Flood Damage in Frederick is as Old as its History
For Flood Restoration in Frederick, Call SERVPRO
Founded before the American Revolutionary War, Frederick is an important intersection in the state of Maryland and one of its largest cities. Even when wagons transited the area, flooding was an issue thanks to its proximity to the Monocacy River. Today, ponds, lakes, and artificial bodies of water continue to exist in this important city.
Despite the risk of flood damage in Frederick, the city continued to grow, and today it shows a robust economy. Its location, close to Washington D.C. and Fort Detrick's existence, continues to make it a growing community. Federal government investment and the Riverside Research Park attract a particular set of skills, allowing for the city's gentrification.
Emergency Services and Flood Restoration
As Frederick grows and weather patterns change, the region is frequently susceptible to water damage. Sea-level rise and copious rains leave homeowners with various degrees of damage and in need of water removal services. SERVPRO is ready to provide emergency services when water damage is present in the Frederick community, and all you need to do is call our 24/7 hotline. Our staff is certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) and ready to tackle the toughest jobs, including sewage cleanup and basement flooding.
Water removal services are not enough to complete a full restoration project. Returning a home to pre-flood condition, water extraction, drying, and disinfecting is essential, including specialty drying solutions for priceless items such as documents and photographs. To help you sort through the debris, our SERVPRO staff is available with the latest best practices in the water damage restoration industry, including-
- Application of anti-microbial solutions to thwart the growth of bacteria such as mold.
- Deodorization of your home, including the use of odor counteractant pellets, air purifiers, and ozone generators.
- Water extraction and removal entails pumps and extractors and discarding of items holding polluted water and posing a danger to your home.
It is not uncommon for some areas of the home to be undisturbed while others are exposed to floodwater. Whenever possible, we stage an alternate are or provide move-out services to protect your belongings and make the restoration process more efficient. Throughout the course of our job, we coordinate with repairmen and insurance adjusters as needed, all while documenting our own actions. We utilize the CCIS Content Claims Inventory System to catalog all items we deem salvageable, non-salvageable, and questionable. The final determination is made by the homeowner and the carrier.
SERVPRO of Frederick County is at your service around the clock. When storm damage and flood restoration appears overwhelming just call us at (301) 662-1747 and let us leave your home “Like it never even happened.”