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Does Water Intrusion Disappear by Itself in my Palm Beach Home?

6/18/2020 (Permalink)

flooding in home Enacting water restoration early on can help you to avoid further costs in the future.

Without Addressing the Root Cause of a Water Issue, your Palm Beach Home Can Continue to Sustain Harm

How long should I wait before calling professional restorers?

A water issue in your property is only going to get worse without professional intervention from a certified Palm Beach restorer. Property restoration can seem like an inconvenience to your everyday life, often causing homeowners to avoid the problem or hope it disappears by itself. In our experience, minor property leakages can undergo quick restoration causing minimum inconvenience to the homeowner. However, a long-term water exposure issue can cause structural harm or mold infestation and could force a temporary move out. SERVPRO can reduce future losses in your home by performing timely mitigation and restoration.

How can I dry beneath a wet carpet?

Carpet cleaning is a common requirement when using water damage restoration services here in Palm Beach. Sometimes it can be time-consuming to lift a carpet from the floor altogether because it requires moving furniture and other items out of the affected area. One workaround for dealing with wet carpets is to float the carpet. Floating a carpet involves detaching it from the seams and baseboard before placing the supply of an air-mover beneath the carpet. Centrifugal air-movers are powerful enough to circulate warm, dry air beneath the carpet, restoring the underside and the subfloor below. If possible, SERVPRO technicians use carpet floating to reduce the inconvenience to a homeowner as well as the overall time-frame of restoration.

What restoration is available for wet carpets?

    •    Removal, disposal, and replacement of a damp carpet pad
    •    Thorough drying and pre-conditioning of the carpet fibers
    •    Buffering to return carpet fibers to their preloss condition

Enacting water restoration early on can help you to avoid further costs in the future. Contact SERVPRO of Lake Worth at (561) 588-9777.

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