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Eliminating Water Damage In Your Fort Myers Home
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Eliminating Water Damage from a Fort Myers Residence
Did you know that a whopping 14,000 people are expected to encounter a water damage situation in their homes or at work each day? Florida residents have more to worry about than flooding, hurricanes, and storms — they also have to worry about the infrastructure of their home failing on them. Anything from a pipe leak to a hole in your roof is enough to cause thousands of dollars in damage without proper mitigation.
If your Fort Myers residence requires water damage cleanup, experienced restoration technicians at SERVPRO can resolve the problem while adhering to the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) standards. SERVPRO utilizes a variety of advanced technologies at every stage of the water damage mitigation process to thoroughly clean and restore your residence to a preloss condition.
SERVPRO's Advanced Technologies
This seasoned team of restoration technicians utilizes a variety of advanced equipment to address disasters fast, including the following:
• Advanced moisture detection and measurement tools, including infrared cameras, sensors, meters, and hygrometers, to get accurate assessments of moisture and relative humidity and establish practical drying goals.
• High-powered extraction equipment that can address both small and large amounts of water in surfaces and prepare the structure for drying.
• Commercial-grade centrifugal air movers and industrial dehumidifiers that use both low-grain refrigerant coils and desiccant materials to capture and eliminate moisture from damaged spaces.
• A broad selection of odor removal tools, including water and solvent-based dehumidification equipment, to eliminate odor-causing particles.
• OSHA-approved, EPA-registered antimicrobials, germicides, and other sanitizing agents to thoroughly clean and disinfect damaged interiors.
How SERVPRO Can Help
If you have engineered hardwood floors in your home, you may be satisfied with their ability to resist water and extreme temperatures. However, restoration for this type of flooring can be difficult, and in many cases, it may require replacement. If there is enough water from damage to get under the floor, the lack of airflow and the use of vapor barriers can prevent adequate drying and lead to warping and structural damage.
If water has not seeped under the floor between the vapor barrier and the boards, it is quite possible to salvage engineered flooring, but if you notice water coming out when you step on the boards, you may have to consider a replacement.
SERVPRO of N. Ft. Myers / Punta Gorda stops damage in its tracks by being Faster to Any Size Disaster. Call (941) 575-5910 for disaster cleanup that can start quickly.
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Why SERVPRO is The First Choice for Flood Damage Restoration in Fort Myers
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Mitigating Living Room Flood Damage in Fort Myers
Florida residents are well aware of the risks of flooding in the area. Still, something they may be surprised by is that 25% of flooding occurs outside of designated Special Flood Hazard Areas. During the length of a 30-year mortgage, there is a 26% chance of experiencing a flood—a figure more than six times the likelihood of a house fire. Not only is flooding a genuine threat to safety, but it can also leave homeowners with costly repairs and considerable stress.
If you need a team to restore your Fort Myers home after flood damage, SERVPRO is always available to remove contamination and restore your home to a comfortable, safe space once more. This local SERVPRO also has a mold remediation license (#MSMR 2529), so if your residence requires additional remediation on top of the flood cleanup, this team is well-equipped and thoroughly trained to take on the job.
SERVPRO's State-of-the-Art Tools
SERVPRO tools cover a wide variety of needs for mitigating flood damage, including:
- Moisture detection and measurement tools such as infrared cameras, and penetrative and non-penetrative moisture sensors and meters to evaluate humidity and determine drying goals.
- Extraction equipment, including gas-powered submersible pumps, as well as truck-mounted and portable extraction units.
- Drying equipment, including industrial-strength centrifugal air movers and commercial grade dehumidifiers.
- Odor removal tools, including air scrubbers, EPA-registered antimicrobials, as well as thermal and ultra low-volume fogging.
How SERVPRO Can Help
After extraction, disinfection, and drying has taken place, the next step in restoring your home to a preloss condition after a flood is preparing your home and its contents so that you can live there once more. The steps that are taken to do this include a thorough disinfection of surfaces such as walls and ceilings. Hard flooring and other structural materials may need deodorizing with ultra low-volume foggers. These foggers use water or solvent-based deodorizers to eliminate odors from water damage. Large ventilation fans run both before and after deodorizing for several cycles to ensure the air is clean and safe for residents and technicians alike. In areas where odors are less prevalent, pellets may be used to eliminate smells. Pump sprayers eliminate strong odors.
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Our Experts Are Available 24/7 In Fort Myers After A Flood
We placed air movers in this home on the floor and rapidly increased the evaporation rate to salvage the floors in this home.
The Fast Response of Storm Relief in Fort Myers
The entire state of Florida is no stranger to the harsh effects of powerful storm systems coming in from either the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic Ocean, and homeowners in Fort Myers have experienced the subsequent losses firsthand. With every powerful storm system capable of generating the compromising conditions of flooding in the properties beneath the sea level, an immediate response is critical to best protect your home and its occupants.
While many homeowners have developed and practiced an emergency plan, overcoming the flood damage in Fort Myers residences requires more than thinking ahead. Many property owners can get taken by surprise when quickly developing tropical storms make landfall at our section of coastline, leaving teams like our SERVPRO restorers reacting to changing conditions to get qualified personnel to your house as quickly as possible. Large storm systems strain the resources of area recovery teams, but as part of a national organization, we have other branches to fall back on and assist.
When disasters threaten the homes and commercial properties in our area, we spread out our team and its capable technicians to help as many structures as possible. Because our staff also features a division of licensed contractors (MSMR 2529), we can offer our customers board up, tarping, temporary fencing, portable power, and even controlled demolition services as they are needed. This trained division of our crew helps us to seamlessly transition between mitigation and restoration work.
Flood damage is a particularly damaging situation for our experienced team to address, and it often hinges on our ability to remove standing water as promptly as possible. Between our light wands to our truck-mount pumps in the SERVPRO Green Fleet, we can offer the level of water removal necessary to gain control of a flood loss situation quickly in your home. In addition to overcoming high volumes of floodwater, our biohazard recovery technicians can clean up residues, contaminants, and even sewage.
We understand how stressful that flood losses can be, but as part of a large loss recovery team, we have access to personnel and equipment that can help out more of our local properties quickly. Give our SERVPRO of N. Ft. Myers / Punta Gorda team a call when you need us at (941) 575-5910.
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Fort Myers Sewer or Biohazardous Problem? Contact SERVPRO for a Return to Safety
Qualified Biohazard Technicians for Sewage in Fort Myers Homes
In most instances, addressing a biohazardous threat to Fort Myers residences requires the full measure of our team’s capabilities with both our bio-recovery technicians, cleaning specialists, and our construction contractors. Threats like sewage backup can present immediate risks to those exposed, and so you need to act quickly to make these hazards “Like it never even happened.” Our SERVPRO biohazard team is among the most experienced and well-trained of our entire brand, making them a logical choice for this threat.
Often the recovery of these instances becomes more complicated than sewage backup cleanup for Fort Myers homes, and instead, requires several additional steps to ensure that the cleaning is sufficient. Water loss incidents alone can migrate quickly through a residence, and when these similar circumstances carry substantial levels of bacteria and other contaminants, containing the issue is critical. We can set up containment zones similar to our drying areas in more significant water loss incidents to maximize the effectiveness of drying and restoration techniques while limiting the spread of contamination and black water.
Extraction and drying are essential mitigation tactics to prevent the continued spread through the house, and this requires dedicated sewage tools and extractors in our inventory. Our SERVPRO contractors on site can perform specific tasks that can help to boost our efficiency in cleaning up after this devastating circumstance, such as drywall removal. Exposed materials that cannot get cleaned with our powerful disinfectants and antibacterial sprays must get removed and later replaced.
Sewage odors are yet another concern after a backup. While cleaning structural elements can often address the severity of these scents, we must often use focused equipment to remove the remaining odors. Because airborne contaminants and particulates can still be a concern, an ideal choice for deodorization in your home can be hydroxyl generators. These machines can filter out many of the airborne threats and use the UV spectrum to clean and deodorize the environment. Air scrubbers fitted with HEPA and charcoal filters are also capable devices for battling malodors.
Cleaning up after sewage backup in your home can be something well out of the experience level and expertise of area homeowners. Our SERVPRO of N. Ft. Myers / Punta Gorda biohazard recovery team has the tools and the skills to help right away. (941) 575-5910.
Is Your Fort Myers Home in Need of Restoration Services? From Water, Fire, Storm, and Mold- SERVPRO is Equipped to be Your First Choice
Mold grows in Florida very easily. SERVPRO eliminates the moisture source and remediates the mold damage in your home.
SERVPRO Has Training Plus Equipment to Handle All Types of Restoration Services
Living in Florida has its perks. The weather is beautiful most of the time, and knee-deep snow is something other people deal with in the winter. Homeowners in Fort Myers know damage from water, fire, and mold are issues that have the potential to happen even with regular maintenance. Pipes break, ventilation fails, and the high humidity of this area invites mold growth. When the weather in this part of the State is not ideal, intense storms and hurricanes deliver damage in the form of flooding and high winds. When any of these issues occur, you need restoration services to return your home to its preloss condition.
When SERVPRO answers the call to mitigate water damage in a Fort Myers home, we know we need to begin water extraction efforts as quickly as possible. We have access to different kinds of water removal equipment that gets the job done quickly.
When flooring receives exposure to water for a prolonged period, progressively more and more damage happens. Tiles lose their delamination and are usually a loss; although on a case by case basis, some types have the potential for reuse after cleaning. Hardwood flooring warps due to the nature of wood absorbing water. If cleanup efforts begin quickly enough, authentic hardwood floors are not automatically a loss. In some instances, with our specialized drying equipment such as drying mats, the flooring has possibilities for restoration.
After drying the property, our technicians ensure the premises is cleaned and sanitized. We provide a detailed report that shows the restoration services performed as well as any necessary repairs needed. Our report includes before and after photos and may expedite the insurance claims process.
Storm damage in Fort Myers properties happens from sources such as the severe storms that brew up in the Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic hurricanes and sometimes these result in localized flooding. When flood damage happens in a home, water removal efforts should begin at the earliest possible moment. Sheetrock is particularly vulnerable to floodwater and wicks it quickly. This action causes the building materials to warp and buckle.
SERVPRO technicians have the equipment to extract water quickly and dry the property. We use multiple portable pumps to remove water efficiently. We do several passes in each water-affected area to ensure we remove the absolute maximum amount of moisture before the drying process begins. This process lessens the time needed to dry the water-loss affected places in the home. Most porous items such as fabrics and carpeting exposed to groundwater are a loss due to the inability to sanitize them for reuse.
Since Fort Myers has high humidity, mold damage is a danger after water damage of any type in a home. We go to great lengths to ensure mold is not an issue after a flood water cleanup in a home. However, sometimes mold colonies form in wall cavities or in attic spaces where no one goes to often, and remain unnoticed until they begin to emit their tell-tale musty odor. Often mold infestations quietly grow and spread throughout a home before they get noticed.
When a home has a mold issue, they can expect the mold removal process to go like this:
- After the initial call, our technicians arrive on-site for mold remediation
- We contain the area
- Perform air filtration as needed
- Drying and removing mold colonies
- Cleaning and removal of mold-infested items
- Restoration of the property and post-treatment
Our SERVPRO technicians hold certification as Mold Remediation: #MSMR 2529, and we know that dry conditions are the bane for mold. The colonies dry quickly when our technicians subject them to warm dry air. They become flaky and brittle. During the removal, we contain the work area using heavy plastic over doorways and vents. We also use negative air chambers to ensure we do not spread spores during mold remediation.
We often treat the areas with an antimicrobial sealer to inhibit the regeneration of any mold spores until the necessary fixes happen to eliminate the conditions favorable for mold colony growth.
Much like when we handle fire loss restoration services, our technicians inspect the ductwork and clean it to remove airborne spores. This process limits the possibilities that colonies find a place to re-establish.
SERVPRO answers the call to mitigate fire damage in Fort Myers homes with the highest level of compassion and professionalism. We know fire is destructive and sometimes cherished heirlooms and personal items with immeasurable value disappear in the charred remains of the home. Our goal is to help homeowners realize less loss through the use of our proprietary cleaning methods.
Soot has the potential to become airborne and spread throughout a property in the same fashion as mold spores, so containment is a must during mitigation. We remove the charred items and inspect belongings as the fire debris removal happens for things that have the potential for restoration. We have multiple cleaning methods to turn back the clock on damage from the fire.
Smoke damage grows more pungent over time, and it is vital it is cleaned correctly, or it may cause more loss. High heat fires that burn organic materials such as wood or paper tend to leave behind dry, powdery residues. This type of residue should not have any damp or wet cleaner as it has the potential to grind it deeper into surfaces. Fires that involved rubber or plastic items leave thick, greasy residues that smear easily and require cleaners to cut through the dense substance.
Air quality is a large part of fire damage cleanup. The removal of airborne soot particles with the use of air scrubbers is highly efficient. For odor control, hydroxyl generators work to neutralize odor-causing by binding the molecules with hydroxyls, and this action neutralizes foul odors. We can treat upholstered furnishings using thermal fogging to deeply penetrate and eradicate smoke odors, so the furniture is not a fire loss.
For any needed restoration services for damage from fire, water or mold, contact SERVPRO of N. Ft. Myers / Punta Gorda at (941) 575-5910. Our certified technicians arrive soon after your call and work to turn your home around from loss and make it "Like it never even happened."
Slow Toilet Leak Equals Major Water Damage In Ft. Myers
Even in our tropical savannah climate the most common reason for water damage restoration in Ft. Myers is plumbing fails and appliance malfunctions.
Major Water Damage Due To Leaks
Life is good as you enjoy retirement in your townhouse just off the Gulf shore in South Florida. You prepare yourself for each hurricane and tropical storm season, but you escaped without any significant water damage. Moisture sneaks up on homeowners from mundane sources more often than weather events, but SERVPRO is there for you either way.
Even in our tropical savannah climate the most common reason for water damage restoration in Ft. Myers is plumbing fails and appliance malfunctions. You do not even notice the tiny leak from the seal of your upstairs toilet. Over days and weeks, the subfloor gets wet, drip by drip moisture soaking through the studs beneath and onto your living room ceiling. A slightly off smell and a bubble in the ceiling paint make you nervous, and you call us when you realize water from somewhere warped an area on your living room floor.
The ability to detect the path water takes as it does its damage is a valuable skill instilled in our technicians through training and experience. Expect SERVPRO staff to inspect the water damage, evident and hidden, both for restoration and prevention purposes. Water travels along wiring, pipes, and building structure. It is not unusual to find saturated wallboard or ceilings many feet away from the toilet seal if the drips migrated.
Our staff is not fooled, and finds the issue and arranges for a repair of the plumbing while moving on to locate all water damaged areas between the second and first floors, including the damaged hardwood patch in the living room. Hardwood is resilient, and we work hard to dry out the top planks and the subfloor rather than a tear out and replacement. Floor drying mats show good results, as do air movers and dehumidifiers. The wooden structures under the bathroom dry out, but a portion of the ceiling needs trimming and a patch made because the material crumbled and smelled moldy. The hardwood floor may take a few weeks to dry enough for refinishing when we return, but the new ceiling is complete quickly after the fans and dehumidifiers finish their tasks. SERVPRO staff look forward to leaving your townhouse “Like it never even happened.” and you agree with the assessment after the final touches to the floor.
Not just for storm damage, SERVPRO of N. Ft. Myers / Punta Gorda is your go-to answer for water issues caused by broken plumbing. Call (941) 575-5910 for a consultation and to recover your beautiful retirement home.
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Contact A Mold Remediation And Restoration Company If You Find Mold In Your Fort Myers Home
Mold spores only become a threat when they have the right combination of moisture, temperature, and a food source.
Mold is not quite as common as the Florida sunshine, but it does happen to many residents. There is a common myth that mold starts due to poor housekeeping or it only happens to hoarders. It is untrue because mold is everywhere.
Mold spores only become a threat when they have the right combination of moisture, temperature, and a food source. To stop the threat; an experienced restoration company knows that we need to break one side of that triangle of resources. The easiest method is to remove the source of moisture. SERVPRO knows that the sooner we get started, the faster we can stop the mold damage and prevent further growth in a Fort Myers home.
To get quickly started, we have developed a list of questions for the homeowner that help us determine where the mold source might be along with other, useful information:
First – Is there visible mold in your home? Where is it?
Second – Is there a strong, musty odor?
Third – Have you had any problems with mold previously?
Fourth – Is there current water damage or have you had water damage in the past? When did any previous damage happen?
Once we have this information, our inspectors can quickly find the source of the mold infestation, areas of excess moisture and how to stop both.
Technicians begin by removing any standing water. For puddles and other small areas, we use water extractor wands to get into crawlspaces and small areas. For areas we cannot physically get into, we place a chemical desiccant to draw moisture from the surrounding air or set up a dehumidifier to draw larger amounts of moisture. Some of these machines can draw out over 20 gallons of water per day.
Once the air is dry enough, the mold spores return to a dormant state. If the spores are only on a surface, we attempt to vacuum them up or use dry wiping to remove them. Vacuuming and dry wiping get the spores out of the home without adding moisture to the environment.
If the spores had time to grow into building material such as drywall, we prefer to remove the entire panel and dispose of it. Attempting to dig out the mold to prevent replacing panels is rarely ever cost-effective. It is a labor-intensive process that adds up quickly on a final bill.
Stopping and removing mold is not a quick process, but the right company can make it almost painless. SERVPRO of N. Ft. Myers / Punta Gorda is here to you live in a safe, clean environment; home. Call today at (941) 575-5910 to schedule an inspection.
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SERVPRO - Fort Myers Fire Damage
SERVPRO of N. Ft. Myers / Punta Gorda is locally owned and operated to handle your fire damage situation.
Fort Myers Fire Damage Can Be Restored by Our SERVPRO Team
Even thinking about a house fire sends a chill up and down everyone’s spine. People immediately go to the worst-case scenario: Destruction of both structural and personal property. The reality is usually much less severe.
Often, fire damage in a Fort Myers home stays restricted to one room or area. This physical destruction is the scorched walls and ceilings or melted plastics as you might find in a kitchen. To restore or repair damage in this and other rooms of the house, SERVPRO has developed five services that help us put our neighbors back into their homes as quickly as we can.
Mitigation – Our task here is to protect your home from further property loss. Our technicians board up entrances and other openings to keep out the weather and local pests. If battling the fire left parts of your home soaked, we begin drying out the structure within hours of setting foot in your home. If needed, this is when we bring in generators if the power is offline.
Structural Cleaning – Cleaning up after a fire means concentrating on two things: removing smoke residues and deodorizing your home. It applies to walls, ceilings, and floors (wood, concrete, and carpets) along with other structural components. Our inspectors work closely with you and your insurance adjuster to determine if cleaning is cost-effective or if our technicians need to remove and replace items like ceiling tiles, drywall, and rugs.
Contents Cleaning – This is personal property (clothing and furniture for example), and the main task here is to remove smoke residues. Often, we can remove residues at home by setting up an area in the home to wipe down, vacuum, or scrub the items. This area is also useful for deodorizing property as well.
Specialty Restoration – This service goes beyond routine cleaning and deals with items such as artwork and electronics such as TVs, DVD players, and stereo components. In some cases, we may have to recommend using a subcontractor.
Reconstruction – If structural property (wall framing or ceiling supports for example) is physically damaged, then it is necessary for us to demolish, remove, and replace it. Unlike other restoration companies, our office and technicians are licensed with the state of Florida to rebuild most structural components.
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If you need our assistance or have questions about these services, call SERVPRO of N. Ft. Myers / Punta Gorda today at (941) 575-5910. You can also schedule an inspection with us and receive a free estimate on what we can do for you.
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Water Spills Happen in Fort Myers Homes--Call SERVPRO for Mitigation
Human Errors that Require Water Cleanup for Fort Myers Homes
As alarming as it might be to experience a disaster firsthand in your Fort Myers home, many owners often find themselves amid the crisis and working quickly to get the right help to their address to restore the damages. Human error often plays a common role in the disasters that can damage homes throughout the area, from mismanagement of the appliances that assist in comfortable living through forgetfulness, restoring your property after substantial water damage is nothing that homeowners have the experience or equipment to handle on their own.
So, when you look for a fast response to water cleanup needs in your Fort Myers home, you do not have to look further than the experienced professionals of our SERVPRO team. Our response is fast to emergencies of all sizes because our team remains available 24/7 to help mitigate damages as they occur to both protect our customer’s properties and to preserve what matters most inside by arriving quickly to the scene. We understand that your home is important, and we treat all of the properties throughout our service area with the same care and consideration that we would provide our own.
You cannot help mistakes and errors that occur inside of your home that can lead to widespread water damages. From not ensuring that the dishwasher door seals closed to leaving the stopper plugged in the bottom of a filling sink too long, life happens. Whenever these situations occur, it is vital to get the right personnel to the damage quickly to begin extraction and drying. The faster our SERVPRO team can get to work on removing the moisture, the more of your home that can get preserved from a clean water loss such as this.
Finding the right assistance to overcome the potential damage from a mistake made in your home is not a challenging endeavor, as our SERVPRO of N. Ft. Myers / Punta Gorda rapid response team is available 24/7 to mitigate loss and restore damages after water loss incidents. Give our experienced professionals a call anytime at (941) 575-5910. We"re Faster To Any Size Disaster.
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How a Water Loss Event Damages Your Ft. Myers Home
Water damage, left unchecked, can lead to mold growth.
Why You Should Call SERVPRO for Water Loss and Damage Problems in Fort Myers
Every once in a while, a water line breaks inside a Fort Myers home. Other accidents also happen that create messy situations involving water: a tub that ran over or a dishwasher that malfunctions can both put water all over your home's floors. Other times, a slow leak steadily drips water onto your carpet, completely unnoticed.
Just one of these water loss situations can put your Fort Myers home at higher risk of further damage, which is why SERVPRO is here to help. Always nearby because we are locally owned and operated, we are also always Faster To Any Size Disaster, including small ones.
We respond to each call and give it the attention needed because small amounts of damage do not stay that way. Damaged areas steadily worsen, and the damaging effects spread to other areas. When we can find leaks and resolve the problem, which means less water in the house as well as lower water bills. Should a more significant water problem occur, we could also resolve the issue. Drying out a damp area inside your home means mold has a more difficult time growing. Our work can also prevent water damage from affecting your house.
We use highly accurate equipment to find moisture in your home and also to determine how much water is present in any given area. Infrared cameras detect hidden moisture by revealing the changes in temperature that such moisture causes. Our moisture meters can detect the amount of water as a percentage, which we can then compare to industry-accepted amounts. This information lets us know how to handle the entire situation best.
SERVPRO's specialists take the time to earn certifications from the IICRC so mitigating damaged areas of your home and preventing additional damage becomes easy. We work together as a team and include our customers in the process. We know you want the best for your family and this includes a home that your family can live comfortably. Making that happen by restoring everything “Like it never even happened,” is vital to all of us at SERVPRO.
When you have concerns about lost water from dripping pipes or a recent overflow, call us, SERVPRO of N. Ft. Myers / Punta Gorda, at (941) 575-5910. We can help you get things back to how you want them.
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Our Experts At SERVPRO Can Restore Your Water Damaged Fort Myers Home
Our team at SERVPRO of N. Ft. Myers / Punta Gorda can make it “Like it never even happened.”
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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