ServiceMaster Disaster Restoration And Recovery
Water is probably the most common cause of home damage because it can come from so many sources. A leaking pipe, sewage backup, flood, or even too much rain too quickly can send your home or business’ moisture levels sky high. The longer it sits, the more it will spread and rot away building materials, so call ServiceMaster Restoration and Recovery at the first sign of excess water in your home or business in San Mateo, CA. We’ll stop the water from spreading further and repair or restore the damage that’s already been done.
Our professionals have experience doing water damage restoration projects in commercial and residential settings of all sizes. We use only the best equipment in the industry, like dehumidifiers, air movers, and hydroxyl technology to remove water and moisture from the air, building materials, and furnishings. ServiceMaster Restoration and Recovery also offers content cleaning and pack-outs, carpet cleaning, and upholstery cleaning.
If you have water damage in your home or business in San Mateo, CA, there are important things you should and should not do:
- Do turn off the power to the affected area and leave it off until the water has been removed. We can arrange for the power to be turned back on.
- Do move valuables, heirlooms, and sentimental items to a safe place. They could become damaged during the restoration process, or fall in the water.
- Do make sure the source of the water is repaired as quickly as possible. It makes no sense to clean up water damage if it’s going to happen again right away.
- Do not throw away any part that led to the water damage, such as a broken pipe. Your insurance company may need to see it.
- Do not force open doors or drawers that are stuck. Excess moisture causes wood to swell and forcing them will cause further damage.
- Do not ignore water damage; this is one problem that will not go away on its own.
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Contact Service Master 24 hours a day at (415) 805-9699 for water damage restoration in San Mateo, CA, and the surrounding areas.
Sewage Cleanup in San Mateo, CA
Flooding due to sewage causes the same problems but is highly dangerous because it can contain biohazards like hepatitis and E. coli. It isn’t a mess you want to clean, nor should you. The safest thing to do if you have flooding due to sewage is to call the experts at ServiceMaster Restoration and Recovery. We are specially trained to deal with biohazards and have the equipment and protective gear to safely clean sewage from your home or business in San Mateo, CA, remove odors and make sure it’s safe for you to return.
Sewer water flows back into the house due to a problem with the drainage pipe. Drainage pipes are broken due to various impacts, possibly due to being hit by heavy objects or by overflowing sand and soil, blocking the manhole, hindering the unclogging of wastewater, and making them unable to escape. In addition, the amount of sewage stagnant in the sewer when it encounters the push pressure from the new water line will be stressed and pushed back against the water flow, causing the phenomenon of wastewater to flow back into the house. ServiceMaster DRR offers timely sewage backup cleanup to residential homes and commercial businesses that have suffered water damage. Our trained specialists will not only remove the access water with the help of modern drying equipment such as special air movers and dehumidifiers but will also skillfully repair any inflicted damage and dispose of the waste materials. What is more, we will do whatever it takes to prevent secondary structural damage.
Contact Service Master for Emergency Water Damage Restoration in San Mateo, CA
Water damage won’t dry up and go away on its own, so call the professionals at ServiceMaster Restoration and Recovery at (408) 457-0633, 24/7 if you find water damage in your home or business in San Mateo, CA, no matter the size. We provide complete water restoration service in San Mateo, CA and we’ll work with your insurance company.