If you have a fire or water emergency, please call us now at (706) 868-5441

To have the optimal experience while using this site, you will need to update your browser. You may want to try one of the following alternatives:

Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Emergency Water Damage Relief in Evans SERVPRO®

10/1/2021 (Permalink)

SERVPRO crew member in black shirt and black baseball cap bending down to set air moving equipment after a water damage. SERVPRO® crews aim to be as less invasive as possible during the drying process. Our Injectidry systems help to dry behind sheetrock and baseboards.

Suspicious of a Water Leak? What to Look For

In an emergency water damage situation, first stop the leak! Our SERVPRO® of Columbia County crews can then help extract standing water in your Evans home and help identify the location and source of your water leak. Water leaks can come from under stink piping, loose pipe fittings, or from more obvious signs of water damage such as toilet, tub, and sink overflows, burst water heaters, and more. If you are suspicious, you have a water leak, you can identify common water damage signs through the following:

  • Wood rot
  • Buckling floors
  • Dampness
  • Visible Mold
  • Musty Odors
  • Standing water in your crawlspace

SERVPRO® Process for Emergency Water Damage Cleanup

1 Hour: Within 1 hour of notice of your loss, SERVPRO® of Columbia County crews will mobilize to help you during your emergency.

4 Hours: Within 4 hours of a notice of your loss, SERVPRO® of Columbia County crews will arrive on-site to begin mitigation services. Reacting quickly to the first sign of a water loss is important to minimizing what could be costly damages.

8 Hours: With 8 hours of on-site arrival time, our crews will perform a verbal briefing of the scope and will communicate to correct on-sit contacts and your insurance adjuster the status.

Performing Quality Control of the SERVPRO® Process

Our crews will help identify the source of moisture in your home. For restoration work to begin, we must first help stop the source and check for contaminated water. Additionally, crews will help to properly restore your home after being able to quickly identify the type of water affecting your home. For example, categories of clean, gray and black water all have different levels of response protocols. Our protocols are industry standard, although our thoroughness, professionalism, and communication with you and your adjuster make SERVPRO® of Columbia County a premier provider of restoration services.

Need Water Damage Help immediately?

Our teams can help your through what can be an overwhelming process. Call our office for more information and to learn more about the next steps for our water loss restoration process at 706-868-5441.

Other News

View Recent Posts