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Why It's Important to Immediately Mitigate Water Damage

10/17/2018 (Permalink)

No matter the time, our techs at SERVPRO of Catawba County West are always ready to respond to water damage!

This is a revision/update of this 2015 blog post.

Water damage is a profound problem that can negatively impact your home or business. However, many property owners don’t have the experience or knowledge to know how to properly handle it. But a quick response at the onset of any water damage plays an important role in mitigating the impact.

Why Is it Important to Quickly Respond to Water Damage?

Your home’s water damage might seem minor at first, but it can quickly become a progressive problem. After the initial damage has set in, the issue can become worse as water seeps into your home and begins to wick up your walls, floors, and possessions. In addition, water will eventually become contaminated and become more difficult and time-consuming to clean and dry. If that wasn’t enough, your home will then also become highly susceptible to mold growth, which thrives in moist environments. But if an immediate response is issued, the above problems will be milder or nonexistent altogether.

The Importance of Emergency Water Damage Restoration Services

Water damage can result in a plethora of problems. But because disaster has no sense of time, it can—and likely will—strike when it’s least convenient for you. That’s why even when you call at 3 a.m. on Thanksgiving morning, our techs at SERVPRO of Catawba County West will answer your call and issue an immediate response. The longer your water damage is left to sit, the more damage your property will likely have. Emergency restoration services are always available with us because they give you a peace of mind and help protect your home or business.

The Water Damage Restoration Process

SERVPRO of Catawba County West follows a specific protocol for water damage restoration. We first extract any standing water still in your property, then we dry out the affected areas to reduce moisture and minimize the threat of mold growth. Throughout this entire process, we will protect your home and belongings from any additional damage. Once it’s all said and done, it will look “Like it never even happened.”

So if you have water damage in the Hickory, NC area—no matter the day or time—call SERVPRO of Catawba County West at (828) 322-4400!

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