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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Large Loss Solutions For Vermont Businesses!

6/10/2021 (Permalink)

What's Left - image of dark floor After heavy rains, Some Vermont basements need our help!

Pumping out the Standing water is the initial action that must occur before other mitigation and restoration actions can happen. After flooding or burst pipes, pooling can be substantial and require credible solutions that remove high volumes fast, like a pump truck or submersible unit. Standing water and trapped moisture must get removed from:

  • Carpets
  • Hardwood flooring
  • HVAC system
  • Wall materials
  • Ceiling Cavities
  • Insulation

How Can We Prevent Content Losses After Water Exposure?

Protecting furniture, stock, inventory, documents, and other items is an objective of water removal in Vermont buildings. Cleaning textiles and carpets cannot happen without first removing standing water, but this also applies to on-site drying efforts with tools like axial air movers and dehumidifiers. In many situations, it is an efficient practice to remove contents to allow larger scale drying equipment for a faster resolution on moisture extraction and evaporation with warm air exhaust.

Water removal hinges on a quick response. Our SERVPRO of Burlington/ Middlebury team will show We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster when you call us @ 80-497-1101.

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