What Should You Do When Water Heaters Leak in Patchogue Homes?
Rapid Water Removal from a Patchogue Utility Room
Home water heaters can fail for a variety of reasons well before their expected ten- to twelve-year lifespan. Corroded anode rods, rusted tanks, and damaged supply lines or valves can all lead to water damage in your home. Without rapid mitigation, basements can become a haven for mold, mildew, odors, and efflorescence that tarnishes structures and eventually permanently damages them.
When your Patchogue home needs water removal after a water heater failure, SERVPRO technicians use their IICRC-accredited training to restore your home to its pre-disaster state. SERVPRO training involves not just understanding water damage and how to fix it, but also how to care for structural materials to maintain their usefulness after a disaster. SERVPRO's moisture measurement tools, such as thermohygrometers and infrared imaging, allow for maximum accuracy in mitigation and restoration by calculating the specific humidity of both surfaces and the air itself.
SERVPRO is Always Ready to Tackle Disasters
It is crucial to save homes, minimize losses, and maximize your home's restoration potential by acting quickly. To this end, SERVPRO has established teams at over 1,700 locations in the United States and Canada. These teams are staffed by residents who are in touch with the needs of the community. Technicians and franchise owners alike receive a thorough education in water damage cleanup, mitigation, and restoration so that homeowners can receive reliable advice for their insurance claims as well as a clean, safe home once more.
SERVPRO's Drying Process
The process for both structural and contents drying involves the use of air movement and dehumidification equipment. These machines work together to pull moisture out of surfaces and isolate that moisture for collection and disposal. However, different types of dehumidification equipment are ideal for different surfaces.
Refrigerant dehumidifiers, for example, are designed to lower relative humidity in the affected area to 40 grains per pound (gpp). Low-grain refrigerant coils can dry structures even further to below 40 gpp. Desiccant dehumidifiers use materials like silica gel to lower relative humidity to single-digit gpp, which can be useful in specialty drying situations.
SERVPRO of Patchogue is ready to leave your property looking, "Like it never even happened." When disaster strikes in your residence, you can call (631) 924-1801.
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