How Proactive Measures Can Save Your Fayetteville Home From Damage
Infrastructure Maintenance And Repair (Or The Lack) Can Inflict Flood Damage On Fayetteville Homes
Residents of the historic areas of Fayetteville enjoy gorgeous landscaping and beautifully restored homes. Underground, however, the tidy and well-kept up neighborhoods can show their heritage less pleasantly. Aging water supply and waste lines can expose dwellings to the risk of damage from below. Our crews are familiar with the issue and can help in the event of flooding.
Ironically it is precisely when authorities take steps to bring hundred-plus-year-old utilities into the 21st century that flood damage can become most likely in Fayetteville properties. The intent of working on fragile, rusted pipes is to avoid disaster. That realization does not help when your home is one where the repairs go wrong, sending vast quantities of fresh water, at best, or sewage, at worst, into the lower levels of your home.
This scenario is a genuine crisis, requiring a flood damage remediation company with the speed and the capacity to respond immediately and efficiently to a complicated project. SERVPRO is Faster to Any Size Disaster, fully-equipped service vehicles, and crews at the ready 24/7. Our crews are IICRC trained in a broad range of assessment protocols and restoration techniques, prepared to handle even significantly contaminated flood waters and the challenges of moisture migration throughout the large spaces typical in older Fayetteville homes.
When we arrive, the project manager assesses the category of flood water invading your home. Typically this type of flooding is at least Category 2 and most often Category 3, or black water. The probability of dangerous pathogens in the water is high, meaning SERVPRO must contain the water as evacuated and dispose of it according to local regulations as hazardous waste.
Cellars and basements have many opportunities for flood water to collect and hide in inaccessible areas. Because of the microbial infestation present in gray or black water, it is crucial to open up all areas where moisture moved for draining and removal, and then disinfection with EPA registered products. SERVPRO crews use strategies like flood cuts to release water and provide access for critical cleanup and sanitization. We continuously test and monitor for residual moisture, and use innovative scanning techniques to detect trapped water in cavities.
SERVPRO of Fayetteville / Springdale has the equipment and IICRC certified crews at your service if proactive plans become immediate emergencies. Call us at (479) 888-4350 round the clock for help when your treasured home floods.
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