What Should I Do if My Bathroom's Carpets Got Wet?
For Water Mitigation in Your Bathroom in Augusta Call SERVPRO.
Any of the rooms inside your Augusta home that have plumbing running in and out of them could suffer from a leak. Once H2O leaks from a pipe, it can follow gravity and affect your floors close to the source first.
What does water mitigation mean?
Water mitigation procedures in Augusta have to do with preventing further damage to the home as a result of the leak. For example, extracting your bathroom carpets and implementing rapid applied structural drying or ASD procedures can prevent further issues from occurring in your home.
What are water damage restoration services?
Restoration services have to do with repairing and restoring all of the problems that occurred as a result of the leak in your bathroom pipes. For instance, if your carpets got wet and its backing separated from its fibers or delaminated, then it would have to be removed and disposed of and then replaced at the end of the process.
What all takes place during the restoration and mitigation process?
Initial Inspection- The first step to the mitigation phase is to thoroughly inspect your entire property to figure out where the moisture went. We also take temperature and relative humidity readings to see if the environment is conducive to rapid drying.
Develop a Plan- Once we get moisture level reading, we then figure out what we can do to remove moisture from your structural components. If humidity levels are high, then we can set up more dehumidifiers. If the temperature is too low for drying, then we can turn the heat up in your building.
Dry Out The Structure and Restore Damaged Items- The main goal of the mitigation procedure is to remove moisture as quickly as possible so that no more issues arise. Once moisture levels are back to normal, we can then take steps to restore your home like re-install your carpets.
If the carpets in your bathroom ever get wet after a water leak, call SERVPRO of Augusta South / Burke & Wilkes Counties at (706) 843-1990 24/7.
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