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How Can I Perform Storm Floodwater Removal in Lake Nona?

3/1/2022 (Permalink)

cloud to ground lightning in dark sky Storm damage? Our SERVPRO restoration process can provide you with peace of mind after the disaster.

Storm Floodwater Removal in Lake Nona is Easier with Assistance from SERVPRO 

What do I do after the floodwater has deposited sewage and chemicals into my house? How do I get rid of mud and sludge deposits and materials with the ability to contaminate consumable products? How do I prevent the breeding of mold, viruses, and bacteria on wet structures?

SERVPRO has highly trained technicians who can remove storm floodwater in your Lake Nona residence. Our restoration process can provide you with peace of mind after the disaster. It includes the procedures below:

Our SERVPRO technicians can use electric submersible pumps to pump out the floodwater. We remove all the materials that have had contact with the water for cleaning or disposal. This process commences the process of drying and restoring your house to its former state.

Removing Silt, Sludge, and Mud

SERVPRO technicians can remove the silt deposited by floodwater by shoveling it out. Our team can use power washing equipment to remove muck or mud off the exterior of your home. We can also remove sludge or sewage sludge containing solid residues settling from industrial commercial or municipal sewage treatment plants.

Cleaning and Disinfection

Our technicians can clean affected materials and repair or replace those that have undergone damage. We can use disinfectants like formaldehyde to kill microorganisms.

Drying and Lowering Humidity

Our SERVPRO technicians use air movers to blow warm air into damp areas to remove moisture from affected contents and structures. We can lower the humidity in the house by using desiccant dehumidifiers. These dehumidifiers use chemicals with a high affinity for water to absorb moisture from the air to maintain internal conditions at levels unfavorable to microbial growth.

SERVPRO of South Orange County is well-equipped to handle storm flood damage in your home. Contact us at (407) 226-2621. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.

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