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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Water, Fire, or Mold Damage is No Friend

4/25/2017 (Permalink)

  1. A Water Damage restoration service is the professional that usually no one wants to call, but it is important not to delay when it is needed. Many homeowners know that moisture is often the enemy, capable of penetrating into just about any space, and taking advantage of every little crack and structural problem. No matter how moisture gets into the building or residence, the response should be the same. Have SERVPRO of Walnut onsite as soon as possible to clean the home, dry it, and ensure there are no lingering health threats once the moisture is gone.

  2. If there is a contaminated water source that has entered the home, Do not try to handle it on your own. Floods and sewage back-flows contain a cocktail of deadly bacteria, viruses and fungi, and even momentary skin contact can leave a person seriously ill. A certified water damage restoration service like SERVPRO of Walnut, not only has the tools to eliminate the moisture, we have the protective equipment to remain free from harm.

  3. The Restoration Technicians have lots of technology at their disposal. These include powerful vacuums and pumping systems, high volume Air Movers, Dehumidifiers, Heat injectors, Moisture meters, and a number of detergents formulated for destroying fungi and other microbial threats. While the technicians work on the residence or building, disposing of comprised materials, and drying the rest, they will also destroy all mold and microbial colonies. This is the only way to ensure a home is safe to live in, and a business is safe to work in; any other cleaning method would be dangerous and hazardous.

Do not hesitate to call SERVPRO of Walnut (909) 598-8400 in a Water, Fire, or Mold Damage emergency.

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