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Need Water Cleanup in Your Syracuse Home? Call SERVPRO

6/28/2021 (Permalink)

burst pipe Water damage of any kind is a job for SERVPRO. We have trained professionals for every phase of restoration.

SERVPRO Technicians are Fast to Respond for Water Cleanup in Syracuse Homes 

Water damage due to burst pipes, ceiling leaks, or basement flooding is something that needs your immediate attention. Hiring professional restorers like SERVPRO for water cleanup from your Syracuse home can protect it from lasting damages. 

SERVPRO’s IICRC certified technicians are trained to handle every aspect of water cleanup in Syracuse homes. Water damage restoration begins with SERVPRO experts using state-or-the-art moisture detection equipment to determine the scope and extent of the damage. The next step involves preparing a restoration strategy that is best suited for the given set of conditions in your Syracuse home. 

Forms of Moisture Found in Affected Material During Water Damage Repairs in Syracuse 

SERVPRO experts understand the science behind the interaction between water and the material it affects, which helps them to plan the restoration efficiently. The strategy and time required for restoration depend on the type of moisture found in the material.

  • Surface water- It is the liquid water that is present on the surface of the material. SERVPRO techs remove excess moisture by extracting, pumping, mopping, or wiping. Once the excess water is removed, the surface water can easily evaporate using warm, dry air from air-moving equipment.
  • Free water- It is the water that is absorbed into the material. It can move to the surface using capillary action, where it evaporates. Since it is evaporated within the material, it is slower to evaporate than surface water. 
  • Bound water- It is chemically bound within the cells of the wood and is slowest to evaporate. SERVPRO techs break the bonds between water and the material by heating it. 

Call SERVPRO of East Onondaga County at (315) 446-8776 for fast and efficient service. 

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