Removing Water With Minor Disruptions
There are two rooms in a Russellville, Hamilton and Fayette home or business that is most likely to experience a water damage: the bathroom and the kitchen. Coincidentally, both of these rooms usually have cabinets and the same issues when the house needs water cleanup services.
When SERVPRO techs handle water removal in homes or businesses, the goal is always to limit disruptions to the home and get the job completed promptly, including leaving structural elements in place such as vanities and cabinets.
Tracking the water damage path within your property is a crucial part of limiting the number of items that require removal during water damage cleanup services. SERVPRO technicians use a myriad of devices and techniques to locate and remove the water in a home. Upon removing the toe kick at the bottom of a cabinet or vanity, the techs can use their detection equipment to determine the moisture level present and if seepage into the subfloor under the cabinet has occurred.
Examples of Water Removal Techniques
- Use of attachments on equipment to get under cabinets when possible
- Drilling weep holes to drain walls that have wicked moisture
- Use of controlled demo when needed to stop the deterioration of an entire wall or ceiling