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SERVPRO Offers Premier Water Damage Restoration in Staten Island

2/6/2023 (Permalink)

submersible pump SERVPRO techs swiftly extract pooling water and dry out your Staten Island dwelling--"Like it never even happened."

SERVPRO’s Fast and Efficient Service Saves Staten Island Homes from Water Damage

Water damage to your Statin Island home can be devastating, whether from a ceiling leak, burst pipes, or faulty plumbing. It is essential to act quickly to prevent further damage and restore your property to its preloss condition.

Restorers like SERVPRO use advanced technology and equipment to ensure that water damage to your Staten Island home is brought under control before it causes a lasting impact. Our IICRC-certified techs remove the standing water from your property as soon as possible, followed by drying out the structure.  

Type of Water Extraction Equipment We Use During Water Clean Up

Several types of water extraction equipment are available to remove the standing water from your flooded home. However, it is crucial to use the right kind of equipment for the best results. Depending on factors like how much water is present and from where it needs to be extracted, SERVPRO techs use the following water extraction equipment-

  • Portable extractors are small, compact machines that SERVPRO techs can quickly move to the affected area. These extractors work on electricity and are ideal when removing small amounts of water.
  • Truck-mounted extractors are Large machines mounted on a truck and can handle high volumes of water removal and operate on fuel from the truck.
  • Submersible pumps are designed for use in flooded basements and other deep-standing water areas that need a higher vertical lift.
  • Trash pumps are heavy-duty pumps designed specifically to remove water from large areas containing a lot of floating debris and sediment.

Deep Extraction Tools

Once the techs remove the standing water, they use deep extraction tools to remove water absorbed into the carpets. These devices squeeze the carpet and pad to extract the absorbed water and accelerate drying.

Call SERVPRO of Northern Staten Island at (718) 750-9455; We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.

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