We Act Fast In Daytona Beach After A Water Loss
Water Damage Daytona Beach – Moving Furniture
Our homes are full of furniture, Knick knacks, and all of the things we collect in our lives. So when a water leak occurs, these items need to be dried and moved to a dry location to enable drying of the floors and the structure. A water leak can spread water all over the house in a matter of hours, covering the floor, penetrating walls and seeping under cupboards soaking everything on the floor.
SERVPRO provides water damage mitigation, repair, and restoration services in Daytona Beach and the surrounding area. We also have contractor licenses: Mold Remediation: MRSR515 Florida License, Biohazard: 64-64-1785570. Our team is prepared to respond in less than 4 hours on a 24 / 7-day basis. If we can mitigate the water leak and moisture quickly, mold remediation can be avoided.
Moving Furniture to Staging Areas
In situations where the entire floor is wet, the furniture and all of the contents must be dried and moved to a staging area. Staging areas can be other rooms in the house unaffected by the water damage, the garage, or at a SERVPRO facility. Our team dries all of the contents and packs everything in preparation for moving and storage until your home is ready.
Once the rooms to be dried are clear, we can use weighted extractors on carpeting, drying mats on hardwood floors, or vacuum wands on tiled floors to remove all of the water. If water has penetrated the walls, SERVPRO removes the baseboards and drills holes in the walls to drain water and ventilate the area to further dry the cavities inside the walls.
Once humidity levels have returned to normal levels using air movers and dehumidifiers, SERVPRO returns all of the furniture and contents to the home. Everything is placed in their original locations with the help of the owners. We aim to return your home to its original condition, "Like it never even happened."
Call SERVPRO of North Daytona Beach / Ormond Beach at (386) 677-9993 for 24/7 service. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster.
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