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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Water Cleanup - an Essential Response for Plainfield Facilities

3/14/2023 (Permalink)

Water on Commercial Floor SERVPRO gives you access to expertly trained water remediation specialists that put vast resources and years of experience to work for you.

SERVPRO Has a Full-Range of Water Cleanup Services

The skilled management of facilities with large populations in Plainfield (such as hospitals, prisons, and schools) requires preparation for possible disasters. SERVPRO is always nearby and available for water cleanup after an emergency. Ensuring the continued operations of facilities like yours keeps our community strong and resilient.

SERVPRO's extensive experience with disastrous events and emergencies qualifies us to assist facilities in Plainfield with our water cleanup services.

For a facility to return to normal operations after a water-related disaster, SERVPRO offers these inter-related services:

  • Physical repairs
  • Extraction
  • Disinfection
  • Moisture control

Repair work might involve only your facility's plumbing, such as installing new pipe sections, joints, or valves. Other times, we have seen situations that required repairs to roofing. Regardless of the need, we can make the repairs for you.

SERVPRO always arrives with the equipment to handle water intrusions of any depth. If standing water exists, we begin with our submersible pumps, which are capable of handling solids and other pollutants. For smaller amounts of water, we use attached extraction wands. When concrete is damp, we use heaters, air movers, and desiccant machines to get the moisture out of the building's structure and the indoor air.

Contaminated water requires disinfectant measures, and SERVPRO handles this, also. Dirty water can come from many sources, including standing, stagnant water that was once clean.

The last step involves measuring the air for excessive humidity. We take such readings several times while we work and record each reading. Readings are taken in various locations, but each location's history is included in our data. These records help us to provide better services when we return later for any follow-up work, especially if dampness is a problem. Damp air can affect many things. Restoring normal humidity levels can resolve any problems.

Call SERVPRO of Hendricks County at (317) 838-0100 for discreet, professional assistance with your next disaster.

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