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Restoring Your Home After Storm Damage

6/4/2020 (Permalink)

Fallen tree on top of roof When storm damage happens you need help from the professionals at SERVPRO South & West Spokane County.

Damage to your roof, flooding in your basement, and fallen trees over cars or  backyard structures are just a few of the ways storm damage could be impacting your life right now. When you are facing intense repairs like this, it is best to leave your home and call a team like SERVPRO in to provide you with fast, reliable help. What needs to be done?

Securing Your Home Immediately

When there is significant structural damage that puts your home at risk, the first step in storm damage restoration is to stop the problem from worsening. This may mean tarping the roof until repairs can happen. It may mean stopping the water from flowing into the home if possible.

Removing the Damage

The next step is to remove all of the damaged material. This should be done by a professional to ensure you are not putting yourself at risk. Wet material can be heavy and dangerous to move on your own. Once all material is removed, the drying process is necessary. Specialized equipment is required for fast and complete drying.

Restoring the Structure

Once this work is done, your team will work to make necessary repairs, including repairing flooring, drywall, painting, and cleanup as needed. The steps taken all depend on the type and amount of work you need to repair. A customized plan will address every one of your areas of concern.

Work with a Team You Can Trust

When it comes to storm damage, having a team of professionals you can trust is everything. At SERVPRO of South & West Spokane County we are ready to help you with storm damage anytime 24-hours a day. Just call us. We’ll be there.

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