The Importance of Using a Restoration Company
When it comes to property damage from a storm, it’s important to stress that it’s likely not something that you should address on your own. There are many factors that go into restoring a building after it’s been damaged by a storm that are often not considered or something that your average person is unable to do themselves. Here are some of the reasons why you should consider a professional restoration company like SERVPRO of Chesterfield and SERVPRO of Tri-Cities, Plus if your building has suffered damage.
- Stopping Continued and Secondary Damage – Unfortunately when it comes to water damage, it’s not over once the rain stops falling. Water will travel anywhere it can and will continue to cause increased damage to your home or business until it is dried. Often water will get behind walls and under cabinets where someone without professional equipment would be able to spot it. Additionally, our team’s equipment will be able to help dry out your home or business faster than you could on your own, helping to reduce repair costs.
- Growth– If water is not properly or quickly cleaned up, it creates a breeding ground for growth to form. Our team uses specialty cleaners and is trained to help ensure that growth won't appear the first time, and won't have the opportunity to spore.
- Equipment – When dealing with flood waters, typical household equipment just doesn’t make the cut. Here at SERVPRO, our teams are constantly training in the latest techniques and in the best equipment to get the job done fast and get it done right. With industrial air movers and dehumidifiers, we’re able to better control the conditions in your home to make the drying process go as smoothly as possible.
Hopefully, this helps you to better understand the need for a professional restoration company in the event of a flood in your home or business. Our teams are available 24/7, 365 days a year for all of your emergency service needs. Please give us a call and let us know how we can make your home or business “Like it never even happened.”