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Will Expert Stormwater Extraction Protect Lake Nona Residences?

3/22/2021 (Permalink)

storm damaged kitchen, equipment running Storm damage to your home is very disheartening. SERVPRO has IICRC certified technicians and is ready 24/7 365 days a year.

SERVPRO uses industry best practices in all Lake Nona area flooding scenarios 

The powerful equipment and scalable crews arriving at your home after torrential rains and high winds can be as overwhelming as the storm itself. Speed and thoroughness are critical to removing the bulk of the rainwater and the unavoidable contaminants contained therein. Whether the property affected is vast or small and cozy, rapid extraction followed by comprehensive drying is the only way to ensure the structure's return to pre-disaster condition.

Is DIY Water Removal a Reasonable Choice after Storm Flooding?

Stormwater extraction in Lake Nona can be challenging without the training, experience, and appropriate tools possessed by SERVPRO crews. First, stormwater nearly always contains hazardous substances that can accelerate structural damage and imperil the health of your family. Second, exterior damage and the propensity of water to migrate into building cavities far from the source make it difficult to ensure complete water removal. SERVPRO crews:

  • Assess for water hazards
  • Consider and implement controlled demolition to release hidden water
  • Use sensitive moisture detectors and meters to trace perimeters of water incursion and establish baselines for drying goals
  • Operate commercial-grade truck-mounted and portable extractors to remove water fast
  • Contain and dispose of contaminated water safely per local rules

Place your confidence in the SERVPRO of South Orange County team after stormwater damages your home. Expect a prompt response once you call (407) 226-2621

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