The Damage To My Home Doesn’t Look That Bad. Do I Still Need To Worry?
Hidden Damage in Montgomery Village Can Occur During Storms That Can Lead to Major Problems
Rain, wind, and hail can inflict severe damage on homes in Montgomery Village when storms strike. Often the impact is easily seen, but hidden damage could be lurking beneath the service. SERVPRO seeks out and restores homes hit with storm damage.
What hidden damage do you look for from flooding?
Flooding is one of the biggest problems caused by storms. In February 2020, five tornadoes touched down in Maryland, according to the National Weather Services. Tropical storms send torrential rains inward in many places in Maryland. If your home has weathered flood damage in Montgomery Village, you may wonder if the water intrusion truly damaged it. Here is what can happen:
- Walls, floors, and ceiling cavities can become flooded.
- Structural frame warping
- Water migration
- Problems from black water migrations
- Mold or microbial damage
- Electrical systems damaged
- Plumbing systems damaged
- Condensation can cause problems
Act Quickly – Stop Flood Damage in its Tracks
The wisest thing any homeowner can do is to get emergency water mitigation quickly. The quicker our SERVPRO Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) technicians are on the scene, the lower the chance of things spiraling out of control. Our techs are experts at searching out hidden water. The right equipment will remove the water and moisture and leave your home “Like it never even happened.” Here are some ways we clean, restore, and repair:
- Moisture sensors
- Powerful water extractions methods
- Air movers
- Restore as much as possible
- Specialty cleaning for your contents
- Move out services if you can’t stay in your home
Don’t let flood damage cause hidden problems in your home. Contact SERVPRO of Gaithersburg / Germantown at (301 963-8474 for emergency water mitigation service that is Faster To Any Size Disaster.
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