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Understanding What a Water Damage Restoration Team Can Do for Your Northampton Home

4/19/2023 (Permalink)

Moisture Meter Having an issue with water damage in your Northampton home. Call SERVPRO for the help you need.

Water Contamination in Northampton Requires Professional Assistance

Water damage can happen unexpectedly as a result of storms or thanks to water leaks coming from the kitchen sink or bathroom. Regardless of its cause, standing water in a home can result in significant damage, especially if left unattended. Your best option to avoid dire consequences is to call upon a reputable team of experts to tackle each aspect of the remediation process with proven techniques and equipment.  

In Northampton, water damage remediation is possible thanks to SERVPRO and our certified team of water restoration technicians. As we arrive at your home, we thoroughly assess the situation and carefully devise a plan to extract water, sanitize and deodorize your home. We use advanced monitoring devices such as infrared moisture meters and hygrometers to identify where water is hiding and the potential damage. Through the process, we inform you of our progress and assist in preserving undamaged items while discarding those damaged beyond repair.

So How Alarmed Should You Be When You Find Water Damage in Your Home? 

All water damage is potentially harmful, but there are two key aspects to consider: how long the water has been sitting there and what type of water it is. To understand the types of water damage, consider the following:

  • Clean water- typically comes from water heaters or a pipe, and its bacteria load is less concerning. 
  • Gray water can come from an appliance such as your washing machine or dishwasher but may contain chemicals and waste.
  • Black water usually comes from outside the home following a storm or a sewage issue. It can require extensive cleanup and remediation.

SERVPRO of Hampshire County is at your service when disaster strikes. Call us at (413) 324-1300. “Like it never even happened.”

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