When Your San Tan Valley Home Requires Water Removal Services, Our Crew Is Here To Help!
Water Cleanup Actions For San Tan Valley Homes
San Tan Valley is the idea many people have in mind when they think about a quiet little town in southern Arizona. Our wonderful community is far enough away from the larger cities to have its identity, but close enough to take advantage of their proximity.
That's not saying a disaster cannot cause problems. After a sudden rain or a plumbing issue, water cleanup can be an issue for San Tan Valley homeowners. SERVPRO restoration service teams can quickly respond to any disaster in your home to remediate the damage, so it is safe once more for occupation.
Quick removal of all the water is our first cleanup action. It prevents the growth of mold and the odors that many mold spores can generate as they expand and grow. Since water drains quickly in our area, our technicians can go directly to smaller water extractions wands, skipping over pumps, to draw water out of carpets and off wood floors.
If the water covering the carpet is from a plumbing failure other than a toilet, it is considered clean. SERVPRO technicians can lift the carpet after extraction and roll it out of the way. They remove and dispose of the pad if there is one, scrap the floor underneath clean, and then set up air movers and fans to dry the floor.
Next, they unroll the carpet and use the same air movers and fans to dry the carpet completely. Finally, they set in place a new pad and then stretch the carpet back in place. None of this is feasible though if the water contains contaminants from storm water or a backed up toilet. Since there is no way for our experts to guarantee the cleanliness of the carpet for further use, the only safe option is disposal.
So, while the weather is drying out, a broken pipe can still spread water through any residence. When that happens, call SERVPRO of Gilbert to clean up your home from the after-effects. To schedule a visit, call (480) 558-7620 today.
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