SERVPRO is the First Choice of Somerset Homeowners When It Comes to Water Removal Services
Somerset Residents Trust SERVPRO for Water Removal from Their Flooded Homes
Water removal from your Somerset home requires professional-grade equipment and expertise that IICRC certified SERVPRO technicians possess. It pays to take action fast in seeking professional help to minimize the water damage and prevent any long-term issues.
SERVPRO technicians have expertise in providing water removal services to Somerset residents. Our technicians can handle any size disaster, whether it is due to burst pipes, ceiling leaks, or even backed-up sewer. The strategy for water damage restoration depends on the type of water involved in the damage. Category 1 water is sanitary and non-contaminated; it does not pose any harm to health. However, both category 2 water and category 3 water are contaminated and need special care to remediate.
How do SERVPRO Techs Deal with Contamination During Water Damage Remediation in Somerset?
SERVPRO technicians deal with contaminated water in your Somerset home using chemical agents to control microbial growth. However, it is not the only method that SERVPRO technicians employ. The American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) points out that the restoration of contaminated water is ineffective unless the following steps are carried out.
- Removing as much moisture as possible- SERVPRO technicians use several types of equipment, including dehumidifiers and air movers, to dry the structure and content during water damage repairs. We carefully monitor the humidity with moisture sensing equipment such as thermal cameras and moisture meters to ensure that the moisture level is returned to a preloss state after complete water damage remediation.
- Eliminating contaminated material- SERVPRO technicians eliminate any contaminated material from the premises and dispose of it according to the regulatory agency guidelines.
Call SERVPRO of Southeast Somerset County at (908) 251-9097 for reliable and prompt service.