Waterbury Disruptions from Water Damage
The Before Photo shows what can happen when groundwater floods the interior of a community center in the Waterbury area of CT. The water is, of course, wet, but it also carries contaminants such as pesticides, chemicals, possible sewage, and organic matter from the outside environment. The goal of SERVPRO is to quickly dispatch technicians to mitigate the damage to the structural elements of the building while reducing the biohazards to zero. The soaked drywall material has been "flood cut" and removed to reduce the contamination and also to increase the drying speed. The testing indicated that it was safe to keep the commercial-grade carpet after disinfecting. We can monitor the process and relocate equipment accordingly, to quickly complete the service. We have the team to rebuild the walls and replace the cove molding to make the flood-damaged area, clean and safe, "Like it never even happened."