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How Serious is the Water Mitigation Needed in Morgan Hill After A Clean Water Intrusion?

4/28/2021 (Permalink)

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SERVPRO Helps Plan the Best Water Damage Repairs in Morgan Hill Business Premises

When there is a water spill from a clean source such as a burst pipe, you might consider the loss readily manageable since such water does not soil or contaminate materials and surfaces. However, it is essential to consider serious measures to mitigate the damage.

The main issue you might need to address during water mitigation in your Morgan Hill business premises is interference with your regular routines. If you cannot serve customers or your staff cannot work, the lost revenue can pile up quickly. A professional team from SERVPRO helps expedite water extraction or move contents out of the way, minimizing disruptions.

Clean water may not soil materials, but it is still destructive. Extended exposure leads to the deterioration of materials like plaster, drywall, and even metal. SERVPRO technicians have the necessary equipment, including penetrative moisture testers, to establish the level of exposure. We also tailor the mitigation to match the conditions of the loss. For instance, if there is a wet lath and plaster wall or other low evaporative assemblies, a unique drying approach such as heating the material to help lower vapor pressure over the surface can quicken drying.  

SERVPRO technicians also take steps to lower relative humidity, preventing other issues like rusting and mold in the aftermath of:

SERVPRO of Morgan Hill / Gilroy takes any water mitigation process seriously. Call us at (408) 500-0657.

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