How Is the Contaminated Flood Water in My Daytona Beach Home Collected and Disposed of Safely?
SERVPRO Can Contain the Extracted Water After Seasonal Flood Damage in Daytona Beach, and Manage the Lawful Discarding for Residential Customers
When substantial seasonal storms hit, they spare no buildings in the Daytona Beach area. Overall damage can make a householder feel like the end of the queue is the best hope, as professionals leap to assist businesses and more significant properties. Our scalable resources permit us to rescue all who suffer from storm-related flooding, safely containing and disposing of flood fluids in every dwelling we service.
How Do Professional Disaster Technicians Respond So Quickly to My Flooding Woes?
As shocking as the flood damage in your Daytona Beach can feel to you, take hope that our training and experience can turn back the page and make it, “Like it never even happened.” As we arrive, we already have on our service vehicle all of the equipment, products, and tools needed to:
- Pump out or extract the water
- Locate water and release or extract hidden in cavities or soaked into structural components
- Contain the collected water
How Does the Contaminated Water Move from My House to the Hazardous Waste Depot?
SERVPRO’s truck-mounted extractors collect the flood water into large tanks, with a potential capacity of more than 100 gallons. Our team is well-versed in local waste disposal, obtaining the needed permissions and documentation that we, as your agents, disposed of the toxic water appropriately.
What Are the Final Tasks Professional Flood Damage Restorers Complete?
After we extract the last of the standing water, we clean the affected surfaces, applying an EPS-registered antimicrobial to inhibit pathogen growth. Then our Applied Structural Drying (ASD) technicians use our commercial-grade air movers and dehumidifiers to facilitate evaporation of the moisture absorbed into the building materials. For every project, residential or commercials, we follow the best practices of the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC).
Believe our promise to help our community members with flood damage of all sizes and severity levels. Call (386) 677-9993 to engage SERVPRO of North Daytona Beach / Ormond Beach for a professional assessment and remediation plan.
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