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Whom Can I Trust to Help Me Dry Out My Brockton Water Damaged House?

5/20/2020 (Permalink)

A wall with the drywall cut with pipes exposed. With a red bucket on the floor. When it comes to your Brockton water damage, SERVPRO will happy to assist.

SERVPRO Commits to Provide the Highest Quality Water Damage Restoration for Brockton Residents with Integrity and Compassion

A burst pipe or broken appliance thrusts a homeowner directly into a water loss crisis. Vast quantities of water flow, even from standard household plumbing. It is not uncommon for the leakage to occur overnight or while a family is away at work or school, increasing the intensity and severity of the damage.

Why Should I Look for Professional Assistance with a Water Emergency?

Water damage to your Brockton home can impact structures and contents at several levels. Most apparent is standing water, which can be inches or deeper, depending on the amount of fluid flowing from the pipe, pump, or hose. Once the supply line shuts off, the water might recede, seeming to disappear on its own. Counting on the water crisis having such a simple resolution is a mistake.

Where Does the Water Go?

When water invades your dwelling, it is constantly on the move, seeking cracks and crevices to seep through. It wicks into porous materials like carpet and drywall and collects above ceilings and in building cavities. A hardwood floor can seem completely dry while the water actively soaks the sublayers, eventually warping the strips or planks forming the surface you walk on from underneath. 

What Happens if the Water Lingers?

Water is incredibly corrosive and destructive, crumbling walls, rusting metal fasteners, warping framing, and activating mold growth and resultant damage, among other concerns. SERVPRO Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC)-trained employees not only aggressively extract visible water, but also gather data to create and implement a structural drying plan. We follow the restoration industry best practices, ensuring that when we wind up your water recovery project, your home is clean, dry, disinfected, and deodorized, “Like it never even happened.”

Your confidence in the trained and skilled team at SERVPRO of Metro Brockton is well-placed. Call us at (508) 690-4690 to arrange for a prompt assessment and speedy mitigation and remediation of residential water damage.

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