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Can SERVPRO Help Patchogue Residents with Water Restoration?

10/11/2021 (Permalink)

removed ceiling panels and wall panels revealing plumbing leak Moisture and plumbing leaks required controlled demolition from our skilled SERVPRO techs to mitigate the water damage in this Patchogue residence

SERVPRO Offers Premium Water Restoration Service to Patchogue Property Owners

No matter how small, water damage is never good news for any property owner, and it can cause significant damage if neglected. You need professionals like SERVPRO to help you with the water restoration of your Patchogue property to prevent it from turning into a full-blown disaster. We have the right equipment, training, and technical knowledge to help you restore your property “Like it never even happened.”

SERVPRO technicians use their knowledge of building and material science during the water restoration of your Patchogue home to figure out a restoration plan that is quick and effective. SERVPRO restorers establish a drying plan based on the particular needs and challenges, rather than simply placing the drying equipment and hoping for the best. One of the most important aspects of employing a targeted approach is understanding how water interacts with the building materials.

How does Moisture Interact with Building Material During the Water Cleanup of Your Patchogue Home?

The two ways in which water enters the structural material of your Patchogue property are-

  • Absorption of water that is in direct contact with the materials
  • Absorption of excess moisture that is present in the air (vapor)

It is not necessary to have standing water in contact with the materials to damage them. The excess moisture level of the air can be good enough to drive moisture into the drier materials and contents. Hence, SERVPRO technicians prioritize the air's dehumidification and water removal during the water damage restoration process.

By understanding how moisture moves, SERVPRO restorers can make sense of the pace of drying efforts and how they can potentially speed up the drying of certain materials.

Call SERVPRO of Patchogue at (631) 924-1801; our technicians are available on call 24/7.   

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