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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Water Damage in Landisville

11/14/2023 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Lancaster East and Southern Lancaster County stopped out to a local home to perform water damage restoration services after the water softener left a substantial leak in the basement.  The standing water had damaged the floors and walls in addition to the furniture and other content in the space.  The homeowner had used SERVPRO before for another property, so he gave us a call to quickly mitigate and dry the affected areas.

Once our water restoration professionals had extracted all of the initial water, our air movers and dehumidifiers were placed throughout the space.  While air movers circulate the air and help to dry particular areas, our dehumidifiers are utilized to remove the excess water from the air until the humidity in the space is reduced to the proper level for the property.  By ensuring proper dehumidification, this helps us to prevent potential mold damage to a structure.  Equipment is set for approximately three days or more if needed.

Using our anti-fungal and anti-microbial solution, our team will clean and disinfect the areas, leaving the property as good as new once we exit the premises!  We also can provide complete content cleaning services as well as storage and disposal for items that have been affected.  Our Reconstruction Department can then provide the finishing touches by restoring what was removed in the process.  This includes the installation of components such as drywall, insulation, trim, floors, and carpets in addition to services such as painting!

SERVPRO of Lancaster East and Southern Lancaster County is prepared to restore properties back to preloss conditions after water damage takes place.  We take pride in making it “Like it never even happened.”

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