Who Can Help Me Remove Floodwater from My Kalispell Home?
Kalispell Residents Can Count on SERVPRO to Remove Floodwater from Their Homes
Copious rain can wreak havoc on a whole community. The force of the water of an overflowing creek or river can be devastating and can erase everything in its path. However, less intense storms can also cause damage that is less devastating but still disruptive to daily life. When your home fills with outside water, calling a professional group for remediation services is your best option.
In Kalispell, neighbors with flood damage to their homes can call our SERVPRO crew for assistance. As soon as the area is safe to enter, we can dress in personal protective equipment and assess the extent of the damage to your home. Throughout the process, we document each step and can share our documentation with you should it be helpful in the insurance claim process.
What should I know about the dangers of floodwater?
Our SERPVRO team knows how to handle water damage to many levels. Some water events involve clean water in your home, which requires extraction and drying services. However, floodwater, or black water, requires specific treatment due to the bacteria it brings into your home. When we develop an action plan, we take into account their characteristics and how vulnerable they are to the damage. Deciding which items to salvage and which pose a health threat is part of the process as well. At its most basic level, the restoration process after storm waters damage your home includes-
- Water extraction- pumps, air circulators, and dehumidifiers all assist in restoring moisture levels
- Disinfecting and sanitizing- we apply cleaning solutions that kill and remove bacteria from your home
- Removal of items such as upholstered furniture, carpet, and other porous materials could become a health hazard in time
Our community knows that SERVPRO of Flathead County is here to help. A call to (406) 300-0435 gives you access to our knowledge and expertise, and we use it to protect your home. Together, we can leave it "Like it never even happened."
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