Exeter Floor Damaged by Water
The water ran along and covered the engineered, laminated flooring in this Exeter home. Though clean water, posing no threat to the health and safety of the residents, it absorbed into the cellulose-based floor planks and began to warp. The problem, moisture retention, soaked down into the concrete pad necessitating slow drying to standard levels. SERVPRO technicians understand the importance of preventing degradation to the concrete, the basis of the home's construction. The furnishings are set on foam blocks to protect the wooden legs from splitting and soaking in unwanted water. The strategic placement of air movers and dehumidifiers can restore these rooms to a preloss condition regarding water damage and excess moisture retention, then ready for a new floor.