Is Storm Damage Reversible In My Cleburne Home?
A Professional Restoration Team can Help Restore Your Cleburne Home After a Storm
With hurricane season upon us, intense storms have already visited the Cleburne area, leaving us vulnerable to their effects. Sizeable downpours can threaten your home by allowing water into the house and leaving a trail of debris in its wake. Rather than despair, enlist the help of a reputable company to assess the impact and develop a plan to restore your home as soon as possible.
Cleburne residents facing water damage due to a storm can call SERVPRO for assistance. Our team is available 24/7 as soon as the area is safe to transit, and we bring our expertise and industrial-grade equipment to help your house feel like your home again. Acting quickly and decisively is essential in thwarting further damage to your home. The longer your walls, furniture, and personal belongings sit underwater, the lesser the chance for you to salvage them. Enrolling our crew into your post-storm plans can save you time and money in the long run.
Do I need to dispose of all my personal property after a storm?
Our SERVPRO team can help you remove or salvage items depending on the damage they present and their characteristics. More porous surfaces such as carpets may need to be removed, whereas natural stone and wood flooring may be salvaged, Your home's specific circumstances will guide our decision-making.
Aside from looking at the inside of your home, our team also looks at its foundation and structural elements. The crawl space is of particular interest as it may become a problem if water remains in it. To this end, our SERVPRO crew takes the following steps to protect your crawl space:
• Pump out water using submersible pumps if possible
• Set up air movers to encourage evaporation
• Add a vapor barrier for further protection of your home
SERVPRO of Crowley & South Johnson County is at your service when disaster strikes. Call us at (817) 297-8588 and let our team come to you and leave your home “Like it never even happened.”