What Is Expected During Water Mitigation for My Martinez Home?
Water losses demand a fast response to resolve most of the damage within the first couple of days, and this involves multiple mitigation tactics.
If you have not needed professional water restoration services in the past for your Martinez home, it is possible that you do not know all of the steps and stages that make up the complete recovery process. Knowing what to expect when you hire professionals to repair and restore your home after an unexpected disaster can ensure that you provide the appropriate space and opportunity for technicians to get the work done as efficiently as possible.
There are many stages of water mitigationfor Martinez homes and businesses, so our professionals work at this phase for an extended period. The objective of mitigation is to reduce the overall loss in the property so the customer does not pay as much for restoration and recovery as they otherwise would. Protecting the property and its contents involves several steps that begin as soon as our professionals arrive at the damaged site. The most general and typical of mitigation solutions include:
- Extraction - Water removal is a fundamental element of mitigation because it eliminates standing water throughout the property using several tools.
- Controlled Demolition - When specific structural elements are too damaged to dry and restore, the only suitable solution that remains is to discard these materials and replace them at a later time.
- Content Management - Protecting your personal belongings is also a vital service during the mitigation phase, so losses do not include irreplaceable possessions and keepsakes.
- Repairs - If the water damage originated from places like your plumbing or sink fixtures, repairs might be necessary during this initial phase of restoration.
- Cleaning – Cleaning takes place during the latter stages of recovery, but there are some steps like debris removal that occur first.
Give our SERVPRO of Columbia County team a call at (706) 868-5441 to start mitigation after a water loss in your home.