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Water Removal In Hampton Includes Restoring Paper Documents

6/20/2018 (Permalink)

Water Damage Water Removal In Hampton Includes Restoring Paper Documents Water Damage Restoration for Books and Documents in Hampton Needed? Call SERVPRO

Difficult Water Damage Restoration to Documents May Be Successful

Water flowing into the home can damage carpeting, wall sand flooring. It can also affect valuable documents and books. Calling professionals to dry your important papers such as insurance, birth certificates, and mortgage documents is recommended. They are well trained and skilled and use proper techniques to dry documents in your home, whenever possible.

SERVPRO water removal in Hampton includes restoring and drying documents and electronics when possible. Techs work with homeowners to speed up the process and to determine the best method for drying wet and damaged items. Consulting with property owners is essential because making quick decisions helps minimize the degree of damage to documents. Technicians can prevent further damage to items, but whatever existing damage is present cannot generally be restored. However, contacting professionals may help save vital documents from total loss.
 
Water-damaged books and paper documents will have some degree of damage, which makes it impossible to restore items to their preloss condition. Our restoration process focuses on eliminating additional damage to materials as well as returning them to the best state possible. SERVPRO uses five methods for document drying, air-drying, dehumidification, freezer drying, vacuum freeze-drying and vacuum thermal-drying. Before we select the right method to use, we consider the value of the documents and the level of damage. Lyophilization may be offered as a method to attempt to salvage papers and photographs and books.
 
We also take into account if the water is clean, gray or black and the length of exposure of the documents to moisture. When clean water is the source and if we find paper items within 48 hours, we freeze or dry them. Freezing documents prevents further damage and gives us time to determine the correct drying procedure to use. We keep a complete list of items we remove from the home and encourage homeowners to be there during the inventory and pack-out phase so they can to inform our techs as to which pieces they want us to attempt to restore. Document restoring can be expensive and time-consuming. We explain the cost of each drying method so homeowners can decide if they wish to proceed.
 
Call SERVPRO of The Seacoast at (603) 433-4300 if you need water removal restoration services for paper documents. We are available 24/7.

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Expert Restoration Of Retail Water Damage In Historic Hampton

6/8/2018 (Permalink)

Commercial Expert Restoration Of Retail Water Damage In Historic Hampton The team at SERVPRO is ready to roll to your water damaged building.

When water damage affects your business, call SERVPRO for restoration

Nearly four hundred years after the township’s charter, Hampton remains a vibrant community and beachside destination. Local retailers, restaurants, lodging, and other enterprises depend on both local and visitor traffic daily. Downtime connected to water loss affects business sustainability. Working with an established restoration company eases concerns about permanent damage to the property and business relationships.

Our town is a one-of-a-kind, as is your business situated in a historical Hampton building. Water damage is a challenge wherever it strikes, but when the structural components and contents of affected premises carry the weight of more than a century of tradition everyone stands to lose. Our highly-qualified technicians employ up-to-date methods, equipment, and products to ensure continuity in the community as we restore your business investment.

The water damage in a commercial building can have an immediate cause like broken plumbing, and then reveal longer-term issues found when SERVPRO project managers complete an in-depth assessment. We begin removing water with pumps or industrial-strength wand extractors. As those tasks get underway, our team takes moisture readings of structural elements and scans for hidden recesses that contain water. The data noted helps us determine drying goals and also helps locates spaces where we need to release the water and expose the dampness behind walls, under floors, or above ceilings.

Once the now visible water exits your business's spaces, SERVPRO stages air movers, heaters, and dehumidifiers to regulate moisture. Our crew members use their combines experience and knowledge of typical moisture levels of a broad range of building materials and contents to guide the progress. A balance of temperature, ambient humidity, and air movement comes together to normalize any excess moisture found in your business. We revisit decisions about the spacing and operation intensity of the drying equipment and make our best effort to contain our work so that your business can remain open for commerce or customer services to some degree during restoration.

If the current crisis and vestiges of past water damage remain even partially unresolved, you risk progressive deterioration of supporting structures, fixtures, and decor. Unabated water harm also threatens your commercial property with the possibility of microbial growth, including dry rot of the heirloom floors and woodwork that lend such charm to your retail or other space.

The team at SERVPRO of The Seacoast has years of experience in dealing with water damage in a business setting -- both current and the footprints of former unmitigated water issues. To improve the chance of a successful outcome, contact us at (603) 433-4300 immediately upon discovery of water losses.

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Overcoming Flooding In Your Hampton Finished Basement

6/5/2018 (Permalink)

Storm Damage Overcoming Flooding In Your Hampton Finished Basement After Sandbag Failure Post Flooding in Hampton, Call SERVPRO for Restoration, "Like it never even happened."

Hampton Area Basement Storm Water Intrusion Requires Expert Extraction and Drying--Call SERVPRO

More disasters could adversely affect your Hampton home than many homeowners here take the time to consider. With the right planning and preparations, these potential disasters do not have to be so threatening to your home, though most do not think over the damage that severe weather and water diversion have on their home until this same damage already occurs.

One of the disasters that many homeowners in the area face is the regular threat of flooding from severe weather situations. The basement levels of your home likely got constructed to withstand much of the pressure from external water pooling and underground springs, but when you have water diversion implements fail (or not exist at all), this pressure gets harder and harder to hold back from pushing through the blockwork of your foundation. The ensuing flood damage to your Hampton home likely becomes widespread and challenging to contend with on your own.

Since so many homes in the area have finished basements, the damage is even harder to contain and limit when unabated water pours through cracks and splits in the blockwork. Flooring is often affected the worst by the flooding, though several inches of drywall from this floor towards the ceiling often require removal to both access cavities that need more concentrated cleanup and drying efforts and to replace unsalvageable drywall to complete restoration.

While extraction is a critical component of our restoration process, of equal importance, is our drying efforts. This approach typically utilizes air movers and dehumidifiers, though sometimes specialized equipment like drying mats and our injectidry system are a requirement to penetrate moist or damp areas inaccessible to conventional tools thoroughly. Blockwork hollow cells often contain hidden pockets of water or moisture that must be extracted.

The more that you know about your house, the better prepared you can be for storms that are persistently a threat throughout the area. Trust our SERVPRO of The Seacoast flood restoration specialists to help you overcome the water damage and return your home to its original condition. Give us a call 24/7 at (603) 433-4300.

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Misconceptions About Mold Growth In Your Exeter Home

5/30/2018 (Permalink)

Mold Remediation Misconceptions About Mold Growth In Your Exeter Home For mold spores to thrive, they only require persistent moisture or dampness as well as warmer temperatures.

Misconceptions About Mold Growth

Many Exeter homeowners do not fully understand mold spores and their behavior, so in turn, they also do not fully understand the ease with which these spores can seat and colonize in a home. While better appreciating the risks to your home, you can better prepare against potential risks, but there are some circumstances like fungal growth that can strike and grow unnoticed for some time if traffic through the area is not high.

Mistakenly, many homeowners have thought that the presence of mold could get attributed to the cleanliness of a home, but this is not the case. For mold spores (which naturally occur in the environment indoors and outside of your house) to thrive, they only require persistent moisture or dampness as well as warmer temperatures. With these rudimentary conditions that many houses already meet throughout multiple time periods of the year, your Exeter home remains at risk for developing mold damage.

Fortunately, our SERVPRO technicians work to keep the situation contained as much as possible from the moment that we arrive at your home. While the initial inspection is a critical element all on its own, preventing the spread of active spores to new areas of your property is a high priority. Our equipment can do much of this job on its own, though air circulation appliances like a heater or AC unit must get shut down for the remediation process.

The SERVPRO professionals assigned to your homework to remove the present mold colonies quickly, but simultaneously seek out the cause of the damage. Preventing this dampness and moisture is paramount to keeping mold from growing a short period after removal again. This process could improve small repairs to areas of your home. For more substantial fixes and reconstruction efforts, you must seek out the expertise of a residential contractor.

It might not be simple to eliminate mold from your life, but with our SERVPRO of The Seacoast team of remediation specialists, you no longer have to suffer its presence. Call SERVPRO anytime at (603) 433-4300.

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After Fire Damage Scathes Your Greenland Home's Garage, Restoring It Protects Your Property

5/18/2018 (Permalink)

Fire Damage After Fire Damage Scathes Your Greenland Home's Garage, Restoring It Protects Your Property We have the training, experience, and equipment to restore the fire damage done to your home and garage.

SERVPRO is The Answer When it Comes to Greenland Fire Damage Restoration 

Many things can catch fire or start one around your home in Greenland. The same situation exists in your garage. The addition of cans of oil, motor fluids, and other flammable liquids adds to the severity often experienced in a fire.

Blazes affecting residences in Greenland often cause extensive fire damage. The structural damage can include lapses in security. Door locks made of plastic components can easily melt during the fire. Glass windows often break. Because the doors and windows are keeping intruders out, as well as providing protection from heat, cold, rain, and pests, no longer function like they should, your property's security disappears.

Restoring your property can take time. SERVPRO's team covers fire damaged homes, garages, and sheds with heavy-duty tarps to keep the rain out, but this does little to protect against other invasive entities. We can install temporary fencing to keep intruders at bay, as well as discuss installing new locks on your doors. Because drying out your property from the firefighters' hoses must also happen, boarding up your windows might become counterproductive. We can discuss options with you, such as storing your more valuable items at our secure, off-site facilities.

Placing your belongings in a secure area can keep them protected, plus provide us the space needed during restorative work. Materials and equipment both take up space, so freeing up space lets us work more efficiently. In short, this can mean we finish faster and with better results. Once we complete the work and do the final walk-through with you, we can then return your property to you so you can place it back in your garage.

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SERVPRO of The Seacoast serves Exeter, Portsmouth, and Hampton, also, when disasters involving fire damage affects those in our community. Call us at our local number, (603) 433-4300, for professional restoration experts. We can help make things "Like it never even happened" once again, especially where it matters most.

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Overflowing Tub Can Cause Water Damage In Your Exeter Home

5/9/2018 (Permalink)

Water Damage Overflowing Tub Can Cause Water Damage In Your Exeter Home Water Damage from a Bathtub in Exeter? Don't Paws, Call SERVPRO for Cleanup and Removal

SERVPRO Can Mitigate Damage with Rapid Water Removal

An overflowing bathtub is a common cause of water damage in many Exeter homes. If this happens to you, calling a professional to handle the job is advised. We are highly skilled and trained and have the expertise to correct the problem properly. Typically, one of the main issues to cope with when a tub overflows is damaged flooring. If it is not handled promptly and if the right methods are not applied, floor tile can become permanently damaged, which can be extremely expensive to replace.
 
SERVPRO technicians arrive at your Exeter residence for water removal within a few hours after you give us a call. You can expect our crew to have the necessary equipment and to be well prepared to secure and restore the water damaged areas in your home. First, the excess water on the bathroom floor is extracted by specialized vacuums and pumps, if needed.
 
Secondly, the technicians check the subflooring for moisture. Generally, floor tiles are waterproof, but water can seep in and around grout lines or fixture seals. Our technicians can dry the subfloor from underneath to preserve the tiles and to ensure dryness. However, if this is not possible, the technicians may have to remove the tiles. Trapped moisture can cause flooring to buckle or warp and can cause mold to develop, which is why our technicians dry the tile and subflooring completely.
 
Our SERVPRO team can place industrial-grade axial fans and air movers in the right position to cover all angles in the affected area and to pull the moisture from the flooring and subflooring. In addition to drying the floor and subflooring, our technicians check the affected ceiling for any signs of water damage.
 
The ceiling below the tub and walls are also part of the cleaning and restoration process in your home. The technician uses specialized equipment to dry the ceiling and walls. You can trust us to remove all moisture from the ceiling so that the ceiling does not sag. When we are done, you can trust your bathroom to be restored and your ceiling, walls, and floor to be structurally sound. When needed, we can puncture weep holes into the ceiling material to release water if the volume is that large. Typically, this results in a partial, controlled demolition to remove the non-salvageable ceiling panels.
 
You can reach our SERVPRO of The Seacoast branch at (603) 433-4300. Contact us right away if you experience any type of water damage issue in your home such as an overflowing bathtub.

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Keep Your Schedule With Water Damage Restoration Services For Your Exeter Venue

4/24/2018 (Permalink)

Commercial Keep Your Schedule With Water Damage Restoration Services For Your Exeter Venue Our experienced technicians have gotten uniquely trained to handle all manner of water damages that could affect your property.

Water Damage Restoration Services

Venues and event centers are prevalent all throughout Exeter and its surrounding areas, primarily because people always want a dedicated location to host large parties, events and celebrations. As an owner of a business like this, your primary focus is keeping the facilities in top form for the next rental group that happens to get scheduled. An unexpected water emergency could significantly derail your profits and your reputation if you are not handling it promptly and professionally.

The trouble with running an event venue is that you cannot always account for the activities or the responsibility level of those who rent your space. This risk is one that is typical of every owner of a business like this, but one fundamental mistake could leave your Exeter venue with substantial water damage. If you have hopes of preventing last-minute cancelations of your scheduled parties and events, you need to react to the problem quickly and with the professional assistance of SERVPRO.

Our experienced technicians have gotten uniquely trained to handle all manner of water damages that could affect your property, from the latest equipment to make the process more efficient to the current strategies that work best in the restoration world. Our restoration process begins with an inspection of the entire affected area to better familiarize the team, and you the business owner, with what has to happen to remedy the damages.

In many cases, drying is the most crucial component to restoring water damages, and our SERVPRO professionals can accomplish this step in a few different ways. Typically, the drying occurs with combined use of air movers and dehumidification equipment, though specialized tools like our drying mats for flooring or injectidry system for inside walls could also get implemented in this process.

Running a venue in the area is only successful when you can continue to meet the needs of the client base you have without compromise. This fact requires you to seek professional restoration, like what our experienced technicians at SERVPRO of The Seacoast provide, for any water damages you face. If you are looking at effects from a recent water emergency on your property, give us a call today at (603) 433-4300.

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The Need for Deodorization in Your Greenland Home Following Fire Damages

4/15/2018 (Permalink)

Fire Damage The Need for Deodorization in Your Greenland Home Following Fire Damages Fire damage can leave behind smells that are not pleasant. Contact SERVPRO to deodorize your property after a fire.

SERVPRO Technicians Understand That Remediating Fire Damage Includes Combating Odors Left Behind

While no one likes to think about unfortunate events like fires occurring in their Greenland homes, knowing what to do when a disaster like this strikes is critical to overcoming the damage and moving on with your life. While many might consider the damage from smaller fires to be something that they can repair on their own, there are several reasons why choosing a professional restoration outfit is always a better decision to make.
 
Fire damage to your Greenland home might present itself in several different ways, but none of them are going to be easy to live with and work around. This reality makes a fire in your home something that is difficult to move on from and move forward, which leaves you struggling to restore the damages that you discover, and possibly unaware of the full extent of the devastation that the recent fire left behind.
 
The initial inspection that takes place from our SERVPRO professionals can help our team (and you the homeowner) to better understand the full scope of the damage that your home faces. This process also helps our technicians to design a specific plan to combat these effects from the fire and to work towards making your life at home comfortable again as quickly as possible.
 
Symptoms such as noxious odors often get addressed first because they pose some of the most considerable threats to living in a home after a recent fire. These lingering foul smells can get combatted with the use of thermal foggers. The dense chemical compound in our foggers engages the scent lingering in the affected areas of your home on a molecular level, effectively neutralizing them on contact. After this process has occurred, the area is left without a scent at all and can get tailored to the liking of the homeowner.
 
Deodorization might be a small piece of the restoration process for you to know and appreciate, but it is something that is a typical thorn in the side of homeowners recovering from a recent fire in their house. For this and every aspect of restoring your home from the fire damages that it suffered, call SERVPRO of The Seacoast. You can reach our experienced restoration technicians anytime at (603) 433-4300.
 
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Appliance Caused Flood Damage In Hampton

4/6/2018 (Permalink)

Water Damage Appliance Caused Flood Damage In Hampton Don't wait until it's too late to restore your laundry room from flood damage! Call the pros at SERVPRO of The Seacoast!

Appliance Malfunction in Hampton Homes Can Result in Flood Damage

Sometimes when it gets freezing outside in Hampton, pipes freeze and break. Cold weather also possibly effects appliances. In some properties, the washer and dryer are in the garage or a laundry room that is not insulated as well as the rest of your home. When the temperature outside drops below freezing water inside a washing machine or a joint at the valve sometimes breaks allowing water to affect the area.

Water filling into your laundry room is a problem that requires quick mitigation so that mold growth does not occur. SERVPRO's flood damage experts in Hampton have experience in dealing with appliance-caused issues. First, the washing machine gets turned off and fixed so that water does not continue to leak out of it.

Next, all of the appliances in the room including the washing machine either get moved or placed onto foam blocks. Then, extraction occurs as we use our equipment to vacuum up any water in the area. If the water is deep, a sump pump gets used to suck up the standing water. Other times, we use either a truck-mounted or portable extractor with a specialized tool to extract water from furniture or flooring.

After we pull all of the moisture out of the floor and contents, we begin the structural drying phase. SERVPRO's restoration technicians first use their sensors and meters to see where moisture is present in the laundry room. Then, we set up air movers and dehumidifiers to dry out any water present within a 48-hour period to inhibit any mold growth.

After our technicians are comfortable with the humidity and moisture levels inside your laundry room, we complete a final cleaning and deodorization phase. We make sure any affected materials that possibly cause foul odors get removed. We use multiple chemicals and methods whenever we attempt to remove any pungent smells.


Our technicians have a plethora of chemicals that fight smells in many different ways. Some chemicals absorb odor-causing particles while others mask them with better-smelling aromas. For professional assistance with deodorization of your home, call SERVPRO of at 24 hours a day and seven days a week.

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Understanding the Factors Affecting Restoration of Your Hampton Home After Flood Damage

3/31/2018 (Permalink)

Storm Damage Understanding the Factors Affecting Restoration of Your Hampton Home After Flood Damage Flooding can be overwhelming to you and your family. Have SERVPRO on speed dial to arrive quickly after a storm and begin the drying process.

Team SERVPRO Has Drying Out Your Home After a Storm Down to a Science

Flood damage due to heavy rains, storms or any other natural cause can have a devastating impact on your Hampton home. The floodwater can enter your home and damage the aesthetics, even the structural integrity.

SERVPRO professionals can help you restore your flood-damaged Hampton home in no time. However, the success rate and the time required for the restoration depends on several factors. Our IICRC certified technicians use a multifaceted approach to eliminate the water and the residual moisture and prevent any significant damage to your home. Here are a few factors that affect the restorability of your home after a flood damage incidence.

The amount of flood water involved
One of the first factors dictating the restorability is the amount of water involved. Understandably, the more water involved, the more time it is going to take to remove it. It is crucial to remove the stagnant water from the property, but it is equally important to eliminate the excess residual moisture as well. SERVPRO professionals use state-of-the-art equipment to eliminate this moisture and prevent any secondary damage after a flood.

The standing water is removed using equipment called extractors. They are available in multiple sizes from truck-mounted to hand-held. The extractors pump out the liquid water in no time, but they can not eliminate the residual moisture from the air; that job is done by the dehumidifiers.

The dehumidifiers are equipment that can remove excess water vapor from the air. SERVPRO technicians use this equipment to dry the air and prevent secondary damage such as mold growth.

The humidity and temperature
Both the humidity and the temperature play a crucial role in the drying process. A combination of high temperature and a low humidity works the best for efficient drying. The ideal temperature to promote faster drying and hence faster restoration is around 70 to 80 degrees. The ideal humidity, on the other hand, is below 40%.
If both the temperature and humidity conditions are met, drying occurs at a faster rate and restoration takes less time.

Call SERVPRO of The Seacoast at (603) 433-4300 today to schedule an appointment with one of our restoration experts.
 
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