How Professionals Safely Perform Water Damage Restoration Procedures in Raleigh
Raleigh Residents Can Trust SERVPRO for Safe Water Cleanup Procedures
One of the key procedures that technicians perform during water damage restoration is cleaning the structure and all the affected contents. The level of cleaning that we achieve usually ensures that soils and other contaminants do not cause health effects to the building's occupants. Restoration experts achieve the required degree of cleaning by using EPA-approved disinfectants and specialized equipment.
Our SERVPRO technicians do not use a specific water damage cleanup technique in Raleigh when offering mitigation services. Different cleaning situations demand varying cleaning methods for the job to be done right. Before the cleaning job starts, we thoroughly inspect the following areas of the building:
- Check whether the insulation is damaged
- Confirm whether there is any form of damage on the refinishing and painting
- Check whether there is any buckling and warping on the floors
- Confirm whether there is any damage on the carpet seams
- Identify and remove any odor-causing substance
If the water originates from a clean source, restoring the carpeting is possible; our SERVPRO technicians treat both sides using disinfectants. To restore the affected upholstery, we treat them first for mildew and then apply an appropriate deodorizer. Hard surfaces such as floors can be mopped using EPA-certified disinfectants or apply ULV foggers when large areas are involved.
Once the site is clean, drying it is what follows next. We use specialized equipment such as dehumidifiers, air movers, and fans to speed up the drying process. At the end of the drying, we have to confirm that the target areas have attained the accepted moisture levels to prevent mold growth.
Let SERVPRO of North Raleigh & Wake Forest handle your water damage restoration needs with the urgency and professionalism they deserve. You only need to call (919) 790-1222 to allow our team to make it "Like it never even happened."