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Moving Beyond Water Damage

6/7/2016 (Permalink)

If a Burst Pipe Causes Water Damage to Your Palisades Property, Quickly Call SERVPRO to Restore Your Home.

Call SERVPRO for Water Damage Repair Services In All Areas

If you have discovered Palisades residential water damage in your property, it's understandable to feel overwhelmed. Once water has negatively impacted the condition of your property, you may wonder what it will take to get the damage repaired. By taking the right actions promptly, you may be able to keep damage to a minimum and prevent mold growth from developing.

The most important initial step to take when you discover water in your home is to address the source if possible. For example, if there is a burst pipe causing the leak, you need to turn off the main water valve to the home to stop the water from flowing into the structure. In other cases, such as if the flood is caused by a heavy rainstorm, you may not be able to stop the flow of water. As soon as the storm ends, you can begin the water extraction process. This is a process in which water will be professionally extracted by our skilled technicians at SERVPRO, in an efficient manner. Then, the drying out process will begin with dehumidifying fans. Once the property is completely dry, and the air has returned to a healthy humidity level, we can tackle repairing the water damage to the home.

Each of these steps is vital to the water damage repair process, and the team at SERVPRO of Idaho Falls can help you. As a locally owned firm that specializes in Palisades residential water damage repair, you can rest assured that we have what it takes to get the job done to your satisfaction. If you are ready to move forward with your repair process, call us today at (208) 523-5365.

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