Whom Should I Call If My Augusta Home Has Flood Damage?
Augusta Residents Should Call SERVPRO to Assess and Remediate Damage After a Flood
Discussions of climate change are frequently in the news. Our planet seems to be getting warmer, while hurricanes and flooding seem to occur more often. When we are at risk of water coming into our homes, we need to be ready to act. Having a professional team of technicians at our service is priceless when an emergency occurs. At SERVPRO, we are here for you when you need us.
Is it safe to clean floodwater on my own?
Floodwater is not the same as water coming from a broken washing machine or a leaky faucet. Whenever water comes into your Augusta home from nearby rivers, creeks, or the street, it brings bacteria and wastes with it. Our technicians wear protective personal equipment (PPE) to safeguard us against any health threats associated with microorganisms now in your home. When you call us, you can rely on our knowledge and experience to clean and disinfect your home. Once we extract the water, we proceed with the disinfecting and sanitizing process. Thankfully, our industry-grade equipment allows us to target items and areas of your home with different cleaning solutions. Examples of equipment and techniques available to our trained staff include:
• EPA-approved cleaning solutions
• Foggers to permeate all areas of your home with disinfectant
• Containment materials to isolate affected areas of your home and prevent cross-contamination
When undesirable water comes into your home, you should not take it lightly. If you don't eliminate its traces, you leave yourself vulnerable to mold and other biohazards, compromising your health and that of your family. Allow us to give you expert advice at this time and help you assess the damage and its consequences.
SERVPRO of Augusta South / Burke & Wilkes Counties is in your neighborhood to help you through tough times. Call us at (706) 843-1990 and let us leave your home, “Like it never even happened.”
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