Steps to Take When Your Tuscaloosa Home Floods
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Every water disaster is different, from the amount of water to the level of contamination of the water. Each scenario requires a unique solution, but the general process stays the same. SERVPRO® of Tuscaloosa has 6 steps we follow for any “typical” water damage call. You can check out SERVPRO’s 6 step process here.
If you notice water pooling near your appliance take the time to do these four things:
- Inspect the device (valves, tank, pipes etc.) to visually locate the leak. Dry any damp spots thoroughly and check back in a few hours to see if they are damp again.
- Once it is obvious that the device has a leak, turn off the power source to avoid accidents.
- Call a professional plumbing service fix the leak.
- Call SERVPRO® of Tuscaloosa to help you with experienced drying and clean-up from the leak.
When water damage happens in your Tuscaloosa home, cleaning and drying should be one of your first priorities. Using a professional cleaning and restoration company, such as SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa, you can rest assured the company IIRC-certified and trained in water damage repair and restoration. Restoring your home to its original condition as quickly as possible is our first priority. IIRC is the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration. An IIRC- certified company is trained in the proper steps to dry your home completely which is a preventative step to more damage that can potentially be caused by excessive moisture in your home. If you would like to learn more about microbial growth in your home click here.
SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa has a 24/7 365 Water and Fire damage emergency crews. Call us any day, any time at 205-339-5022. We are faster to any size disaster. If you are still contemplating on whether or not the to have SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa to come check out you house after finding what you thing was a small flood in your dishwasher, take a look at the water damage timeline. SERVPRO's main goal is to restore not replace to make your home look "Like it never even happened."