Is Water Ruining the Grout in Your Little Rock Home?
Little Rock's Water Damage Technicians Discuss Methods Used During Restoration
Anytime water finds its way into your Little Rock residence many of your building materials and structural components can get ruined. Once a pipe breaks or appliances malfunction inside your home water damage can occur that you may not notice right away. Moisture follows gravity and usually heads down, but it can soak into materials and seep into cracks and cause problems you may not be able to see. For example, sometimes moisture can seep into the grout in between tiles or get behind them and cause the wood that the tiles are attached to get wet. Anytime organic materials inside a building suffer from water damage, the environment lends itself to the possibility of mold if the substances stay wet for too long.
Mold only needs moisture, an organic food source, the right temperature and enough time to form and cause more problems to your building materials, which is why during any water damage scenario in Little Rock our SERVPRO technicians provide fast 24/7 service. We know that the faster we can remove the moisture from your home, the less likely secondary problems such as mold can occur. We are available any time of the day, and conveniently located so that we can respond and begin mitigating your problems right away.
Our highly trained team at SERVPRO knows where to look to find the water leaks that are not readily noticeable. We can use our advanced technology including specialized moisture sensors to figure out all of the places moisture has gone. Once we determine which building materials and contents inside your home got affected, we can then devise a plan to remove moisture from your structure quickly.
Depending on which things got wet, we use a variety of industrially advanced equipment. During most scenarios, we use a combination of dehumidifiers and air movers to dry out structural components rapidly. In cases where materials like hardwood floors or drywall get wet, we can use things like drying mats and injectidry systems to remove moisture from the materials. If you ever have a water leak occur at your residence, call SERVPRO of Central Little Rock / Cammack Village at (501) 217-8723 24/7.
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