How Burlington Homeowners Fix Wet Basements with Water Restoration
SERVPRO Technicians’ Water Restoration Techniques Preserve Damaged Burlington Basements
Burlington homeowners have a bevy of options for water damage prevention that include smart landscaping and drainage, water-resistant sealants, and more. However, these efforts may not always be sufficient for preventing small, long-lasting pipe leaks that allow mold and moisture to eat away at basement sheetrock, insulation, and wall supports.
Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) certified SERVPRO technicians provide water restoration that revitalizes Burlington homes after basement water damage occurs. SERVPRO training prepares technicians, staff, and franchise owners with extensive knowledge of emergency water damage mitigation and related cleanup processes.
Burlington SERVPRO Basement Water Restoration Restores Damaged Walls
SERVPRO basement cleanup is a comprehensive process that includes such services as:
- Sanitizing surfaces with EPA-registered biocides, which can be applied manually, with extractors, or fogged
- Demolishing unsalvageable water-damaged or mold-affected sheetrock and insulation. Nonporous insulation, like fiberglass, can often be restored and re-implemented after water damage
- Drying wet wall cavities after demolition with centrifugal air movers and industrial-grade low-grain refrigerant or desiccant dehumidifiers
- Installing, repairing, and repainting basement sheetrock after remediation to return the space to a pre-disaster state
- Cleaning and sealing services to remove and prevent concrete efflorescence on basement floors
After cleanup, SERVPRO Odor Control Technicians can treat basement water damage odors with water- or solvent-based deodorizers that can be deployed with ultra-low volume foggers. Duct cleaning and sanitation can also address the spread of moisture odors.
SERVPRO of Bristol can be reached at (860) 582-3330 to provide mitigation that makes basements feel “Like it never even happened.”