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How bad could water damage be? When Water Attacks: a SERVPRO of Western Dutchess County story

3/19/2019 (Permalink)

Once the heat was fixed, this once-frozen insulation became a nasty waterfall.

You're enjoying a well-deserved tropical vacation when you get a call from a relative checking on your home….it's 10 degrees there, pipes in your attic have burst and what seems like your entire home has water damage from top to bottom.

It's not just a wet floor that will dry, WATER DOES THE MOST DAMAGE and will find whatever way it needs to get out. Insulation, sheet rock, everything gets soaked and then gravity and weight take over. Before you realize it, every surface, every item, just about everything you have has some sort of debris, dust, moisture, bits of sheet rock and insulation on it.

This type of damage needs to be remedied quickly before secondary issues arise. Heating/plumbing systems fixed, everything needs to be dried out from floors to walls to ceilings, including removal of the damaged areas. Personal items and contents must be relocated elsewhere, cleaned and stored, and then reconstruction can start.

Thankfully, SERVPRO of Western Dutchess County was able to start remediation services right away and the homeowner will be able to resume their vacation very soon. We’re with you every step of the process, to make it better than new, to make it "Like it never even happened."

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