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Water Cleanup Preparation in a Sevierville Home

12/19/2023 (Permalink)

IICRC logo SERVPRO arrives prepared for water damage cleanup and restoration. We can make your Sevierville home appear "Like it never even happened."

When Water Damage Strikes, SERVPRO® Is Ready to Respond

Finding it is one of the trickiest aspects of dealing with home water damage in Sevierville or anywhere else. Moisture can hide in walls, floors, or ceilings for extended periods and remain undetected long enough to create additional issues like microbial growth or structural damage to the home.

When Sevierville properties need fast-acting water cleanup services, SERVPRO can respond to the call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The team’s constant availability for disaster evaluation and cleanup can ensure homeowners get the mitigation and restoration services they need as expediently as possible.

Preparation is Key to Successful Water Damage Removal

SERVPRO is committed to rapid-response cleanup after disaster strikes, and careful planning is a must for a multitude of reasons:

  • Water damage inspection allows professionals to allocate resources more efficiently, reducing restoration time and associated costs.
  • Taking the time to inspect damages ensures that restoration is as thorough as possible and is beneficial for more comprehensive claims filing.
  • A thorough pre-evaluation of water damage can pinpoint and mitigate potential secondary damages during restoration, providing homeowners with more peace of mind and comfort.

These benefits, backed by SERVPRO’s rigorous crew training, education, IICRC certifications, and commercial-grade tools, are essential for successful cleanup.

SERVPRO Water Cleanup Inspection Tools Get the Job Done

Crew members rely on a diverse array of moisture measurement tools to determine water presence, calculate drying goals, and evaluate water cleanup progress:

  • Penetrating moisture sensors use sharp metal probes to examine water content in carpeting, padding, and subfloors.
  • Non-penetrating moisture meters can measure moisture content in many surface types, including wood and drywall, down to specific depths.
  • Thermal imaging cameras can pinpoint potential water damage zones hidden behind structural materials by picking up temperature changes consistent with water damage.

SERVPRO of Sevier, Jefferson & Cocke Counties makes it “Like it never even happened” when residents call (865) 429-8885.

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