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What Are Some Unlikely Problems Caused By Flood Damage In Fayetteville Homes?

8/6/2021 (Permalink)

Tree fallen into roof of home Storm and flood damage restoration is no easy task. SERVPRO uses trained and experienced techs for every job.

Assistance from SERVPRO Helps Ease All Water Damage Repairs at Your Home

Pools of stagnant water and deep soiling are typical outcomes after a flooding incident. However, you may experience other problems which might complicate the restoration of your Fayetteville home.

The complexities of the flood damage at your Fayetteville home may arise from how the water breaches the building. For instance, during storms, the roof might be destroyed, allowing rainwater to filter into the ceiling and wall cavities. The soaked drywall and ceiling tiles can collapse into the house, leaving a mass of debris. SERVPRO helps remove the waste and rebuild the damaged assemblies during flood restoration.

Other essential processes include:

  • Sewage cleanup
  • Basement flooding cleanup
  • Ceiling repairs from water damages

When the internal assemblies in your house collapse, various other issues can develop, including damage to the electrical cabling. Venturing into the house in its damaged state exposes you to the risk of electric shock. Our SERVPRO technicians overcome this risk by using protective gear such as rubber boots and heavy-duty gloves.

Disposing of the various wastes left in the aftermath of flooding might be challenging. For instance, disposing of water contaminated with raw sewage and other hazardous materials into storm drains is illegal. Collecting the mixed debris from torn ceilings and other structural materials can also pose challenges. Our SERVPRO technicians use large trash cans and zip lock bags to ease the collection and classification of debris for easier disposal.

SERVPRO of East Onondaga County has sufficient resources to address any challenge posed by flood damage. Call us at (315) 446-8776. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.

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