Water Damage Cleanup and Restoration After a Supply Line Is Compromised in Telluride
Imagine your Telluride home in disarray because rodents ate through the supply line allowing water to permeate your walls and structure as in this video. You may not realize that rats and mice can eat through PVC pipes, especially if they are already weakened. Even if you don’t perceive a significant leak, the damage is enough to allow water to trickle constantly and create a suitable environment for mold growth. An accident like this can happen even to the most vigilant homeowners. To compound the issue, if the home is vacant, some time can pass before you discover the damage, giving mold a chance to settle into your home.
This is the scene our SERVPRO team in Telluride walked into, and Edwin shares some of the action steps the team takes to restore the home and protect it from any health effects. Upon arrival, dehumidifiers and air movers help to remove excess moisture. As our team monitors the progress, we place other equipment during the restoration process. Notice that our technicians removed non-salvageable carpets and performed some "flood cuts" on ruined drywall panels. Since both stories in the home show damage, the crew makes use of air scrubbers to help clean the air and make it safe for our technicians and the homeowners to visit at will.
Also essential to a job well done is applying antimicrobial agents to clean up the existing mold and help prevent future growth. Our certified technicians work diligently to return your home to its original condition and avoid any future complications. By combining industry-grade equipment and techniques, we achieve the best results while mitigating your loss. Our crew is ready to apply industry best practices to your home as soon as you call us.
The upkeep of your home is an ongoing task, and SERVPRO of Montrose/Telluride is here to assist. Don’t let an unexpected event ruin your day. As Tyler, our SMR states, give us a call at (970) 240-6970 and let us leave your home “Like it never even happened.”