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Repairing Water Damage in New Providence Demands Skill

3/29/2023 (Permalink)

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SERVPRO Can Handle Water Damage in Your New Providence Home

The recovery of a building from water damage is way more than just sopping up the water left standing. Water can seep into spaces that are impossible to see and hard to reach, such as crawl spaces and wall cavities. When these areas are not dried adequately, mold growth and structural damages are inevitable, which means your home’s indoor air quality is altered, negatively affecting the occupants. This is one of many reasons why everyone who finds themselves in such a situation should call a water damage restoration company to at least conduct an inspection.

At SERVPRO, we had the needs of property owners in mind when we set up a branch to repair water damage in New Providence. We have state-of-the-art thermal imaging cameras to help us locate areas of elevated moisture concentrations and moisture meters that help us determine how severe the damage is, which might otherwise be ignored if one judges by mere sight.

SERVPRO does not claim to provide a single solution for all water damage situations. We have certification to show our ability to work in any situation according to set standards and guidelines. Our technicians are trained to handle any work as if it were their own homes. This way, our aim is always to find a scope of work that minimizes the drying time while also maximizing the cost efficiency achieved via bringing down the overall costs of projects.

To monitor the drying process, SERVPRO conducts several measurements throughout the process, with complete documentation. The most crucial measurements that we carry out are:

  • Resistance measurement uses a depth probe to determine moisture levels in building materials.
  • Capacitive measurement to find hidden damp spots.
  • Temperature and humidity measurements in the room or cavities.

To avoid incurring high repair costs, SERVPRO documents every step of the restoration process, which makes the process of making insurance claims for you easier.

For immediate water damage restoration, contact SERVPRO of Western Union County at (908) 791-9177. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.

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