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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Common types of water damage that can occur in your property.

3/5/2021 (Permalink)

Garage with black tile affected with water and two towels placed to try to soak up the water. Water damage in a garage.

One of the most common and extensive types of property damage a homeowner will face is water damage and it will need to be addressed as quickly as possible to prevent any secondary damage. Our technicians will use their tools and expert knowledge to evaluate the source of the water, remove the moisture from your home and contents and be able to clean up your home so you can get your life back to normal as quickly as possible.
Some common types of water damage in San Luis Obispo that we have seen in homes are from plumbing failures in the home, appliances or hot water heaters leaking, concrete slab cracks allowing water to enter the home and flooding from excess rains.
Once you contact SERVPRO of San Luis Obispo, we will determine if there is standing water that requires extraction, if possessions or furnishings are or have the potential to be affected by the water. Water travels rapidly through carpet and padding and rooms unaffected at first by water, can become drenched from the water soaking through the carpeting. Our team can eliminate situations like the one mentioned and choose the best drying method to remove moisture and mitigate the chances of harmful mold developing. We do not have a one-size-fits-all for our clean-up efforts and each case is handled differently in order to meet the individual needs of the homeowner. Our drying methods include everything from the use of manually mopping the area to the utilization of industrial-sized, truck-mounted extractors to remove large amounts of water in the most time-efficient way possible.

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