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Our Experts Have Specialized Equipment To Restore Your Clifton Home After A Flood

12/11/2019 (Permalink)

We are ready 24/7 to respond to your storm damage emergency. We have the expertise and experience to restore your home right away.

Proper Safe Management of Flood Effects in Clifton Homes

Natural flooding presents multiple immediate issues for Clifton homes, and the most pressing of these for the property and its occupants is contamination. Natural rising water can encounter many contaminants and bacteria in its path to your property, and addressing these concerns safely and confidently can keep our technicians and the people of the house safe from potential health effects. Knowing state codes for appropriate disposal requirements based on perceived chemicals, waste, or other biohazards can effectively remove these hazardous effects legally.

Wastewater exposure and flood damage for Clifton homes traditionally come with classifications based on perceived threats and the severity of known contaminants. In most situations, the damage is deemed worse than it might be to ensure that the appropriate measures get taken beyond the bare minimum. Our SERVPRO professionals waste little time with contaminated water pooling in areas of your home and have useful extraction tools to overcome standing water and begin the drying and controlled demolition practices as promptly as possible. The demolition of specific construction materials is unavoidable in contaminated flood damage scenarios, and we have contractors in-house that can work remove damaged drywall and prepare the area for reconstruction efforts.

The proper disposal of wastewater depends significantly on the contaminant involved. Cleaning wastes, dry solvents, and biohazards beyond sewage often cannot get disposed of through the cleanout of your sewer service line. Most extracted water, including even the excess water from on-site textile cleaning, can get disposed of through the sanitary sewer system. This nearby endless drainage option can allow our team a more efficient removal of standing water without requiring the emptying of the extraction trucks in our SERVPRO Green Fleet.

We know flooding is a stressful disaster for our customers, and we work with their insurance and the municipality to get the job done as efficiently as possible. We have experienced professionals available to help in nearly all of these areas, including water removal and biohazard cleaning. Give our SERVPRO of Grand Junction team a call anytime disaster strikes at (970) 241-8181.

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