How Do I Dry and Restore My Augusta Salon After a Water Leak?
A Leaking Sink Fixture can Damage Cabinetry, Flooring, and Other Exposed Materials in Your Salon
With many of the stations in your Augusta salon featuring their sinks and respective fixtures, the possibility of an accident or natural deterioration of these elements is more likely than you might think. While you cannot account for the disasters that could occur, you can have a plan to resolve these situations as they happen. With the fast and confident response of our SERVPRO team, we can implement mitigation tactics as soon as we arrive to reduce the spread and severity of water loss incidents and reduce the destruction that migrating water can allow.
There are situations where even our fast response does not negate the need for water damage repair in Augusta properties like yours. Because we have a group of in-house contractors that can restore your salon's look and feel after water emergencies, we can offer a comprehensive experience with every loss incident we address. Often with persistent leaks or breaks in fixtures, the immediate materials like cabinetry, countertops, drywall, and wood flooring can be sensitive to saturation.
What Steps Are Necessary to Repair Damaged Engineered Wood Flooring?
As with any wood flooring or other materials exposed to standing water or migrating moisture, we remove this dampness before demolition occurs. If structural deterioration has begun, drying the material is a wasted effort. If attempting moisture removal, there are specific tools that we will use in these situations:
- Positive Pressure Systems
- Floor Mat Drying System
- Centrifugal Air Movers
Removal of engineered wood flooring is only necessary for the areas where the worst damage has occurred. A thorough assessment of the flooring material can determine a dry line to note what portions of wood plank must get removed and later replaced after drying completes.
Every water loss situation is different, so our SERVPRO of Augusta South / Burke & Wilkes Counties team responds quickly to reduce this threatening condition's spread and saturation. Contact us anytime you need us at (706) 843-1990.
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