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Water Cleanup in Waterbury Happens Fast with SERVPRO

2/8/2023 (Permalink)

Floor With Water Damage Looking for a restoration company? Look no further, SERVPRO is just a call away.

SERVPRO Saves Time and Money on Water Damage Cleanup

Water damage can happen for many reasons, such as burst pipes, ceiling leaks, or plumbing issues. Regardless of the cause, it can be destructive if water cleanup in your Waterbury home does not happen quickly. SERVPRO techs use state-of-the-art technology and equipment to restore your home to its preloss condition. 

The water cleanup in your Waterbury home begins with SERVPRO techs assessing the extent of the damage. We use moisture sensors, thermal imaging cameras, moisture meters, and thermos-hygrometers to detect the hidden moisture in the structural component to formulate the best restoration strategy.  

The Role of Air Filtration Devices (AFDs) in Water Restoration 

There is always a risk of microbial contamination after a water damage incident. Consequently, it is important to accelerate the drying while preventing contaminants, if present, from escaping to unaffected areas of the building. 

AFDs perform a dual function during the restoration of water-damaged properties- they move and filter the air at the same time. Most ADFs that SERVPRO techs use are fitted with HEPA filters that can trap airborne contamination particles and volatile organic compounds (VOC) in the filter. SERVPRO techs can control the aerosolization of contaminants while maintaining high evaporation rates with the AFDs during the drying process. 

Drying Systems During Water Damage Repairs

SERVPRO techs use two types of drying systems when restoring water damage to Waterbury homes:

  • Open system: In this system, the affected area is left open to the air, and dehumidifiers are used to remove excess moisture
  • Closed system: This involves enclosing the affected area in a sealed chamber, where dehumidifiers and air movers control the humidity and circulate the air. A closed system is used if restorers suspect contamination.

Call SERVPRO of Waterbury at (203) 757-5050; our techs are available 24/7 to answer any question you might have.

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