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Flooded Basement in Pittston, PA

4/17/2019 (Permalink)

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Flooded basement or water damage in your basement? We can help! 

Many of us have been there before - Headed to complete a load of laundry only to discover a flooded basement or water damage in areas of the basement. This can be an extremely stressful situation for homeowners and unfortunately can disrupt your normal lifestyle. Not only is water in your home an inconvenience, excessive water and moisture in the home may pose a health risk for occupants. Water also has a destructive effect on many building materials and contents. Effectively restoring a flooded Pittston, PA basement is essential for the home owner and occupants of the home. 

Priority Response 

Properly restoring a flooded basement requires training, expertise and specialized equipment. In addition to understanding the technical aspects of water damage restoration, our team values and respects your home and belongings throughout the process. They will also keep you updated during the project on the work progression. 

It is important for our franchise to respond to the storm damage as quickly as possible to assess the damage. The length of time the water is in the structure before restoration begins is a very critical factor. If the water has been in the structure for an extended period of time, damage is much more severe. Even if the water was a clean source originally, bacteria, mold and other microbiological growth may create an unsanitary condition that poses a threat to the health of occupants of the home. 

Assessing the Flood Damage

Our SERVPRO of Kingston, Pittston City and Wyoming County franchise standard requires  specialized equipment and training. Our technicians are IICRC certified prior to beginning work within our franchise and trained to assess the damage on each loss location. We begin a storm damage loss by detecting the moisture trapped within the walls, ceilings, floors and other locations not visible from the exterior surface. Once the damaged area is identified, we extract any standing water, and then drying techniques are used to ventilate, evaporate and dehumidify the environment. 

As warmer temperatures approach along with severe weather, we are here to help following a storm and damage that comes along with it. We can be reached 24/7/365 - 570-714-0090. 

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