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Why Is Professional Mold Removal Necessary in my Farmington Business?

9/8/2020 (Permalink)

Mold on basement walls of a home Contact us at (860) 675-4500 to set up a mold remediation evaluation.

SERVPRO Successful Mold Removal Approach for Farmington Businesses is Research-Based and Follows the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Protocol

The single most important reason to seek professional mold removal help for your Farmington business might be to educate you and your staff about the reasons behind mold infestations. Removing mold from spaces in your commercial property could become a routine job for us, but we prefer to act with integrity and share tips that can help a business minimize the regrowth of mold and mildews.

What Causes Mold Growth?
Mold removal needs in Farmington commercial spaces arise when spores find a water source and begin multiplying. Throughout your business building, spores are settled and floating on air currents and hitchhiking a ride in with you, your employees, and customers on clothing and footwear. A plumbing leak, spill, persistently high humidity, or appliance malfunction are ways water can linger the 24 to 48 hours needed to fuel mold colonization. We use our water damage remediation expertise to help businesses find and arrange for repair of water incursions, hoping that proaction limits future calls for help.

How Do Professionals Respond to a Request for Mold Removal?
At SERVPRO, we respond by removing the current infestation, following the EPA’s protocol for mold remediation in commercial buildings:

    •    We locate the mold, frequently relying on the business owner’s observations rather than costly testing.
    •    We contain the mold-affected space, usually with heavy-duty 1.6 polyethylene sheeting supported by plastic conduit.
    •    We seal the containment chamber using the action of a negative pressure air scrubber, which also forces airborne mold debris through HEPA filters, capturing the bits as we work in the area.
    •    We wear personal protective equipment (PPE), preventing contact or inhalation of the moldy materials and avoid tracking the debris through unaffected areas of your business.
    •    We physically remove the mold, scraping, brushing, and blasting with abrasives such as soda or dry ice.
    •    We vacuum and wipe up the residues, applying an EPA-antimicrobial to inhibit regrowth.

The interventions used by SERVPRO of The Farmington Valley for commercial mold removal provide a framework to minimize mold rebound. Contact us at (860) 675-4500 to set up a mold remediation evaluation.

Local Water Removal Services Near My House?

9/2/2020 (Permalink)

Overflowing bath tub Regardless whether it's an overflowing tub, faulty plumbing or an aging dishwasher, Team SERVPRO is ready to remediate water damage in your home.

SERVPRO Can Provide Water Removal Services to Your Avon Home! 



There could be multiple points in your life where you may find your Avon home in severe need of water removal services. Unfortunately, there is too much room for accidents to happen. The more residents in your home, the more likely it is for something to break. Especially when those residents are little kids who only know the bounds of their own curiosity. 

Reach out for local Avon water removal services as soon as your home needs them. If you find your child tugged on a rusty water supply line and broke it? Call for help! If a different child accidentally overflowed your bathroom tub during bath time? Call for help! Whenever an emergency hits, do not wait. Waiting can cause further issues for your home. Picture the damage water could cause to your home. You don't want it getting out of hand.. 

What Problems Could Leaving Water Cause? 

Failing to obtain water removal services when you need them can only cause further issues for your home. For example, let's say your child overfilled your bathtub, and it soaked the bathroom floor, as well as the carpet outside of it. If left for a long time, the water could:

  • Cause mold spores to bloom in the moist carpeting and drywall
  • Make your tile floors split and crack
  • Cause swelling in the baseboards and the framing of your home 

When accidents happen, never wait to get help. The best thing you can do for your home is to get help as quickly as you can. The faster the water gets cleaned up, the easier it is for the remediation process. 

What Devices Can Your Technicians Use For Water Removal? 

Our technicians are trained to use many different industry-grade advanced technological devices. In the case of your home, let us continue with the example of the overfilled bathtub. Our technicians can use: 

  • Wet/dry vacuums to reduce standing water in your bathroom and hallway
  • Extractors, to help draw stubborn moisture from your carpets
  • Air blasting tubs, to get hot and dry air in hard to reach places
  • Dehumidifiers and air movers, for evaporation and air circulation
  • Thermal imaging technology and moisture meters, to find every crevice of moisture, even unseen to our eyes 

Here at SERVPRO, we have many devices at our disposal, and our technicians are trained to use them all. We can set up our equipment swiftly and begin the restoration process after a brief investigation. In most cases, we're done within a couple of days and can return your home to you. 

What If Complications Like Mold Damage Are Found? 

If we were ever to find unexpected damages, such as mold damage, while cleaning up water spills, fear not. Our technicians can assist you with that too. We could: 

  • Attempt to locate the colony for removal
  • Set up plastic barriers to prevent the spread of active spores
  • Remove colonies and disinfect the area, helping to prevent regrowth 

When it comes to mold damage, our goal is to remove the colony and prevent regrowth. However, if you get help immediately after the water damage occurs, it is doubtful you would need help with mold remediation. Remember, quick action is what keeps mold at bay. 

What If My Bathroom Smells Musty Because of the Water? 

If you worry about malodors making your bathroom unpleasant, we can help with that too. Here at SERVPRO, we have access to several devices designed to reduce the air particles that produce odors. To limit and eliminate malodors, we can:

  • Use air scrubbers
  • Set up hydroxyl generators
  • Deploy thermal foggers 

Each one of these devices has its own unique way of eliminating malodors from the air. Scrubbers filter air and trap airborne particles. Thermal foggers dispense a fine mist into the air and neutralize the airborne particles. Lastly, if you find the smell still lingers, we can always use priming paints to help lock unpleasant odors beneath the color. 

Always remember to get help when you need it. Water damage waits for no one, and your best defense is a quick response. Get ahead of the issue and get back to living your life, "Like it never even happened." 

If you find your home is in desperate need of water removal services, do not wait. Get in touch with SERVPRO of The Farmington Valley by dialing the number (860) 675-4500. No matter when you call, we can always answer. 

Will I Have to Worry About Flooding Ruining My First Floor?

8/27/2020 (Permalink)

Home floating in floodwater Don't let water take over your home. Let the professionals at SERVPRO help restore your water damaged home back to its original state.

Calling SERVPRO for Flood Damage Mitigation After a Storm Can Save Your Simsbury Property.

Water intrusion, on any level, poses a significant threat to the structural elements of your Simsbury home and everything in the affected space. The quicker that you have skilled technicians on-site to handle water cleanup, the more rapidly that you ensure your home gets back to normal. We are Faster to Any Size Disaster at SERVPRO, and we can have a Green Fleet at your front door within hours of your initial call.

How Does SERVPRO Help?

Massive rain storms that bring flooding subject your home to harm that you cannot ignore. It is imperative that you call in the help of IICRC-certified and highly-trained water restoration technicians (WRT) to start working on flood damage mitigation in Simsbury before secondary damage sets in. Any water left standing too long within your home poses a threat to structural integrity along with the potential for mold and mildew setting in. We arrive and get to work with a detailed plan while using our proven methods and industrial-strength tools to remove water quickly, allowing us to restore everything to preloss condition.

  • Submersible and gas-powered pumps allow our crew to pump out water, even when at higher levels continuously.
  • Truck-mounted extractors and vacuums help remove thousands of gallons of water in a short period.
  • Moisture detection tools and hygrometers assist as we measure moisture saturation in various areas of the home.
  • Infrared cameras facilitate the location of pockets of hidden moisture behind walls, within ceilings, and other spaces.

What Happens to Ruined Building Materials?

Any areas where we cannot salvage your drywall and other materials, our crew uses controlled demolition. Flood cuts allow us to remove areas where category three water, also known as black water, has saturated the materials. Any unsalvageable elements get carefully removed, bagged up, and then disposed of properly. Everything is replaced with brand-new materials and finished off to bring the rooms to like-new condition.

SERVPRO of The Farmington Valley is the team to call when you need prompt flood damage mitigation to salvage your interior. Call us at (860) 675-4500, and we will be there to assist within hours.

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Carpet Damage After Water Disasters in Your Simsbury Office

8/17/2020 (Permalink)

Modern Office Flooded Give our technicians and contractors a call to help you make water disasters “Like it never even happened,” for your business.

Flooring damage in your Simsbury property can be a challenging obstacle to overcome, but our SERVPRO team has thorough extraction and mitigation approaches.

Carpeting is a standard installation for Simsbury office complexes and structures, specifically because of its low maintenance and aesthetic appeal. Regular vacuuming can reduce the need for professional cleaning, but these materials can also be susceptible to rapid saturation when standing water becomes a concern after a disaster like a broken sprinkler head or water main burst. It is possible to extract water from these materials like glue-down carpet with the fast application of powerful tools and technologies in our inventory, such as:

    •    Carpet Wands
    •    Light Wands
    •    Weighted Extractors
    •    Wet Vacuums

Glue-down carpeting is a lower-cost installation for flooring solutions in an office, but can often lead to water damage repair in Simsbury structures after a disaster. Extraction is not always feasible or productive, especially when there are delays in getting professional restorers like our SERVPRO team on site. Often, when the top layer and the underlying padding are both saturated, it is more cost-efficient to allow our contractors to remove this material entirely and reinstall it after the mitigation phase. This removal allows for more direct drying, but it can also prevent time wasted on materials that can get reinstalled for less money than the time it takes to dry and clean them.

What if the Subflooring Appears Saturated?

Often, office complexes have concrete subflooring materials. These low-permeance materials can resist saturation for extended periods but are not impermeable. When moisture impacts these surfaces, it is often possible to draw it out with floor mat drying systems placed in specific affected points to avoid costlier demolition and reconstruction.

Carpeting might be a standard installation for your office structure, but it can also be one of the first to get removed by controlled demolition after prolonged exposures. Give our SERVPRO of The Farmington Valley technicians and contractors a call to help you make water disasters “Like it never even happened,” for your business. We are available 24/7 at (860) 675-4500.

How Serious Is the Risk of Significant Contamination from Flood Damage in Simsbury?

8/6/2020 (Permalink)

"Don't wait" We understand how seriously water damage can affect your home. Don't wait, call us right away at (860) 675-4500.

Storm-Related Flood Damage Is a Leading Cause of Residential Contamination from a Broad Range of Hazardous Substances and Infectious Agents -- SERVPRO Trains and Equips Crews for This Challenge.

Is flood damage merely an inconvenience, or a potential health hazard in your Simsbury home? Although rainwater seems as though it would not pose very many contamination issues on its own, of course, things are rarely that simple. The rainwater does not enter your home untainted. It has flowed over streets and sidewalks. Industrial waste and lawn chemicals also hitch a ride. Significant quantities of mud, silt, and other debris, including dead animals, organic matter, and more thicken the mix as it approaches your home.

Do I Need to Worry About Sewage as Part of Flood Damage?

As the municipal curb and gutter systems become overwhelmed in Simsbury, flood damage can also include infectious waste. Some might be picked up by overland flooding outside your home as the sewer system discharges overflow in the streets. A sewer backup into your home can complicate matters substantially if the public sewer pressure pushes infectious waste inside. Suddenly the benign wash of rainwater rising in your lower levels becomes a concerning and almost catastrophic situation.  

What Credentials Should I Seek In a Company That Offers Contaminated Flood Water Cleanup?

SERVPRO ensures your confidence by earning the certifications and obtaining the licenses needed to remove, collect, and dispose of contaminated floodwaters lawfully. Our managers and technicians master coursework from the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC) on water removal for restoration companies, including infected fluids. The IICRC is an international restoration industry-standard development organization. The training and recommendations provided by the IICRC are science-based, evolving as new treatments and technologies arise.

How Do Trained Technicians Manage Contaminated Flood Water Debris?

Putting their training to good use, our project managers assess the specific circumstances of your flood water crisis. If we discover significant quantities of solid debris, we start by “mucking-out” the flooded areas. This involves:

  • Wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) for our workers to protect from skin contact with and inhalation of infective, corrosive, or otherwise harmful substances
  • Shoveling dirt, mud, and a wide range of organic and inorganic debris until water extraction equipment can run without clogging
  • Containing the debris and arranging for lawful disposal as hazardous waste

What Are the Steps for Removing the Flood Water Itself?

Once the bulk of the debris is loaded out of the affected area, we begin the flood water extraction:

  • We position submersible pumps in areas where the fluids are deeper than two inches and discard the waste into a treated sewer line
  • Truck-mounted extractors pull vast quantities of water out and contain up to 100 gallons in onboard tanks for appropriate disposal
  • Trained technicians check with infrared imaging and moisture detectors to locate any hidden water caches

We plan for the release of this trapped water, using:

  • Portable extractors with wand extenders
  • Controlled demolition to open drain holes or sections of wall materials to access the water and improve drying outcomes:
    • Drilled holes in mortar joints in masonry or cinder block construction
    • Sawn holes at the bottom of walls for water release and insert hoses for suction or positive pressurized warm air
    • Flood cuts that saw from stud to stud several inches above the flood line

Do Flood Damage Restoration Companies Apply Antimicrobials or Disinfectants?

Sometimes we do a broadcast spray of an EPA-registered antimicrobial in a flooded space to reduce the airborne load of infectious agents during the water removal phase. Research indicates that merely spraying a biocide is inadequate to eradicate contamination by biohazards. It is instead recommended that restorers use EPA-registered cleaners on soiled surfaces. Then we apply disinfectants to inhibit regrowth before the structural drying. 

Is It Necessary to Take Active Drying Steps as a Windup to Flood Damage Work?

Depending on wet structural components to dry out on their own is inadvisable, even after treatment with antimicrobials, the surfaces and building cavities suffering from flood damage risk continuing deterioration from the water and mold or other pathogen growth if excess moisture remains 24 to 48 hours or longer. We always include a drying plan in a flood damage project, using high-efficiency air movers, heaters, and dehumidifiers to strike the needed balance to facilitate evaporation of floodwater locked inside porous building materials.

When you struggle with muck, debris, and contaminated floodwater, SERVPRO of The Farmington Valley has the skills, tools, and experience to assist you. Rapid response helps gain the best outcome, so call (860) 675-4500 promptly.

What Should Qualified Mold Remediators Do for Damaged Farmington Offices?

7/28/2020 (Permalink)

Mold on wall If mold is left unchecked, it can spread very quickly. Contact our IICRC certified mold damage remediation team for an assessment today.

Our remediation team has multiple approaches to neutralizing organisms and removing active colonization happening on the property. 

With the discovery of mold, moving quickly to address these concerns is vital for your Farmington office building. Direct exposure to active colonization can threaten the health of those in the area, including your staff and customers. Managing these situations requires immediate action, both and containing the intense effects and preventing the situation from recurring again in the future. Our SERVPRO team has skilled professionals ready 24/7 to help your commercial property through this challenging ordeal.

While there are no shortages of mold removal companies in Farmington or its surrounding areas, many people have decided to choose to trust the experience and fast response of our capable technicians. We have the training and ongoing coursework from the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) in Applied Microbial Remediation (AMRT), Odor Control (OCT), and Applied Structural Drying (ASD.) There are several strategies for physically removing active colonization from hosting materials and contents in the area, including:

  • Sanding
  • Soda Blasting
  • Antimicrobial Treatments 
  • Controlled Demolition

Is Controlled Demolition Ideal for Mold Removal? 

With a team of in-house commercial contractors, we can assess areas like the drywall and carpeted flooring of the offices. These organic materials are sensitive to migrating microbial colonies, so discarding overly damaged elements like carpet or portions of the wall system can often be more cost-effective than working to dry out these materials and remove active colonization that might exist. Usually, with enough exposure, many materials deteriorate to the point of requiring removal by our contractors and replacement.

Protecting your staff and your customers in your office building from mold exposure should be a top priority for property owners. Our SERVPRO of The Farmington Valley team has experienced remediation professionals to address these concerns as they are happening. We can make mold losses “Like it never even happened,” by calling (860) 675-4500.

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What Happens to the Contents of My Home in Simsbury When They Moved Off Site After a Fire?

7/25/2020 (Permalink)

fire burning through the roof of a house Fire damage can displace your family for an uncertain amount of time. To get back into your home call SERVPRO for their quick fire damage remediation.

SERVPRO Has Content Management Specialists That Will Clean and Restore Your Items from Your Simsbury Home – Our Goal is for Your Residence to Look “Like it never even happened.”

If you have mild fire damage, such as a kitchen fire controlled quickly, your belongings usually get cleaned and repaired onsite. More serious fires in Simsbury can result in the content needing moved off-site.

How do I know what will happen to my household items?

If fire damage in your Simsbury home is severe enough to warrant move out services, you can rest assured, we will keep you informed throughout the process. You have enough to deal with without wondering what is happening to the things you need and cherish. Once we have inventoried and boxed up the salvageable items, they then go to our warehouse. They are categorized in a staging area to prepare for cleaning and restoration.

Content Restoration

From the staging area, the different items will move to cleaning areas. You can expect:

  • Items will be labeled and coded
  • Barcode scanning through each step
  • Clean and soiled items stored in separate areas
  • High value and electronics placed in a different, secured area
  • Your content will be cleaned and deodorized all at one time. No combining with other client’s items.

Returning Your Content to You

Once the structural cleaning and restoration from the fire damage gets done, your items get returned to your home. SERVPRO technicians will have cleaned and salvaged everything they possibly could. It’s all inventoried, double-checked, and packed carefully. You need your life and your home back, and we want to help.

Contact SERVPRO of The Farmington Valley at (860) 675-4500 for expert fire damage service. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.


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Who Do I Call For My Simsbury Water Mitigation Services?

7/9/2020 (Permalink)

Two men sitting on a red cushion going down a flight of stairs.  Don't let water damage ruin your Simsbury family fun. Let SERVPRO handle the water so you can get back to family fun.

SERVPRO of Simsbury Is Ready to Provide Water Mitigation Services to Your Home!

Local Simsbury water mitigation services assist hundreds of homes with water damage each year. After all, there are so many ways water damage can find its way into your home. It does matter if the loss comes from leaking pipes, broken appliances, or cracked water supply lines. What does matter is how you handle an emergency when it occurs. 

As excess moisture sits, it can become more challenging to provide water damage mitigation services to your Simsbury home. However, here at SERVPRO, We're Faster to Any Size Disaster. We're always able to help you, no matter if it's just a tiny leak or hundreds of gallons of spilled water. So, if your home is in urgent need of water mitigation services, do not wait to get help. Reaching out for help as quickly as possible can make the difference for your home. 

What Might Happen If I Leave Water Damage too Long? 

As water damage sits, multiple problems can begin to happen. If you leave excess moisture, the following could happen: 

  • Mold damage 
  • Damage to the structure of your home, including rot and decay
  • Soaked carpets, furniture, and belongings 

As things become sodden throughout your home, the chances of mold damage grow exponentially. Mold spores are omnipresent and are usually harmless. However, once exposed to a source of moisture, they bloom and grow into an entire colony. Mold damage can cause health effects in those who live in a house with it. For this reason, it is essential to deal with a water loss as soon as it happens. 

Can Gray or Black Water Ever Come From Water Damage? 

A few scenarios could lead to finding grey or black water in your home. A couple of these scenarios include: 

  • Your toilet backing up
  • Your sink backing up
  • Rusted pipes in your home 

Having sewage, chemicals, or rust in your water can make it unsafe for contact. However, our technicians are trained to deal with such problems. We have the proper protective equipment and advanced technology to deal with the contaminated water damage in your home. Trust SERVPRO to get the job done correctly and get your home feeling "Like it never even happened."

What Technology Can SERVPRO Use to Mitigate the Water Damage? 

Our technicians have IICRC-certification (Institution of Inspect, Cleaning and Restoration Certification.) They have undergone hundreds to thousands of hours of training and field experience. To remediate the water damage in your home, we could use the following devices: 

  • Portable pumps, for significant volumes of water
  • Extractors, to proficiently remove water from fabric-surfaces and carpet 
  • Wet/dry vacuums to clean up general standing water
  • Dehumidifiers, to reduce excess moisture 
  • Air movers, to keep dry air circulating 

Our technicians can use advanced technological devices in conjunction to create an environment that supports evaporation. Our goal is not only to remove standing water but also to remove the water you cannot see. 

What About Pockets of Water in Unusual Places? 

SERVPRO has technological devices made to find water in places you may not expect. Throughout your home, we can use thermal imaging cameras and moisture meters to locate water in places like: 

  • Under cabinetry in your kitchen 
  • Between walls throughout your home
  • Between levels of your home, under the floors or above the ceiling 
  • Behind insulation 

Here at SERVPRO, we're good at locating all of the water damage inside of your home. In fact, we're water damage experts. You can trust us to help ensure the longevity of your home. 

What If Large Furniture Needs Mitigation Services? 

Imagine a scenario where a burst pipe dumps hundreds upon hundreds of gallons of water into your home. As water collects and spreads, it can cause damage to various furniture throughout your home. If you some of your larger furniture needs remediation, our technicians can: 

  • Remove it from your home carefully 
  • From there, we can bring it to our facilities to have professional mitigation and cleaning services performed 
  • Store it in our warehouses until it can be brought back to your home

We go the extra mile to ensure your property is handled with care. We keep it clean and keep it locked in a secure warehouse. When we bring it back to your home, we return it to where you want it. It is always our goal to leave your home in its preloss condition. 

If you need water mitigation services, don't wait too long to get help. Get in touch with SERVPRO of The Farmington Valley by dialing (860) 675-4500. We're ready to help you whenever you need it. 

What Happens To The Contents Of My Farmington Home After A Fire?

6/24/2020 (Permalink)

chair and furniture in room after burned in burn scene Contact SERVPRO of The Farmington Valley at (860) 675-4500 for quality fire damage service that is Faster to Any Size Disaster.

SERVPRO Strives for Full Restoration and Recovery of Your Farmington Home with On-site Content Management

Fire departments respond to 354, 400 home fires annually on average, and this includes homes in Farmington. According to the National Fire Prevent Association (NFPA), those fires result in 6.9 billion dollars in damages. Our goal is to lessen your financial burden by restoring instead of replacing and leave your home, “Like it never even happened.”

Can my belongings get cleaned on-site?

A fire is devastating to any home. Trying to deal with the cleanup and repair from fire damage to your Farmington home can be overwhelming. That’s why SERVPRO provides content management that takes the burden off your shoulders. The extent and severity of the fire will determine the type of content cleaning that takes place. The benefits of on-site cleaning include:

    •    Saves the expense of moving contents
    •    No storage fees
    •    Cleanup is speedier
    •    On-site remediation often means minor fire damage

On-site or Moving Out – We Get the Job Done

Content management is a crucial part of the recovery and restoration of your home. These are your memories, your cherished belongings, and what you need to live daily life. Because it is important to you, it is important to our Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) trained technician. If at all possible, they provide on-site restoration and can use several techniques to make that happen:

    •    Deodorization - neutralize and remove odors
    •    Cleaning of contents – different items are cleaned in different ways
    •    Removal of soot and fire residue
    •    Immersion cleaning for hard items
    •    Power cleaning agents

If you have to leave your home and it is unsafe to clean on-site, SERVPRO provides move-out services. The same care and diligence to detail provided on-site happens in our warehouses. We record an inventory of your belongings digitally. Once your home gets restored from fire damage, we return your belongings.

Contact SERVPRO of The Farmington Valley at (860) 675-4500 for quality fire damage service that is Faster to Any Size Disaster.

A Leaking Dishwasher Has Flooded My House. Who Can Help Me to Remove the Water?

6/17/2020 (Permalink)

Dishwasher removed to fix Water leaks can quickly cause damage in your home. Call SERVPRO today to avoid additional water loss of your property.

Call the Remediation Experts at SERVPRO to Perform Water Removal in Your Avon Home.

When you notice water damage in your Avon residence after a dishwasher leak, do not waste time. Seek professional help to avoid costly secondary damage and an unhealthy environment. Experts from SERVPRO can help you save as much property as possible. 

Why seek restoration services from professionals?

At SERVPRO, we have highly trained and certified experts who are available 24/7 to respond to water loss incidents of any magnitude. We can perform effective water removal in your Avoid home using have high-tech water extraction and drying equipment. We also use different water restoration products to deal with contamination and to remove unpleasant odors. We use specialized and approved techniques to restore affected homes. Our technicians can solve your dilemma professionally and in a brief period.

How do you remove water from the affected surfaces?

We first identify the areas of saturation and then use pumps to remove the standing water. Water extraction is a vital step to eliminating moisture from a home. When our restorers use extraction equipment to remove most of the water, we spend less time evaporating and dehumidifying the remaining moisture using drying equipment. We can use different kinds of extraction tools to eliminate water from floors such as:

Light wands

Submersible pumps

Deep extraction tools 

Our SERVPRO team can dry the affected areas quickly and thoroughly to help deter structural damage and mold infestation. The drying process involves using different types of equipment. Some of the devices we use to remove moisture from homes include:

Centrifugal air movers 

Low grain refrigerant dehumidifiers 

Structural cavity drying equipment 

We position the equipment at optimal locations throughout the wet areas. Our technicians monitor the drying process by taking moisture readings in every place where there could be moisture. If water pooled on your carpeted floor, we can use penetrating moisture meters to get the actual moisture content in the carpet and pad. By monitoring the drying process, our restorers know when a property is fully dry and stop the process. Our team of experts has restored thousands of homes to their preloss state successfully over the years. 

Responding quickly to water intrusion incidents helps prevent costly damage to the structures and contents of a home. Call SERVPRO of The Farmington Valley at (860) 675-4500 for prompt restoration. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster.  

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