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Water Restoration Helps Resolve Any Size Disaster in Mount Vernon

3/17/2023 (Permalink)

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Your Floors Need Timely Water Restoration Services

SERVPRO works with families in Mount Vernon by using time-tested water restoration techniques. No matter where a water leak happens inside your residence, the floor in the immediate area can get completely soaked.

Slow leaks and sudden gushers are both bad news for your property, but the ability of a slow leak to sneak up on you can mean increased water damage to your home in Mount Vernon. Our targeted water restoration methods help save our customers money, time, and aggravation while eliminating the damaged areas inside their dwellings.

We must work quickly to restore the floors inside your house after being saturated with water. Here are some types of damage you might discover and how our restoration technicians handle such situations:

  • Rippling of carpeting,
  • Deteriorating underlay, and
  • Warping of wood floors.

Ripples in your carpeted floors can lead to trip and fall injuries and other unwanted situations. Waviness and unevenness in the carpet's surface occur because damp carpeting stretches more easily than dry carpeting.

Deterioration because water is soaking into the underlay can cause soft spots to develop. Normal shifting within your home's framework can tear open this now-weakened area. Small holes provide vermin new access points to your home's interior from crawlspaces. Insulation and wiring can also become exposed. Softened areas in front of cabinets can slowly let the weight of the unit collapse further, increasing restoration costs.

When water invades an area with wood flooring, some types are more fragile than others. Traditional wooden planks fare the best, while the glue within wooden parquet flooring rapidly disintegrates and leaves a puzzle-like mess. This second type of damage is rarely restorable and instead requires new flooring. Traditional wood flooring needs little restoration work beyond minor sanding and refinishing.

You can reach SERVPRO of Skagit and Island Counties at (360) 873-8744 when you need restoration services that protect your home.

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