My First Floor Apartment in Raleigh Is Swamped With Stormwater – Can A Professional Restoration Company Help?
SERVPRO of Raleigh Understands Storm Damage and the Flooding it Can Cause – Our Expert Crews Will Return Your Apartment to Pre-loss Condition as Quickly as Possible
Strong winds and heavy rains sweep through North Carolina during storm season, creating havoc. Flooding is a significant part of the damage in Raleigh these storms impact.
What is the process of removing flood water from my apartment?
Calling a professional stormwater removal service in Raleigh is the first step. The longer you wait, the more secondary damage is done to your apartment. If you live in a first-floor apartment, the storm damage may have spread throughout the entire home. Our Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) certified technicians are storm damage specialists. They understand the unique cleaning and restoration process that comes with water intrusions from bad weather. Your crew will:
- Scope out the situation and put together a plan for water removal, repairs, cleaning, drying, and restoration.
- Muck out and clear away debris using PPE equipment.
- Extract standing water with powerful truck-mounted or portable pumps.
- Dry out the apartment with heavy duty air driers and humidifiers.
- Remove the contents to our warehouse for cleaning if required.
- Repair or replace any structural damage.
- Clean, restore, and repair the contents of the home.
- Restore or replace carpeting or flooring.
- Deodorize and sanitize
We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster
SERVPRO understands disaster can strike any time. As North Carolina residents, we also grasp how much damage storms can cause to our area. That’s why we are committed to quality stormwater removal services 24/7. We answer your call for help day or night and holidays too.
Contact SERVPRO of Southeast Raleigh / Garner at (919) 615-1179 for water restoration services that leave your home, “Like it never even happened.”
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