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How Does SERVPRO Perform Water Removal Services in Frederick?

8/5/2021 (Permalink)

leaking garbage disposal causing water damage in cabinet. Any type or size water damage you have, SERVPRO will work magic and have your home back to preloss condition. Call now!

SERVPRO Experts Employ All Their Resources to Remove Water from Frederick Homes. 

At any time, your Frederick residence could be impacted by a water leak. These leaks may arise from storm damage, pipe network problems, corroded containers, or appliance malfunctions. Regardless of how they start, the effects of these water issues must be dealt with swiftly to mitigate their impact effectively. 

SERVPRO, an emergency water damage services provider, has been helping Frederick homeowners with water removal for more than fifty years. Over this time, our skilled technicians have successfully cleaned up local homes in the aftermath of ceiling leaks, burst pipes, and basement flooding resulting from leaking water tanks, malfunctioning appliances, and other problems.

A few of the cutting edge tools we use to remove water from your home are:

  • Powerful wet vacs and extractors that rapidly pull gallons of standing water from the impacted rooms of your residence
  • Strategically-placed air movers and dehumidifiers that extract excess moisture from interior areas
  • Innovative Injectidry systems that dry difficult-to-access parts of your home
  • A wide array of sophisticated diagnostic tools like moisture sensors, moisture meters, and Thermo hygrometers to effectively locate, gauge, and monitor interior moisture issues. 

As you can see, your neighbors at SERVPRO of Frederick County are well-prepared to complete almost any water removal job you need to have done. So, if you ever need us, call (301) 662-1747.

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