Can My Home Be Fully Restored After It Floods?
For a Thorough, Professional Response to Your Cutler Bay Home, Call SERVPRO!
When it comes to water damage repair in Cutler Bay, our SERVPRO franchise does more than cleaning off floors, walls, and personal property. We have in-house construction specialists that can perform the tasks needed to rebuild area homes after a water intrusion of any type.
Where Do Your Specialists Start?
Our response team begins by removing the water from Cutler Bay homes. Depending on the amount present, this could take up to several days. Once completed, our construction crews examine every surface that the water covered for damage. Depending on what they find, team members take the following actions:
- Wall Damage – If there is visible crumbling of drywall, construction specialists immediately demolish and remove it. If there are large damp spots, they can attempt to dry them with air movers. After removing every panel that is non-restorable, crew members can quickly install new panels.
- Support Structure Damage – Before hanging new drywall or other paneling, crew members examine the structure behind them. Besides visual inspection, they use a moisture meter to ensure each piece is dry. If there is already water damage from moisture, they can remove and replace each part from simple wall framing to a load-bearing wall structure.
- Flooring – Our construction crew uses the same moisture sensing devices to ensure floorboards and the sub-flooring is in good shape. If there is an issue, they can replace any wood flooring type and demolish and replace the sub-floor structure supporting it.
Is Major Rebuilding All You Can Do?
No, SERVPRO specialists can also paint new walls or hang wallpaper, so your home looks as it did, change the appearance, or even upgrade it.
To schedule a service call, or for more information about what SERVPRO of Cutler Bay can do for your business here or in Cutler Ridge, call us today at (305) 278-8484. We are here to help you get back to business.
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