Recent Water Damage Posts
Fixture Wear Can Lead to Water Damage in Your Little Rock Home
It doesn't take long for a hidden leak to create major water damage. Inspect your home often for signs of moisture.
Little Rock Properties Often Suffer Water Problems from Failed Plumbing
While there are countless ways that water can negatively impact your home, few people tend to think of something as simple as a broken fixture in their Little Rock residence. Something as fundamental as a broken faucet or connection to the plumbing underneath a sink or leading to a shower could result in damages. These kinds of problems out of their line of sight are out of mind until a problem appears.
By the time that these fixtures fail in your Little Rock home, water damages could result. Even a fast reaction time on your part to cut the water supply could still impact all of the rooms adjacent to the walls housing the plumbing. Even if you are not aware of where exactly the leak has occurred, you can trust that our experienced SERVPRO professionals can identify the problem and how to restore the damage that it caused.
Our SERVPRO technicians arrive at your home to work immediately on assessing the full scope of the damage and the equipment that we need to fix the problem you face. Extraction is often a large part of this process, especially in areas where substantial water damage has occurred. While hard flooring surfaces are ideal for using our wet-vacs and portable pumps, sometimes specialized equipment like weighted extractors are necessary for carpeted areas that get impacted by the spread of the water.
Drying the area is a critical step for our SERVPRO technicians. While air movers and dehumidification equipment work to remove the moisture from open areas affected, our injectidry system moves air through the wall cavity where the plumbing problem has gotten repaired to eliminate any lingering dampness or moisture in these areas. This process also helps to prevent dormant mold spores from developing into significant and damaging colonies.
There are plenty of ways that water and the resulting damage can affect your home, but no matter the reason, having the right team of professionals can make all the difference in how smoothly the restoration goes. Trust our experienced team at SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock to help you with any water damage your home faces. We are available 24/7 by calling (501) 803-9700.
How Can Homeowners Handle Water Removal in Little Rock?
Water damage can lead to mold damage. Call SERVPRO at the first sign of moisture to ensure your home is dry!
Water Removal in Little Rock Requires Special Equipment and Tools That Only Professional Restorers like SERVPRO Have the Skill to Use
Inadequate water removal can cause mold growth and odors within 48 hours. If restoration is delayed for several days, you can incur heavy losses and irreversible damage. It is vital to involve reliable restorers like SERVPRO within 24 hours after the unfortunate incident.
At SERVPRO, we have a team of technicians with specialized skills and equipment necessary to handle water removal in Little Rock homes without causing more damage. We conduct accurate testing to determine how water traveled in the property and where moisture could be hiding. We perform effective restoration by doing the following:
- Using appropriate techniques to promote effective drying.
- Removing contaminated materials.
- Use of antimicrobial products.
If you recently experienced one of these incidents on your property, it is essential to involve professional restorers for thorough water removal behind drywall and other hard-to-confined areas.
Our SERVPRO restorers can use low-grain refrigerants to dry the area to a lower humidity ratio. The equipment ensures to raise the rate of evaporation, leading to drying even in confined spaces. We can use non-penetrating moisture meters to ensure the property is dry and ready to be occupied.
When water damage occurs in your property, fight the interest of conducting water removal yourself. Instead, contact SERVPRO of Little Rock at (501) 803-9700 for 24/7 water removal. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.
Can a Slow Leak Cause Long-term Damage to a Little Rock Home?
SERVPRO has the tools to handle any scope of water loss event you may incur. Call us today!
SERVPRO is the Water Mitigation Expert for Little Rock Residents
A slow leak in a home may seem like a benign problem. However, these issues can have severe consequences without the correct assessment and intervention. Slow leaks can often occur behind walls or fittings. As time passes, moisture's presence begins to cause odor problems as bacteria and fungi settle on wet surfaces.
We can assist with:
- Water cleanup
- Water remediation
- Ceiling leaks
By enlisting professionals for water mitigation in your Little Rock home, you can significantly reduce long-term damages. SERVPRO technicians have a range of equipment for monitoring and measuring moisture problems in the house. Using advanced drying equipment, our team can produce a positive result for your home and prevent secondary damages.
- Cavity drying equipment allows warm air circulation into wall cavities and can reduce hidden moisture damage.
- Anti-microbial chemicals and biocides help prevent the buildup of bacteria and microorganisms.
- Technicians are experts at removing and replacing wet insulation or drywall at residential properties.
If you notice the signs of water damage in your home, it is vital to bring in an expert. Contact SERVPRO of Little Rock for water mitigation services at (501) 803-9700.
SERVPRO Delivers Professional Water Restoration Services to Little Rock
We have the equipment and training to restore your home to pre-damage condition after water damage strikes.
Water Restoration is Available 24/7 in Little Rock From SERVPRO
Little Rock has a rich history, and surprisingly, the number one point of interest is not a monument, museum, or plaque; it is the Little Rock Central High School (LRCHS). This school was the starting point of forced desegregation of public schools after the United States Supreme Court ruled in 1957 that segregation was unlawful and unconstitutional. The school is located at the corner of Park Street and the renamed Daisy L Gatson Bates Drive.
Central High School opened in 1869 after the former public school, the Sherman School, a school that operated out of a wooden shack-like structure, got replaced due to Little Rock's growth. Because Sherman could no longer accommodate the number of students, a larger school needed to be built. The structure got updated in 1927 in the Gothic Revival Style, and the building received praise as the largest and most expensive high school in the United States. The four statues placed around the interest represent the four pillars of successful education and are:
Daisy Gatson-Bates in Little Rock
Daisy Bates was a central figure in the integration of Little Rock schools. She was born in the southern part of the state and later relocated to Little Rock as a young woman. Raised by her mother's family's close friend, they told her mother died, and her father abandoned her. She eventually reconnected with her father, who told her not to fill herself with anger concerning her mother's death but rather turn her energy towards helping people move forward and live peacefully together in Little Rock. This led to Daisy getting elected as the President of the Arkansas NAACP branches. She turned her focus on education and the need for students of all ethnic backgrounds to attend school together, and she heralded the integration of Central High School in the late 1950s.
Do Little Rock Homeowners Need Professional Water Restoration After Water Tank Leaks?
There can be multiple issues that require professional water restoration services in Little Rock properties after a water tank leak.
There are a few things the determine how much of a problem exists in the home after this type of water damage, such as:
- The location of the tank
- How much water dispersed into the home
- The amount of time that passed before the cleanup began
If the tank is in an upstairs utility room, SERVPRO techs need to address water between floors in the floor joists and possible ceiling issues below. The average tank in a home is 30 to 55 gallons, and that is a tremendous amount of water released in a home requiring multiple extraction units for removal.
SERVPRO of Little Rock at (501) 803-9700 serves the local Little Rock area for all types of professional water restoration. The techs arrive quickly and make the water damage, “Like it never even happened.”
A Cantrell Christmas is Happening this Year in Little Rock, AR
Enjoy the Holiday Lights and leave the water damage cleanup in your Little Rock home to SERVPRO!
Little Rock Residents – Time to Enjoy the Lights and a Visit with Santa Claus this December
Taking place every Friday and Saturday through the month of December and into the first weekend in January, you have a chance to experience A Cantrell Christmas. All you have to do is get in your vehicle and take a drive into the light portal on Cantrell Road that brings you to the destination at the North Pole. You will meet memorable characters along the way, have a sip of cocoa with Mrs. Claus, and even have your picture taken with the big guy himself – Santa Claus. This is an excellent opportunity for some shopping and enjoying a bit of holiday cheer this season – all while enjoying safe social distancing practices.
- Date: Saturday, December 26th, 2020 (followed by Jan 1st and 2nd, 2021)
- Time: 6 pm to 9 pm
- Location: 19921 Cantrell Road, Little Rock, AR
- Cost: $25 per vehicle
Keeping up with the holiday spirit is critical for our local community. SERVPRO of Little Rock is here to support the community, especially when disasters strike. If you have any standing water in your home, look to us for prompt water extraction so that we can restore your interior to preloss condition. Call us at (501) 803-9700, and we send out a crew to get to work within a couple of hours.
Explore The World Right Here In Little Rock With A Virtual Race
SERVPRO is looking forward to the virtual races that will occur in Little Rock!
Get Fit And See More Of The World At Any Time In Little Rock
Have you ever considered a half marathon, a marathon, or a 5K? Now is your chance to challenge yourself and become a medal winner, with a virtual race courtesy of The Best Races.
The Best Races offers innovative virtual races. You get allocated a country (which could be anywhere in the world) and will receive an online pack about your destination.
You will receive:
- A virtual fun pack with highlights and information about your country
- A commemorative postcard from your virtual location
- The chance to log your results online and even meet other runners through the virtual runners' pen pal program
The next race takes place at Big Dam Bridge on 5 December. You can choose any time between 10 AM and 10 PM.
Thankfully Big Dam Bridge is a safe site – however, there is always a flooding risk in local homes in the winter, from burst pipes or inclement weather. SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock is here for the local community. If you need water damage companies nearby, call us at (501) 803-9700.
What Types of Little Rock Home Disasters Need Professional Water Cleanup?
SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock at (501) 803-9700 is ready 24/7 to assist local properties with any size or type of water cleanup.
SERVPRO techs have the resources and experience to handle any size water cleanup in Little Rock properties
When you think of a Little Rock home that needs restoration services after water damage, you might envision standing water in every room or a waterfall coming out of a ceiling. However, many of the assistance calls from property owners bring in SERVPRO to have an inch or less of water. The issue is that the water migrates under floors, within walls, and between levels in the floor joists. All of these areas need a proper extract, and drying or costly secondary issues to deal with, such as mold infestation and foul odors, can move in and become a bigger problem than the water.
What Can Happen If I Postpone Water Cleanup in My Home?
When your Little Rock property needs water cleanup, bringing in a professional restoration services company increases the chances for a favorable outcome. Many homeowners make the mistake of
• Blotting up water
• Running fans for days
• Spraying bleach and water on surfaces after they feel dry
And they assume the water spill situation got handled. That is where the problems can begin, and these secondary issues can be far more costly for a homeowner as they arrive in the form of mold, foul odors, and structural damage.
The major problem with DIY cleanup up water in a home is that it is nearly impossible to successfully extract it all without the use of detection equipment to locate it and extraction equipment. Water migrates rapidly within a structure, and gravity pulls it down through the path of least resistance. Water can:
• Run into subfloor
• Seep under tiles and delaminate them
• Get absorbed into carpet and padding
• Wick into sheetrock and ruin it
• Wind up between stories in a home within the floor joists
What is the Difference in a Water Loss that Just Happened and One that Waits for Removal?
Holding off on calling SERVPRO for professional restoration services is a mistake. Water ages and degrades rapidly, and after 48 hours, the water requires handling as a biohazard. This is immediately true in cases where the water may contain chemicals or sewage. It is vital always to begin the cleanup efforts as rapidly as possible to avoid this scenario.
What are the Signs I Still Have Water in My Home?
A noticeable musty odor can be a giveaway; some part of the loss area retained moisture. Mold can develop and spread under floors and behind walls for a long time before it gets seen. The colonies often give themselves away with the stains or discoloration on walls or ceilings.
SERVPRO techs use their advanced equipment to locate and trace the migration paths within the home. It is also useful for pinpointing areas that may support mold colonies so actions can get taken to eradicate them or prevent them from being a problem through the use of proactive applications such as antimicrobial cleaning agents and sealants used on areas where the techs performed abatement.
Can Carpets or Upholstered Furnishings Survive Water Damage?
SERVPRO techs inspect each item in the loss area for restoration potential through their cleaning methods. If the cleanup begins rapidly enough and the carpet fibers do not show signs of bleeding or shrinkage, there is potential for restoring it. The same goes for area rugs, although sometimes they need to get sent for in-plant cleaning and drying. Washable slipcovers on furniture and pillowcases can get renewed through the use of the Esporta Washing System and come out with zero signs of the former water stains or spots.
The extraction equipment the techs use is the key to lessening drying times. It is not uncommon for techs to do several dry passes over the loss area to ensure that the maximum amount of moisture got removed.
Staying Within the Scope of Coverage
When SERVPRO techs take on the task of cleaning up a home with a water loss, they also communicate with both the homeowner and insurance adjuster. Nothing gets disposed of without approval, and before restoration actions get taken, the techs verify that the work is under the scope of coverage. The early attention to establishing measures that are covered eliminates the possibility of property owners getting hit with unexpected out-of-pocket expenses related to the restoration.
SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock at (501) 803-9700 is ready 24/7 to assist local properties with any size or type of water cleanup. The certified technicians arrive quickly and return your home to its preloss condition.
The HVAC System In My Little Rock Home Office Leaked – Can Important Documents Be Saved?
Let SERVPRO handle the good and bad with your home office water damage.
Advanced Technology Allows SERVPRO Technicians in Little Rock to Restore Specialty Items
Little Rock is home to a multitude of home offices. These office spaces have file cabinets, bookshelves, and desks holding all types of necessary documents and papers. At any given time you could walk in and discover a water leak has caused problems. Everything on your desk looks like a soggy mess where the HVAC leak dripped onto it.
Is There a Method for Restoring Paperwork?
Whether it is your work at home office or one you use for the family business, the paperwork involved is equally essential. If water damage in your Little Rock residence has affected books and paperwork, you need to act swiftly when it comes to calling in professional help. When these types of objects become wet, they deteriorate rapidly. Our technicians work with you in determining what you want to be saved and what has suffered irreparable damage.
What are the Restoration Methods?
One of the key things to grasp is that water-damaged books and documents are not entirely restored to preloss condition. But there are situations where they can get cleaned so the information is not lost and they are usable. For office paperwork, this can be invaluable when it comes to sensitive information. Books that are costly or have an emotional value may be salvageable even though physical evidence of water damage is present. SERVPRO staff uses five methods for document drying:
- Air Drying
- Freezer Drying
- Vacuum freeze-drying
- Vacuum thermal drying
How Do You Determine What Can Be Restored?
Many factors determine the correct drying method for the documents in question. The monetary value, the extent of the damage, and how long it was exposed to the moisture are some of the concerns. The type of water has an impact as well. Damage from clean water is going to be easier to mitigate than from black water. The process of sublimation is often involved. Sublimation is when a solid gets directly turned into vapor without going through the liquid state. Some methods cost more than others, and this can be a factor in determining whether or not the document is worth saving. Document restoration is not something that happens immediately; it takes time and patience.
What is the Restoration Process?
SERVPRO’s experts create an inventory of everything getting removed from when the pack-out begins. Paper items do not get restored on-site. The customer needs to be available when the inventory is performed to determine what is most critical to dry. Others steps involved include:
- Storing the wet books and documents in a freezer facility. This stops the damage from getting worse.
- Determining what drying process works best for each item.
- Gamma irradiation technology for sterilizing materials exposed to contaminants.
- Digitizing your documents, so a digital copy is available.
- Securing your items in our facility managed by HIPPA Master-certified technicians, under 24/7 surveillance.
- Deodorizing and rejacketing if necessary.
- Keeping a log of where we place each item in case access is needed by the client.
What About Electronics?
In any home today, you can find a plethora of electronic devices. If your computer or similar device has been water damaged, do not attempt to turn it on to see if it has been affected. SERVPRO is concerned first and foremost about safety. Our team makes sure no safety hazards exist. All electric devices should be unplugged. If the item contains backup batters, fuses or trip breakers they need disconnected or removed.
A qualified electronics restoration vendor should be brought in to determine if the item is in working condition. In the meantime, our crews remove the item from the affected area, if possible, to keep further damage from occurring. If the item is not movable, we use plastic coverings and temperature control to provide protection.
Can You Repair My HVAC System?
We understand any type of water intrusion can throw you off balance. If your HVAC system is the problem, we can clean and inspect it visually. The technicians scope out the problem and trace water migration to find any source of hidden moisture. We inspect the ductwork and can clean it of debris with our equipment. For significant repairs, a professional tradesman should be called in.
Water Damage Pros
Documents are not the only thing affected if your HVAC system has leaked. Carpets, furniture, walls, and ceilings are often impacted too. Our Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) certified technicians can access the damage and provide cleanup, repair, and restoration services to leave your office, “Like it never even happened.” We may not be able to make your books, photos, and documents look like they previously did, but we can give you back your office.
There is no need to hire several companies to do one cleanup job. Our experienced crew can meet your water restoration needs. Give SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock a call at (501) 803-9700 for professional water damage service.
Does Water Damage Go Away on Its Own in Little Rock?
Water losses can be a destructive force, but our SERVPRO team can help with direct strategies to dry out even challenging places in your home.
Water Damage In Little Rock
Moisture damage you cannot see in your Little Rock home can become a concentration point for microbial and bacterial activities.
Many steps must be taken to restore a Little Rock home after a water loss incident, which could mean basic needs like drying and extraction to more sophisticated strategies. In addition to the actions that constitute thorough restoration approaches, technicians must also address the growing demand for cleanliness and sanitization in the average home and protect exposed structural elements from irreparable damages.
Cleaning and drying up water damage in your Little Rock home begins with the surface water that you can see. With extraction and drying approaches, standing water and damp materials can often get recovered. Flooring can often be a challenging material to restore. However, with the right technique happening as soon as our technicians arrive, we can usually remove trapped water with tools like drying mats and carpet wands. Preventing moisture from reaching the subflooring or lingering in structural cavities is vital for protecting more of the construction materials in the house.
Is It Possible to Dry Saturated Drywall?
Wall systems can present problems of their own for water-damaged properties. Water along the base of a wall can penetrate the porous drywall and begin wicking up the surface to impact several feet of the material's bottom. Not only can prolonged saturation of this construction element destroy the drywall, but it can allow water to pass through into the structural cavity of the wall system. The farther from the surface, the more challenging that removing moisture and trapped water becomes. Some tools can help with this venture, including:
• Positive Pressure Systems
• Air Movers
• Desiccant Dehumidifiers
Water losses can be a destructive force, but our SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock team can help with direct strategies to dry out even challenging places in your home. Give us a call anytime you need us at (501) 803-9700.
What Are the Best Drying Tools for a Water-Damaged House in Little Rock?
“Like it never even happened.”
Our Professionals Have Premier Extraction and Drying Tools for Your Little Rock Residence
Cleaning up after a water loss is not always as straightforward as it should be. Standing water can especially create concerns for the house by moving debris and soils from one area to another. Restoring damaged areas first begins with thorough extraction and drying of the exposed materials and regions of your Little Rock property, which involves the premier tools and equipment in our inventory.
Choosing professional restoration and water cleanup for Little Rock homes can have our SERVPRO team arriving shortly after you discover a disaster. We strive to mobilize to a damaged address within hours of the first notice of loss, helping us to manage mitigation better and do more to reduce losses and protect the structural integrity and contents of your residence.
When Do I Need Professional Restoration Services?
Few instances are strictly superficial and easily managed by the homeowner. Because water continues to move after the disaster, saturation and moisture damage can affect areas and materials far from the origin point. Knowing when you need professional services can help you to get this process started as soon as possible to better prevent irreparable damages in the house. Some of the clear indicators that you need professional restorers are:
• Standing Water – When water pools on surfaces like the floors of your home, this can be a clear indicator that you need professional services like extraction. We have efficient tools to help in this regard, including submersible pumps and wet vacuums.
• Structural Damage – Identifying structural deterioration and damages can also indicate a pressing need for professional restoration. Drying up saturated materials promptly can reduce how widespread and destructive water damage can become.
• Water Migration – The movement of water throughout the damaged area that you can see is often only part of the damage that exists. Migration of water damages can happen beyond the surfaces of materials, making it critical to identify where moisture is and the appropriate drying techniques.
What is the Best Tool for Drying My House?
Drying your home often falls to a highly productive type of tool in our inventory – the air mover. This high-velocity fan directs airflow at damaged materials and moist environments. By introducing heated air into damp spaces and against saturated materials, we can promote evaporation and restore your house more efficiently. There are multiple models and types of air movers in our inventory, and some of these include:
• Axial – Axial units are designed to help remove the moisture in an open area or several surfaces and contents simultaneously. These are the larger and more productive of the two primary types, as axials have a more powerful output. Consequently, these units require more electricity to function.
• Centrifugal – These types of air movers focus on specific damaged areas of a saturated material inside of your home. By directing a concentrated blast of warm air on a specific point of a surface, we can expedite the evaporation process to promote faster and more thorough drying.
• Low-Profile – Low profile centrifugal units have multiple purposes throughout your house when drying is necessary. These tools get used in carpet floating and are ideal for drying underneath permanent structural fixtures.
What Special Tools Might Be Necessary to Dry My House?
While there are traditional drying tools that get used on almost every recovery job, our SERVPRO team also can benefit from the use of specialty drying equipment that can be beneficial for specific circumstances. Some of the unique machines and tools used in drying your home include:
• Carpet Wands – Removing water from carpeted floors is one of the first steps in successfully drying and preventing reinstallation. These attachments connect with truck-mount pumps and other extractors as the motor for the water removal.
• Positive Pressure Systems – By infusing a damaged wall with multiple hoses where heated blasts of air can evaporate trapped moisture, we can reduce the need for controlled demolition or full-scale reconstruction.
• Portable Electric Heaters – By modifying the overall temperature in a damaged area, our professionals can make drying more efficient and productive.
How Do SERVPRO Technicians Know When the Job Is Done?
One of the methods of determining when the restoration has been successful is using moisture detection tools to identify existing moisture and dampness pockets. When these cannot get located in the previously damaged areas, we can feel confident in turning the property back over to you.
No matter how severe and threatening water losses can be for your home, our SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock team can help with a fast response and cutting-edge equipment. Give us a call anytime that you need us at (501) 803-9700.
How Do I Get Water Out of My Little Rock Kitchen?
When you are surprised by water damage in the morning as you are getting ready to go to work, please remember that SERVPRO is waiting to help you out.
Bring in a SERVPRO Water Removal Team to preserve your Little Rock home
The water line leading into your refrigerator broke down about 12:30 am on Saturday. You didn’t notice it, of course, until you got up for coffee eight hours later. Then you feel it between your toes as you splash your way around, trying to find the leak and turn off the water.
What are Water Removal Technicians going to do when they get here?
First, they are going to isolate the leak and turn it off or block it if you have not been able to do so. Next, team members use a pump or an extractor for physical water removal from your Little Rock kitchen, depending on how deep it might be. Once they accomplish that, other team members use tools like long-handled squeegees to push any trace water off the surface, allowing natural evaporation to begin, releasing water into the air.
Next, one of our technicians performs a visual inspection and uses a thermal camera to examine the sub-floor. She does this to determine a couple of key issues:
- Is there a crack or split in the kitchen flooring?
- If yes, did it allow water to spill into the sub-floor area?
If the answer is yes to either question, our technicians can take positive action. Each team has the skills to make repairs to linoleum and other floor coverings, or remove and replace damaged flooring so it looks exactly as before, or better than it was before the spill. Before replacement, they go into the sub-floor and use commercial grade water pumps with flexible hoses to remove water.
Once everything is back in place, SERVPRO technicians then place a humidifier in the kitchen. This device draws the excess water in the air and off surfaces to lower the interior humidity and completely return the home to its normal condition.
Our water removal team at SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock is prepared 24/7 to return every home to a dry, safe condition here and in our nearby communities of Gibson, Ferndale, and Maumelle. Call our office today at (501) 803-9700 to develop a restoration plan for your home.
Click here for more information about Little Rock.
SERVPRO Can Save the Carpeting in Your Little Rock Home from Water Damage
Call SERVPRO for safe and proper water removal and remediation in your Little Rock home.
Call SERVPRO when You Need Swift Water Removal from Your Little Rock Home
The carpeting throughout your home is often a significant investment, so you want to protect it, whatever the cost. If you get hit with water damage on some level, it is best to leap into action as quickly as possible to start the cleanup and drying process. Failing to act fast enough can lead to a total loss that could have otherwise been avoided.
If you are faced with water damage in Little Rock and your carpet is affected, SERVPRO comes to the rescue. We come to your home to perform an assessment, which includes considering a variety of factors. Our skilled technicians look at:
- The type of water present: clean water, gray water, or black water
- The length of time that the carpeting has been exposed to water
- The length of time prior to the commencement of cleanup
- The potential for any chemicals or sewage present in the water
- Whether or not there were any cleanup actions taken before SERVPRO technicians arrived on the scene
Limit Water Loss with Proper Extraction
Salvaging carpeting and padding is frequently more manageable when the water loss in your home is from clean water. Additionally, the best results often stem from a situation where cleanup actions were set into motion in less than 24 hours of the water loss event. After you pass the 48-hour mark, the water begins to degrade into black water, which is often filled with harmful bacteria. If this happens, all of the carpeting and padding must be removed and disposed of correctly as it is then a biohazard.
Do You Need a Pack Out?
In order for SERVPRO technicians to use our weighted extractor equipment, we must remove any furnishings resting on the carpet. We thoroughly inspect each piece to determine restoration needs and then relocate to a secure area until water cleanup is complete. It is always our goal to cause as little disruption as possible when called for any water loss event. However, some situations call for the removal of the carpeting to facilitate proper in-house drying.
Would you like to learn more about the ways that SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock can help with water damage? Give us a phone call whenever you need us at (501) 803-9700, and we will send out a team as soon as possible.
See more about Little Rock.
Special Techniques Needed for Second Story Water Damage in Little Rock.
Let SERVPRO handle your Little Rock water damage. No matter the steps.
No matter the lengths, we will help your Little Rock water damage.
A lot of things can go wrong with even a small amount of water damage in a home. One of the most crucial parts of water cleanup is making sure all removal of all the excess moisture occurs in the property either through both extraction or drying.
When inadequate cleanup happens for water damage in Little Rock homes, it sets the house up for all types of losses in terms of weakening of building materials, the potential for mold, and foul odors, to name just three.
Not All Water Removal is Equal
The methods for removing water from a kitchen floor varies from techniques required for the extraction of moisture within wall cavities or under flooring. A common problem when a water loss occurs on the upper levels of a home and the water settles between stories in the floor joists. SERVPRO technicians use combinations of equipment dependent upon the surface or area of the house, requiring water extraction. Portable pumps, squeegees, and weighted extractors for pulling the moisture out of carpet and padding. In this way, homeowners realize significant savings and less loss as fewer items become casualties to the water loss.
Water in floor joists needs removal. It is a standard practice for SERVPRO technicians to drill holes in the ceiling, known as "weep holes." This method allows for the drainage of any water and invites greater airflow for more efficient drying. When sheetrock wicks moisture, it generally begins to buckle and warp fairly rapidly. The technicians cut away damaged sheetrock and remove delaminated tiles as needed.
Drying to Lessen Loss
When setting up the centrifugal air movers, sometimes the technicians use fittings to force the warm, dry air into hard-to-reach places, wall cavities and floor joists. When drying between levels, it is common to use floor mats above, and technicians create custom methods to deliver airflow directly into weep holes as needed.
SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock at (501) 803-9700 handles any water damage in homes with their vast array of specialized extraction equipment and training in making water loss to your property, "Like it never even happened."
To learn more about Little Rock, click here.
Protecting Your Little Rock Home From Water Damage
SERVPRO can help you with your Little Rock water damage check list.
We know the ends and outs for your Little Rock home, no matter how the water damage got there.
You can protect your home from water damage in order to avoid costly insurance claims and ruined belongings. Follow these five steps to keep your house well-maintained in preparation for any event.
Locate Your Water Main
The best way to avoid water damage in your Little Rock home is to locate your water main. If you can't locate the source of the water damage, turning off the water supply to your house will at least prevent more water from leaking in the meantime.
Check Your Water Pressure
If the water going through your pipes is too highly pressured, it may cause the pipes or hoses to buckle under all of that weight. Contact SERVPRO for a checkup of your residential water system to ensure it is holding the pressure it was designed for. You can also get a damage assessment if the water leak has already begun and you need additional assistance locating the source or repairing the damage.
Maintain All Appliances
Broken appliances and poorly-maintained HVAC machines are common reasons why there is water damage in your home. Invest in regular maintenance schedules so you can stay on top of your appliances. Make sure they still function properly. If you see the signs of disrepair, you can get in touch with a SERVPRO representative and schedule a water damage assessment.
Clean Your Gutters
Gutters should be cleaned 1-2 times per year to avoid too much blockage. Leaves, dirt, and other debris gathers in the gutters over time and can create cavities for water buildup after a downpour. It’s also important to double-check that your downspouts are facing away from the home so the water can freely escape outside of your house.
Watch Your Water Bill
Some water damage is subtle, and you may not realize that you have damage at all. This can happen when the location of the damage is somewhere such as a crawlspace or your backyard. Keep an eye on your water bill to see if your usage charges skyrocket from one month to the next for no reason. This can be a good indicator that water is leaking somewhere in your home.
Call SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock at (501) 803-9700 at the first sign of water damage in your home. Our technicians offer full damage assessment and restorative solutions for issues big and small.
To find out more about Little Rock, click here.
SERVPRO Restores Little Rock Properties Following a Damaging Water Event--FAST!
Little Rock Residents Like a SERVPRO Van Parked Closeby, Taking Care of Water Damage Business
Damage from a Water Loss at Your Little Rock Home? Yikes!
Many Little Rock residents had few recreational options to choose from this summer. The Historic Arkansas River Flood shut down golf courses, parks, ball fields, and cycling trails throughout the city for weeks. However, many water-front residents continue to fill their spare time dealing with water damage in their homes. Broken pipes split hoses in a washing machine can lead to a damaging water event.
The SERVPRO team handles Little Rock water damage for residential structures every day. We have the experience, the know-how, equipment, and certifications to take care of any of the myriads of water losses facing you.
Damaged books, papers, documents - Paper makes up some of our most valuable belongings. Fine artworks, photographs, marriage certificates, legal documents, and even money, are just some of the examples. Paper is a product made from wood, an organic substance that deteriorates quickly when wet. There is a good chance that we have the equipment and know the techniques to dry and restore your pieces of sentimental items, making you feel, "Like it never even happened." The quicker you make the call to SERVPRO, the higher the chance for you to pass those mementos down to your family's next generation of loved ones.
Document drying is as much an art as a science. Generally, pages in a book or that valuable document may still show signs of water stains or structural irregularities. We can at our facility use a freeze-drying method in an almost vacuum to stabilize and prevent further deterioration of the paper content. This process, call lyophilization, sublimates carbon dioxide--dry ice-- taking away residual moisture directly to a gaseous state. It can be complicated and may be useful for special documents.
Damaged furniture, wood - Also made from trees, wooden materials, and furniture are organic and can easily deteriorate if not dried and treated quickly, but at the correct rate to avoid splitting. Industries today find many uses for wood in different environments. Wood is pre-treated with chemicals that increase its longevity and strength or make it fire-retardant, easy to paint, or strong enough to withstand maximum weight limits and pressures. Each calls for unique drying techniques to prevent damage like warping, breaking, rotting, and molding. SERVPRO's team uses air movers, dehumidifiers, drying mats, and pumps to salvage your wooden floors and furniture.
When water damage threatens to destroy your valuables, remember to call the experienced technicians at SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock. Ready to respond at any time of day or night, we are always here for you at (501) 803-9700.
The Pivotal Role of Equipment in Water Removal Services for Little Rock Homes
Let us show you the way Little Rock.
SERVPRO has all you need for your Little Rock water removal.
When large quantities of water enter the home, it can be overwhelming and challenging to know where to start. Excess moisture can cause havoc in a home environment, so it is essential to bring in professional expertise with both the equipment and experience to get the job done efficiently. We have trained technicians with the resources to mobilize specialist equipment to restore your home after a water spill.
Equipment plays a pivotal role in delivering services for water removal in Little Rock. Depending on the amount of moisture in the home, we can mobilize different types of equipment not only to remove water but to dry the home both inside and out. At SERVPRO, we take into account the resilience of different materials in the home and adapt our approach to ensure no further damage is sustained during service. As a company with access to national resources, we are capable of investing in specialist equipment that can be mobilized quickly.
The most critical piece of equipment in a water restoration technician's (WRT) armory is an extractor. Extractors are versatile pieces of equipment that combine vacuum power with a pump and heating element. Portable extractors are capable of removing 5 to 12 gallons of water and allow access to restricted areas of the home. Truck-mounted extractors, which are designed mainly for commercial properties, can store up to 100 gallons of wastewater.
In carpeted properties, an extraction unit can be modified to reduce the likelihood of causing damage to contents. Glue down carpets can often be relatively weak and become even weaker when wet. A SERVPRO technician can use extractors on glue-down carpets without fear of causing damage by using the specially designed wand attachment. Thicker carpets, on the other hand, should be treated using a heavier device that helps to squeeze water out.
Extraction is hundreds of times more efficient than dehumidification or open-system drying, contact SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock at (501) 803-9700 to arrange a service.
To find out more about Little Rock, click here.
How Quickly Should Extraction Begin After Water Damage in Little Rock?
Each vehicle in our Green Fleet is stocked with equipment to dry your water damaged home. Call us today!
Importance of Fast Extraction in Water Damaged Little Rock Homes
There are many reasons that water loss incidents should not get left to resolve themselves in your Little Rock residence. With even moderate situations, damaging effects can still spread far beyond the source to affect multiple areas, materials, and contents. Additionally, affected areas include remote locations and spaces where homeowners cannot accurately determine the presence of saturation and moisture so that these effects can go unchecked and uncorrected without the expertise and equipment of skilled professionals like ours.
We know how vital it is to address damage in your Little Rock home, beginning with water removal, as promptly as possible. While there are multiple tools at the disposal of our experienced SERVPRO team, for standing water scenarios it is often wise for our team to assess the severity of the situation before determining the best equipment to use. Our technicians arrive with the full measure of these options to immediately deploy the best tool for the job.
There are multiple reasons why water extraction and mitigation as a whole must get started as promptly as possible following a water loss incident. Without full knowledge of the severity and spread of the situation, homeowners can allow moisture and saturation to persist out of sight. This lingering dampness can facilitate microbial growth and can also directly damage structural elements and degrade construction materials.
Another reason why mitigation must begin as quickly as possible is the containment strategies that our SERVPRO professionals utilize. With these practices, physical barriers, and advanced equipment, we can stop the spread of water damage throughout your property while we get to work on removing pooling water and drying out the affected regions with air movers and dehumidifiers.
It is imperative for professionals like our SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock team to get to work quickly on water damage that occurs in your house. We understand what equipment and tactics are necessary to make these damages “Like it never even happened.” Give us a call anytime at (501) 803-9700.
Read more about Little Rock here.
We Can Restore Your Water Damaged Hardwood Floors In Little Rock
Call us today at (501) 803-9700 for a swift, effective response to your disaster.
Drying Hardwood Floor Water Damage In A Little Rock Rental Home
If you find that pipe leak has left water damage in the hardwood flooring of your living room, it can be difficult to relax and overwhelming to consider cleaning up such a mess on your own.
When a leaky pipe creates water damage in your Little Rock rental home, SERVPRO has the means to eliminate moisture and save your structure from potential mold proliferation. Our team can be at your home within hours to move, dry, and disinfect affected furniture as well as address the accumulated moisture in your hardwood floor. With wood, it is especially vital to keep moisture levels low to prevent structural damage and mold growth, and our professionals can use moisture meters with long, Teflon-coated probes to monitor both your floor and subfloor's moisture levels while drying.
Our team can use tenting to remove water from your flooring more effectively. This process involves covering flooring at ground level with a large sheet of plastic that is usually about 6 millimeters in thickness. Once taped down, this plastic helps pull moisture in the air out of surfaces more rapidly and can be used in combination with dehumidifiers during drying to capture more water vapor.
When treating hardwood, it is vital to mitigate any permanent buckling, cupping, or warping of the flooring. During drying, centrifugal air movers can be positioned to pull up moisture from both on top of and underneath the floor, which can also help dry the plywood subfloor. SERVPRO technicians can use desiccant dehumidifiers to absorb this moisture and lower humidity considerably with the aid of materials like silica gel. In open areas like a living room, polyethylene chambers are often crafted to create smaller, contained chambers for faster drying.
SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock is dedicated to providing the area with 24/7 disaster cleanup. Call us today at (501) 803-9700 for a swift, effective response to your disaster.
Click here for more about Little Rock.
Why The First 48 Hours are Important After Water Damage to Your Little Rock Home
The clock is ticking when you have water damage. Mold can start growing in 48 hours. Call SERVPRO for your water removal needs.
Fast Water Extraction In Little Rock Can Save Losses To Your Property
Excess water can breach your home at any time of the day or night and can ruin your flooring, walls, and ceilings if you fail to act fast. Standing water can also damage your furniture and personal belongings. Plus, it can cause structural damage if you do not deal with the situation immediately. Moisture can also cause mold growth that can cause health effects if water is left standing for more than 48 hours. Calling professionals like us right away can restore your property and save many of the items inside your home.
SERVPRO technicians are highly trained and can be at your residence within hours after experiencing water damage to your Little Rock home. You can expect our crew to assess the job and address the issues as soon as possible. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster and can restore your property to its preloss state when possible. First, our certified team can find and stop the flow of water into your home. Next, they can begin the extraction phase. The techs can use pumps, extraction wands, wet vacuums or portable and trunk-mounted extractors to remove all standing water quickly.
Once the team removes the water, they can begin to dry the structure thoroughly. The techs can use high-grade air movers, high-velocity axial fans and industrial heaters and dehumidifiers. Employing this type of equipment helps increase dryness and helps reduce moisture levels, which speeds up the drying process. The crew may also need to dry other items inside the structure such as furniture, cabinets, carpeting and window curtains or drapes. We aim to work quickly during the extraction and drying stages to prevent further damages and to stop bacteria from forming. Plus, a fast response can help reduce restoration costs and may help expedite insurance claims.
Our SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock water extraction restoration services can help in water emergencies here and in the surrounding areas of Gibson, Roland, Maumelle, and Ferndale. We are nearby and ready to take your call. You can reach our office at (501) 803-9700 at any time of the day or night.
Click here to read about Little Rock.
Some Ways to Persevere in Spite of Little Rock Water Damage
Even when your laundry closet faces water damage, contacting team SERVPRO will offer you certified technicians to get the job done right.
A Damaged Water Supply Line Can Cause Water Damage in Your Hallway Laundry Closet
All devices that use water to clean require a water supply line, however, when these lines are compromised, it can cause water damage inside of your home. When the supply line breaks, it allows water to freely flow out from the piping and onto your hardwood flooring beneath it. Returning home after a brief two-day trip to find your hallway flooded is never a good way to start the week. However, it is comforting knowing that reliable professional help is close at hand.
It is so important to call for help immediately upon finding water damage inside of your Little Rock home because leaving it to its own devices can only cause more damage. When moisture is left to absorb into the structure of your home, it can cause weakness. When your hardwood flooring is introduced to excess moisture, it can begin to bubble, bend, and even crack from swelling up. The faster that you get professional remediation services inside of your home, the more likely it is that you can prevent this kind of damage before it happens.
When SERVPRO is called to the scene of the damages in your home, we always strive to arrive as swiftly as possible. We understand how time sensitive water damage is, but we also understand how uncomfortable it is to have this worry at the back of your mind. It is important to us for you to feel comfortable and happy knowing that we are taking care of the problem for you.
SERVPRO uses advanced technology to tackle water damage, and our technicians can immediately begin to set up our equipment inside your home after a brief investigation. We use devices such as air movers, axial fans, and desiccant dehumidifiers to remediate water damage. Working in conjunction, all three pieces of equipment can create an environment that is ideal for drawing moisture out of the structure of your home, including your hardwood flooring. Once we're sure that the job is done, SERVPRO can use moisture meters to ensure your home's moisture levels have returned to an acceptable rate.
If you discover water damage inside of your home from a faulty device, never wait to get help. Get in contact with SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock by phoning the number (501) 803-9700. No matter the day or time, our technicians are ready and prepared to come and help you.
Click here for more about Little Rock.
SERVPRO's Water Damage Restoration Plan Will Restore Your Ferndale Home
Our cleaning and restoration solutions at SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock can make it like it was never dirty after the disaster.
Addressing Possible Hazards When Offering Water Cleanup Services In Ferndale
Sites that require water cleanup services might have several dangers that may hurt occupants and our team during the restoration process. The dangers may be classified as personal hazards, environmental hazards, and biohazards. Working in confined spaces, slipping, tripping, falling, and exposure to chemical safety issues are under personal dangers. The dangers posed by electrical hazards, structural risks, and hazardous materials are under environmental risks. Exposure to molds and dangerous waste part of the biohazards that restorers face when addressing such incidents in Ferndale.
Safety is our first concern when performing water cleanup in Ferndale, and we guarantee that by performing a safety evaluation. The structures we attend to are different; they also have different construction materials and electrical systems. At the same time, the building and the water may contain hazardous substances. Knowing the duration the water has spent on the structure and can help in addressing some of the concerns.
Some of the cleaning agents that we use when cleaning, deodorizing and disinfecting your home may present some chemical safety concerns. To limit exposure when we are working, we wear respirators and other appropriate PPE. Also, before the occupants can re-enter the area, we make sure it is appropriately dry and ventilated. Our SERVPRO technicians never exchange their PPE, unless they are well cleaned.
When using chemicals that cause blisters, irritation, and whiten the skins, we use chemical resistant gloves. If we have to mix, spray, and pour chemical during the restoration process, we have to wear splash goggles. Respirators can also be useful when we are working with hydrocarbons, solvents and organic vapors. Whether we are addressing odor problems, using dehumidifiers and air movers to dry your property, removing severely contaminated items from the site, we are always there to address the concerns of our clients.
Our cleaning and restoration solutions at SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock can make it like it was never dirty after the disaster. You rely on us when you need water damage restoration, storm damage restoration, mold remediation, and fire damage restoration. Call (501) 236-4774 for our experienced technicians to respond promptly.
Click here for more about Ferndale.
Tips for Effective Restoration of Water Damage in Little Rock Properties
A Welcome Vehicle for Water-Loss Victims in the Little Rock Area
Mitigating Water Loss in Little Rock Means Calling SERVPRO Quickly
It is hard to predict leaks or burst pipes in your property, so the only way to combat them is to react accordingly when one does happen. Fast action is one effective weapon to help you prevent extensive damages. So, immediately you notice the water pooling in your Little Rock property, you should embark on removing it. We offer professional remedial services that can help you deal with the problem without too much stress.
Part of the reason why water damage in Little Rock overwhelms many property owners is because they fail to see below the surface. Efforts that only clear the water standing on surfaces lead to further problems because in most cases, the water seeps through the floor to the baseboards. It only takes as little as 48 hours for such water to cause other problems such as mold or even rotting in wood. Working with SERVPRO helps forestall such situations because our technicians take a comprehensive approach when extracting water from your property. For example, we remove baseboards and drill holes to reach water that seeps into wall cavities. We also use powerful truck mounted water extractors for faster removal of any significant volumes of standing water.
In most cases, the goal to restore the affected areas to preloss conditions is achieved. The only problem is the cost incurred during the restoration process. One way our SERVPRO team helps you save money is by reducing the amount of teardown involved. By cutting down the time water pools in the affected property, we limit seepage into wall cavities and below wooden floors. This process helps ensure restoration without tearing these areas down. It is possible to do this because we use specialized equipment like the Injectidry system and drying mats, which extract moisture trapped in cavities or below surfaces effectively.
Drying a water-damaged property is vital to forestall problems caused by excessive moisture. The amount of water targeted for evaporation, humidity levels, the level of air movement, and temperature are the four main factors that determine the drying rate. Our SERVPRO team has the necessary tools to ensure optimum conditions. For example, our technicians can maintain the optimum 70°F to 90°F for fast drying using portable heaters. We also have the necessary air movers and dehumidifiers.
You should call SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock at (501) 803-9700 when water damages your property.
Visit our local zoo right here.
Fast Water Removal for Your Little Rock Home
SERVPRO Says Rapid Water Extraction Mitigates Damages from Little Rock Properties
Little Rock Properties Suffer Less Water-Damaging Results When SERVPRO Is Promptly Called for Extraction
Admittedly, coming back to your Little Rock home and finding it storing several inches of standing water can be a little alarming. Emergencies like these can often occur when residents are not at home as readily as they can occur when they are. Finding the right way to handle the situation is typically something that you want to leave to professional restorers.
While all of these kinds of scenarios involve varying degrees of water removal for your Little Rock residence, this is to be expected. A plumbing break inside of a wall can often allow for much more damage than someone's washing machine gently leaking water during the draining portion of a cycle. No matter what caused your need for water extraction and subsequent damage restoration, our SERVPRO team of professionals can help.
One of the priorities of restoration specialists entering your home is identifying the source of the water damage itself. If this has occurred inside of a wall, portions of paneling or drywall need to get removed to access the break or rupture and repair it. This step ensures that once the water is turned back on to the interior, it does not create worsening problems throughout the affected areas and beyond.
Our experienced SERVPRO professionals also work to ensure that extraction and drying techniques are successful by assessing the presence of moisture in wall cavities, in ceiling areas, and beneath flooring with thermal imagery equipment.
You should be mindful that highly saturated construction materials like drywall and ceiling tiles can fall with little to no warning when they are too saturated and heavy to remain fixed in place. Exercise caution when assessing the full scope of the damage in your home before restoration specialists arrive. We suggest you wait until we arrive to assess the damage and develop an action plan.
There are multiple causes of substantial water damage to your home, some of which are entirely out of your control. When you face this kind of potential damage to your residence, you can put your trust in our SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock water restoration specialists to help you clean up the mess, "Like it never even happened." Give us a call today at (501) 803-9700.
Here is the local zoo
SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock provides 24 hour fire and water damage restoration service!
SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock is available 24 hours a day for water emergencies, large or small. When you are dealing with water damage, immediate action is crucial. A delay of just a few hours can greatly increase the severity of the water damage.
We Answer the Phone Ready to Help
We understand that when you call us, you may be feeling confused, stressed, and vulnerable. You need an expert to guide you through this crisis. SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock has the specific water damage training and experience to help you through this tough time. We specialize in water damage restoration—in fact, it's the cornerstone of our business.
What to Expect
When you call, we will ask several questions regarding your water damage emergency. These questions will help us determine what equipment and resources to bring, including how many trained SERVPRO Professionals may be needed.
Our SERVPRO Representative will ask several questions:
- Your name and contact information
- Your insurance information (if applicable)
- The street address of the water-damaged home or business
- When did the flooding or water damage occur?
- What caused the water damage (if known)?
- Is there electricity available (on-site)?
About SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock
SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock specializes in the cleanup and restoration of residential and commercial property after a fire, smoke or water damage event. Our staff is highly trained in property damage restoration. From initial and ongoing training at SERVPRO’s corporate training facility to regular IICRC-industry certification, rest assured our staff is equipped with the knowledge to restore your property.
Faster to your Northwest Little Rock Water Damage Event
Flooding and water emergencies don’t wait for regular business hours and neither do we. Northwest Little Rock provides emergency cleaning and restoration services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week—including all holidays.
Faster To Any Size Disaster
Flooding and water damage is very invasive. Water quickly spreads throughout your home and gets absorbed into floors, walls, furniture, and more. SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock arrives quickly and starts the water extraction process almost immediately. This immediate response helps to minimize the damage and the cleaning and restoration costs.
Need Emergency Service? Call Us 24/7
Water Damage Timeline
- Water quickly spreads throughout your property, saturating everything in its path.
- Water is absorbed into walls, floors, upholstery, and belongings.
- Furniture finishes may bleed, causing permanent staining on carpets.
- Photographs, books, and other paper goods start to swell and warp.
Hours 1 - 24:
- Drywall begins to swell and break down.
- Metal surfaces begin to tarnish.
- Furniture begins to swell and crack.
- Dyes and inks from cloth and paper goods spread and stain.
- A musty odor appears.
48 Hours to 1 Week:
- Mold and mildew may grow and spread.
- Doors, windows, and studs swell and warp.
- Metal begins to rust and corrode.
- Furniture warps and shows signs of mold.
- Paint begins to blister.
- Wood flooring swells and warps.
- Serious biohazard contamination is possible.
More Than 1 Week:
- Restoration time and cost increase dramatically; replacing contaminated materials and structural rebuilding may be extensive.
- Structural safety, mold growth, and biohazard contaminants pose serious risks to occupants.
About SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock
SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock specializes in the cleanup and restoration of residential and commercial property after a fire, smoke or water damage event. Our staff is highly trained in property damage restoration. From initial and ongoing training at SERVPRO’s corporate training facility to regular IICRC-industry certification, rest assured our staff is equipped with the knowledge to restore your property.
Northwest Little Rock Residents: We Specialize in Flooded Basement Cleanup and Restoration!
A basement can flood at any time, although flooding most often occurs during heavy rainfall. Basements are inherently prone to flooding because they are the lowest level of a building and are normally built partly or entirely below ground level. There are a number of reasons why your Northwest Little Rock basement could flood, including:
- A blocked or failed sewer lateral pipe
- Heavy rain causes surface water to pool around your home
- Storm sewer backup
- Sanitary sewer backup
- Foundation drainage failure
- Water supply-line break or hot-water tank failure
- And many more
Have Questions about Basement Flooding?
If flood water is not handled quickly and properly, it can jeopardize your health and safety, and cause severe damage to your home’s structure. Remember, the longer you wait, the worse the problem will get.
The bottom line: a flooded basement can jeopardize your health, safety, and your home’s integrity. It’s worth making a call to SERVPRO of Northwest Little Rock and let our trained, professional crews handle the situation safely and correctly. We have earned the trust of hundreds of homeowners, business owners, and property professionals.
We are Flooded Basement Specialists:
- We are Available 24 hours/7 days per week
- We’re a Preferred Vendor to many National Insurance Companies
- We Bill The Insurance Directly – One Less Thing For You To Worry About
- Our Technicians are Highly-Trained in Water Restoration Techniques
- We use s500 IICRC Restoration Standards
- Advanced Inspection and Extraction Equipment