Our Water Damage Specialists Can Restore Your Home In Chicago
Water Damage In Chicago Can Be Severe, But SERVPRO Can Help
Many people don't understand just how serious of a problem water damage in Chicago can be. When a part of your home takes on more water than it would typically be able to handle, it can begin to undergo changes and processes that leave permanent marks on the building that can take much more time and money to repair than a professional cleanup job. Our certified SERVPRO technicians respond quickly to any calls about water damage we receive to ensure that your home gets the fast and thorough treatment and care it deserves.
The Severity Of The Problem
Although all cases of water damage in Chicago are different, several broad categorizations help us to understand exactly how severe the matter is and what treatment techniques we can expect to use during the mitigation and restoration processes. Water color can tell us quite a bit about safety hazards and necessary precautionary measures, so be sure to say in your initial phone call whether the water in your home was clear, cloudy, or dark when you first saw it. Once we get an inspector to your home to analyze the situation with a professional eye, we can provide a more detailed assessment of how extensive the damage is and what we need to do to fix it.
What Comes Next?
More severe water damage situations such as floods can take several weeks to restore. These projects usually require more drying time and minor reconstruction efforts such as replacement or refinishing of floor materials. For smaller spills, our drying and restoration times can have much higher variance, but SERVPRO makes sure to approach every job with the best care we can provide to keep the impact on your life as low as possible.
SERVPRO of West Loop / Bucktown / Greektown maintains readiness on a 24/7 basis to respond to local calls for help with water, fire, and other types of damage. Call us as soon as possible after a disaster at (773) 434-9100.
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