What Should I Do When I Return Home to Standing Water in My Basement?
SERVPRO Can Help with Efficient Water Removal Tools and Drying Equipment to Help Your Columbia Falls Home.
Finding standing water in any part of your home can be devastating and overwhelming, especially when you are not sure where to begin with restoration and recovery. While many might seek to reach out to their insurance companies, there are many reasons that it might benefit you to seek our SERVPRO team first.
When you need water removal in your Columbia Falls home, many property owners have trusted the fast and reliable response of our technicians. We keep ready trailers stocked with premier restoration equipment and tools to efficiently manage standing water beginning as soon as we arrive at your damaged residence. Between our commitment to accomplishing restoration projects quickly and our premier equipment for water removal and drying, we can make it “Like it never even happened.”
What Should I Expect from Restoration Professionals After a Water Loss?
- Fast Response
- Trained and Knowledgeable Experts
- Content Recovery and Management
What Tools Work Best to Remove Surface Water in My Home?
The right tool is critical to providing a fast and efficient extraction in your house after water losses. While we have many machines that can do the job, some of the most common include:
- Wet Vacuums – Runs on electricity and has high portability. It can get used as a continual extraction tool or spot removal with the built-in storage tank.
- Truck-Mounted Extractors – These are the most powerful removal tools in our arsenal, capable of reaching a consistent 300 psi extraction rate. These tools are ideal for substantial water losses spread throughout a large open area.
- Submersible Pumps – Sump pumps are the backbone of our extraction efforts, as they can work to remove water from basements quickly with a long discharge line.
Come home to a flooded basement? Our SERVPRO of Flathead County team can help when you call (406) 300-0435.
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