How Water Effects Your Rogers Home
Water can create serious problems for your Rogers home, and time only intensifies it. Every issue involves time and money for the homeowner. To solve the problem and ensure the house is correct structurally and safe to live in contact SERVPRO of Springdale North, Southwest Benton County If your Rogers home experiences water damage, here’s what happens from a long-term leak, burst pipe, or flood.
Minutes after the event. Water spreads contaminates as it infiltrates your home, room by room. Carpet, carpet pad and furniture become soaked and water wicks up drywall from the floor like a sponge.
Within hours, humidity levels rise, and pungent odors are noticeable. Insulation in walls and floors my become effected. Water soaked furniture begins to swell and fabrics will bleed or become discolored
Days after the event. Fungi and mold start growing. Solid wood structural components begins to warp. Wood floors are usually ruined by this time. Paint may blister. Wallpaper may begin peeling. Wood structural components may begin swelling or split.
Weeks. Homes exposed to standing water for weeks, will have more widespread issues. These may include mold. Homes that deal with heavy long-term water exposure may need to have all the flooring, cabinets, insulation, and sheetrock removed and replaced.
Reconstruction after water damage may include replacing floors, molding, insulation, drywall and cabinets. Structural elements may need to be replaced. If the home is gutted and reconstruction is necessary, the costs can be overwhelming.
SERVPRO of Springdale North, Southwest Benton County should be your first choice for any residential or commercial restoration. Our team of professionals is trained to assess the damage, identify potential threats, respond quickly to extract the water and restore your property to preloss condition. SERVPRO of Springdale North, Southwest Benton County is available 24/7 by calling 479-419-5544.