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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

SERVPRO Takes Special Care of Your Contents After Water Damage Disasters

8/6/2019 (Permalink)

It is a stressful time when your basement floods. Not only may you worry about damage to your carpet and walls, but you may also worry about damage to your personal belongings. Property damage can be repaired, but some of these valuable items may be irreplaceable. 

We at SERVPRO understand your concern, and that is why we take extra care to ensure your personal belongings are well taken care of. We will work closely with you and your insurance to go through each item you have concerns about to determine whether they are salvageable. We will never throw anything away without express permission from you. Our drying equipment can be strategically placed to not only dry out your property, but also wet items. We also provide pack out services to move unaffected items from the premises to ensure no further damage is caused in the mitigation process.

Photos, documents and other paper goods are especially susceptible to water damage. Before you write these off as a loss, SERVPRO also offers state-of-the-art document restoration services. Utilizing vacuum freeze drying technology, SERVPRO's patented document drying chambers can rescue these valuable documents and restore them to "like new" condition. Ask your crew chief about document drying services, and we can have a conversation with your adjuster about coverage under your policy. 

Faster to Any Size Disaster

Time is of the essence when it comes to water damage, not just for your property, but also your personal belongings. SERVPRO is ready and available 24/7 to provide faster water damage restoration services, preventing any further damage. Call us at (847) 593-3055 to begin the mitigation process right away!

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