A Primer on How to Remove Water From Thomson Homes After Appliance Failures
Water Removal in Thomson is a Team Effort
When your Thomson home experiences water damage from plumbing leaks, overflowing tubs and sinks, or appliance malfunction the damage can be widespread. Structural components and contents are all in the path of destruction, and a fast and integrated approach is needed. Our experienced water loss crews arrive within hours of your first call, ready to assess and plan for efficient and comprehensive water evacuation.
Fully Stocked Trucks Avoid Delays
Although we take care to individualize your Thomson water removal plan to reflect the specifics of your disaster, our Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) training and on the job experience give us a general context for future jobs. Our signature green service vehicles stock the water removal equipment needed to pump or extract large or small quantities of liquids on demand. We listen to your questions and explain how we intend to employ restoration industry best practices to your water removal needs. Our goal always is to return you home to preloss condition, creating a work plan that balances all these variables.
Water Removal Basics
Once the crew chief communicates the plan, SERVPRO technicians are on it without delay, evacuating water swiftly. If water is more in-depth than two inches, we place submersible pumps to move water out rapidly. As the depth diminishes we switch to wanded extractors, pulling fluids off surfaces. Because water can migrate through cracks and crevices, we use thermal imaging cameras to locate hidden water caches in building cavities. If trapped water is a problem, controlled demolition techniques like flood cuts or weep holes release the fluids for collection and disposal.
Water Removal Includes Structural Drying
We record moisture levels of wet building materials with sensitive meters. We monitor and record the numbers throughout the project, the data forming the basis for an effective drying plan. Our crew members sample moisture levels of similar structural components in non-affected areas of the building, collecting and comparing them to the damaged spaces. These measurements help to determine a reasonable drying goal. Drying equipment also stocked on SERVPRO trucks for immediate use is positioned for optimum moisture removal effect, operating until we meet the mark.
SERVPRO of Augusta South / Burke & Wilkes Counties prepares to assist with your water removal needs with highly-qualified employees and easily accessible and effective equipment. Call us at (706) 843-1990 day or night to schedule an assessment and follow through.
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