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SERVPRO Offers Efficient Water Damage Repair in Morgan Hill

5/18/2023 (Permalink)

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Morgan Hill Residents Trust SERVPRO with Water Damage Repair of their Flooded Homes  

The aftermath of a storm can be overwhelming and stressful for homeowners, but you can take steps to mitigate the damage and begin the recovery process. Hiring professional restorers like SERVPRO for water damage repair of your Morgan Hill home is one step in the right direction. 

SERVPRO’s water damage repair service in Morgan Hill homes begins as soon as our technicians arrive. After conducting a thorough inspection and assessing the extent of the damage, the techs create a detailed mitigation plan. Once the standing water is pumped out of the structure, the priority is to dry the building as quickly as possible. 

How SERVPRO Techs Speed Up Water Damage Restoration?

SERVPRO techs establish drying zones where they control the humidity, airflow, and temperature to speed up the restoration process. A drying zone is created by sealing off openings between the affected and unaffected areas of the structure, either by closing the doors or erecting plastic sheeting. Creating such zones allows the SERVPRO techs to focus their equipment’s efforts. 

To further optimize the efficiency of the drying efforts, techs designate the water-damaged environments into four classes:

  • Class 1: It is a situation where porous wet materials represent less than 5% of the total affected area. 
  • Class 2: This area has significant water absorption and evaporation load. Porous materials represent ~5% to ~40% of the total affected area. 
  • Class 3: Represents a situation where wet porous materials represent over 40% of the total affected area.
  • Class 4: Water has intruded into low-evaporation materials like plaster, wood, and concrete. 

Once the SERVPRO techs assess the extent of the storm damage, they use a combination of dehumidifiers, air movers, and heaters to create ideal drying environments.  

Call SERVPRO of Morgan Hill / Gilroy at (408) 500-0657 for fast and efficient service. 

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