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Our Team Has The Experience And Skills To Restore Your Crestview-Area Home

10/24/2019 (Permalink)

air movers and dehumidifier on job site We use our dehumidifiers and air movers as part of our drying process after water damage strikes a property. Call us right away we are available 24/7.

Repairing Portions of a Damaged Crestview-Area Bathroom

Once you have experienced a substantial water loss incident in one of the bathrooms of your Crestview, Defuniak Springs, and Chipley home, you can quickly notice how easily nearby construction materials suffer the damage. Baseboards can be a fine line of defense to reduce the exposure of your drywall, but they can quickly become compromised as well with higher porosity. You might have to replace these materials once you’ve addressed any lingering water loss effects.

A primary focus should be water removal in Santa Rosa Beach homes if that process has not already started. While you might have water-resistant elements like the flooring in your bathroom, exposure to fixtures like the vanity, shelving, baseboards, and drywall all remain susceptible to the damaging effects of absorption. Our SERVPRO professionals have many extraction tools to choose from to find the ideal machine for the situation, and because of the confined space, likely opt for similar removal approaches to what homeowners might already use with wet-vacs and extraction wands.

Drying the area is another area where professional restoration approaches can excel and better protect exposed materials and fixtures. With our rapid drying solutions like our air movers and desiccant dehumidifiers, our drying zone established with 6mil plastic sheeting and our advanced equipment can drop moisture content levels below acceptable parameters quickly. Homeowners still must address the effect that standing water had on fixtures like the vanity and baseboards, however.

If the drywall shows no signs of water damage, you only want to remove the baseboard and replace this trim. This removal can get done without much construction and building trades expertise, and all you need initially to remove these damaged trim pieces is a putty knife. Jam the flat blade behind the baseboard and pry outwards to remove the finishing nails from the drywall. Continue down the line until you have removed the entire piece. You are now ready for reinstallation if you determine that no water damage or moisture exists in the drywall behind the trim.

Our SERVPRO of Crestview, Defuniak Springs, and Chipley team has experience and skills with nearly every aspect of restoration and recovery of your home following water losses. If you want to make it “Like it never even happened.” fast and efficiently, you should trust our crew. Give us a call today at (850) 267-0746.

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