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Who Do You Call for Water Damage Remediation in Mount Vernon?

7/25/2021 (Permalink)

a puddle of water on a living room floor Water removal is the critical step for water damage remediation. We have the necessary equipment and technicians to handle the task. Call right away.

SERVPRO Can Help You with Burst Pipes in Your Mount Vernon Home

Everyone has been in a situation where you walk through a certain part of your house, and you notice that there has been a water leak. Due to gravity, any time moisture enters a structure, and it first accumulates on your floors. Your flooring can get saturated in some cases, and you could see standing water on your floors.

During water removal in Mount Vernon, our SERVPRO technicians first extract any standing water that is found. If there are more than two inches of standing water, we can remove it using a submersible pump. 

These pumps can be fully submerged in water and pump it into one of your sewer drains at a rapid rate.

Once all of the standing water gets removed, we can perform other procedures to extract water from your flooring. In rooms of your house with carpet, we can utilize a heavy-duty extractor with various extraction tools based on the type of carpet you have. For thick carpets, we can use deep extraction tools that use the operator's weight to compress carpets and the suction power from our truck-mounted extractors to remove moisture from your carpeting.

Once we get all of the liquid H2O extracted, we can then continue with our services by providing the following:

  • Ceiling Repairs from Water Damages
  • Basement Flooding Cleanup
  • Water Removal Services
  • Water Damage Repairs

If you ever step on a carpet and find that your foot is wet from a water leak, it is wise to call SERVPRO of Skagit County at (360) 873-8744.

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