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How Does Crossville Flood Damage Cleanup Restore Walls?

6/2/2021 (Permalink)

Flood water When flooding damages your home, SERVPRO will be there. We will restore your home to its preloss condition.

Crossville SERVPRO Techs Implement Flood Damage Demolition and Build Back Services

Flood damage is a risk for homeowners living in Crossville or anywhere else in the United States. One disaster, like the 2010 Nashville Flood, is all it takes to cause billions of dollars in damages to homes and their contents.

SERVPRO professionals respond to emergency flood damage removal in Crossville 24/7. This team’s Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) training in flood damage cleanup combines fast-responding service with a consistently high standard of floodwater extraction, sanitation, and debris removal.

SERVPRO’s Flood Damage Build Back Services Save Walls

After extracting moisture and debris, moving home contents offsite for restoration, and sanitizing and drying the affected space, SERVPRO professionals can implement structural repairs. Rebuilding services for Crossville properties include:

  • Demolition of unsalvageable baseboards, sheetrock, and insulation
  • Installation of new drywall
  • Drying and repair of wall studs
  • Application of EPA-registered biocides to control microbes and odors
  • Repainting walls and installation of new baseboards

SERVPRO build back services also include installing new carpet, HVAC restoration, electrical repairs, and temporary roofing repairs. If a Crossville property does not have power after a flood, technicians can deploy power sources and begin cleanup.

SERVPRO of Cumberland, Morgan & White Counties provides Faster to Any Size Disaster services when homeowners call (931) 250-5333.

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