Can A Small Roof Leak Cause Big Trouble For My Pearl River Home?
A Small Roof Leak Can Turn Into Big Water Cleanup In Pearl River.
Getting away for a weekend is fantastic. When you come home to a water cleanup job with wet spots in your ceiling, the feeling is not so fantastic. Finding the source of the roof leak is crucial as leaving it unchecked can lead to mold and a sagging, weakened ceiling and other secondary damage.
Water damage in your Pearl River home needs to be addressed as quickly as possible. It is crucial that the source of the water leak is repaired, so the problem does not continue. When you contact SERVPRO, our technicians are available to come onsite 24-hours a day, including weekends and holidays. We know the longer the water remains in your home, the more secondary damage that can be occurring. That is why during the initial phone call, the technician determines the scale of the water that requires removal so we can get started as fast as possible on remediation efforts by having the correct equipment for the scope of work to be done.
Our goal is always to restore rather than replace. However, water damaged drywall often needs to be replaced. Our technicians are trained to carefully remove warped and damaged building materials so complete drying can happen to the affected areas before restoration efforts can occur. To speed up the drying process, air movers can be positioned to effectively drive moist air up and out, while a dehumidifier lowers the vapor levels to ensure complete dryness.
If water dripping from the ceiling has affected carpeting, SERVPRO has carpet clamps that are used in tandem with the air movers to effectively lift and blow air under the carpet and allow it to dry in place. When the area appears dry, it is evaluated with moisture detectors and thermal imagery to ensure the areas are dry and no areas remain that can harbor mold growth.
SERVPRO of Slidell is available to assist you with water cleanup in your home 24/7. Contact us at (985) 649-1516 and start the process of turning around the water damage “Like it never even happened.”
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