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Should Homeowners Move Out During the Restoration of Their Homes After a Flood?

10/8/2020 (Permalink)

tech using ULV for fogging elevator lobby Whether it is your Glen Cove condo or the elevator lobby, SERVPRO applies a fogging disinfection against contamined flood waters to complete the job

Glen Cove Homeowners Needing Flood Restoration and Move-Out Services can call SERVPRO for Help.

Storms in Glen Cove can invite floodwaters into all or a part of your home. When you consider the steps to restore your home, it may be best to move out entirely while the restoration happens. 

The risk of handling a move yourself is that you may carry bacteria and debris brought in by the storm with you. Instead, make a call to a professional restoration crew and let them handle serve your home from start to finish.

Flood damage in Glen Cove needing move-out, cleanup, and sanitizing services fall within our expertise at SERVPRO. Our crew takes a systematic approach to assessing the damage, discarding unsalvageable items, and providing move-out services for your belongings. By doing things right from the beginning, you mitigate your loss and avoid future complications.

How is moisture removed after a flood event? 

As a homeowner, you may worry about making sure the cleanup is thorough after a flood. At SERVPRO, we share your concern and know that aside from bringing pumps and water extraction tools, we need to have a reliable way of quantifying humidity levels in your home. To monitor our progress, we use some of the following measuring tools-

  • Infrared moisture sensors
  • Hygrometers
  • Surface moisture meters

At SERVPRO of Oyster Bay, we have the right tools for the job. Call us at (516) 464-3300 and let us walk with you through the restoration of your home until it feels “Like it never even happened.”

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