, the Applied Microbial Remediation (AMRT), Applied Structural Drying (ASD), Odor Control (OCT), and Water Damage Restoration (WRT) all cover the problems intrusive water can cause inside a house.
Many disasters require water cleanup, including fire, due to the water used by the fire department. Overflowing tubs and sinks, as well as overloaded washing machines and clogged drains on dishwashers, can cause localized flooding in your residence.
We earn our certificates because we are strongly dedicated toward helping families in our community recover as quickly and as wholly as possible after a disaster. We can only put this dedication to work for you and your family when you call us, SERVPRO of N. Ft. Myers / Punta Gorda, at (941) 575-5910.
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