Is Standing Randolph Water Dangerous?
Standing Water in Your Randolph Residence Can Threaten Your Health
A water incident can be annoying and disruptive to your daily life. It may come from a plumbing issue or an oversight on your part. Regardless of who is to blame, removing excess water and moisture from your home is of paramount importance. Water left unattended can become an even bigger issue when it becomes a breeding ground for mold and bacteria, further compromising your home and your health.
To avoid complications and for effective water removal from your home in Randolph, you can count on our SERVPRO team. Our crew is certified in water restoration and ready to address your needs methodically. Once we arrive at your home, we begin by assessing the scope of the damage and developing a viable plan to return your home to mint condition.
How can I remove the water left by a leak?
Water can hide where you least expect it. Aside from the apparent wet carpet and furniture, your wall cavities, drywall, and subfloor may all cover excess moisture. Our SERVPRO team uses industrial equipment to detect and quantify water deposits hiding in your home. Once we know their location, we can apply specific techniques to remove excess moisture, including the following-
- Wand extractor- this handheld device extends our reach into tucked-away corners and hard to reach places.
- Injecti-dry technology- by drilling tiny holes in your baseboards, we can inject warm air into your walls and encourage water evaporation.
- Wet-dry vacuum- it can help us dry carpets and other surfaces.
Pumps of varying capacities are also useful when extracting water from your home. The most important thing is to call a professional crew and to avoid leaving water evaporation to chance. The longer water stands in your home, the more damage it causes.
SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County is your ally during your home emergency. Call us at (973) 895-5000 and let us work with you to leave your home, "Like it never even happened."
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