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Significant damage to flooring

Significant damage to flooring

Water can devastate a floor. Water often finds a channel underneath wood flooring to spread further than you can feel by touch or observe by sight. Using meters and thermal cameras, SERVPRO of Greater Broken Arrow trained technicians can locate the affected areas and begin the process to dry the structure.

Source is Slab Leak in Broken Arrow

Source is Slab Leak in Broken Arrow

Water can come from a slab and the leak can become an unexpected and unwelcome detour to your daily routine. Sometimes the slab leak is not discovered until water has affected flooring, and walls. Quick response is important to get the water source stopped the drying of the structure initiated.

Equipment to dry after water intrusion in Broken Arrow

Equipment to dry after water intrusion in Broken Arrow

After the water has been extracted from a water intrusion, specialized equipment is placed to assist the drying process. A SERVPRO trained professional daily monitors and adjusts the equipment until the drying is complete. Dehumidifiers, and fans can be a bit noisy during the process.

Cross Contamination in Sand Springs

Cross Contamination in Sand Springs

Be aware of tracking dirty water throughout a home or an office. It not only is unsightly, if the water happens to have come from a toilet overflow, or a sewer back up, your affected environment is now increased, and will require more mitigation and remediation. Look on our tips http://www.SERVPROgreaterbrokenarrow.com/sewage-cleanup for helpful information

Source is Ice Dam in Claremore

Source is Ice Dam in Claremore

Be alert in freezing Oklahoma weather. Even if gutters are clear, ice can form into a dam and can cause damage to your home by allowing melting ice to seep through the roof. SERVPRO of Greater Broken Arrow is ready to help you, should you experience any water intrusion.

Source is plumbing inside wall in Wagoner

Source is plumbing inside wall in Wagoner

Sometimes, no matter how alert you are, things break; things wear out; things happen. This leak was observed fairly early and was stopped before extensive damage took place. SERVPRO is trained to dry out your home and help you get back to normal.

Water vs. Hardwood Floor in Coweta

Water vs. Hardwood Floor in Coweta

When water leaks invade wooden flooring, water can travel extensively underneath the planks before you are even aware of any problem. SERVPRO of Greater Broken Arrow has equipment that can in many situations save wood flooring in a water intrusion.

Source is Ice Maker Line in Broken Arrow

Source is Ice Maker Line in Broken Arrow

A water leak can drip slowly or a line can suddenly fail and spread rapidly from the water leak and affect many areas of your home or business. The force of a burst line can also erode walls in the process. SERVPRO of Greater Broken Arrow is trained to extract, clean up, dry and restore to help make it "Like it never even happened."

Drying inside a wall in Broken Arrow

Drying inside a wall in Broken Arrow

SERVPRO of Greater Broken Arrow tries to be efficient with minimal intrusion to aid in your life getting back to normal as quickly as possible. Sometime it is unavoidable to cut out drywall in order to dry inside a wet wall, but sometimes, removing baseboard and drilling access holes behind the baseboard is sufficient to get air and dehumidification inside the wall cavity.

Kind of like Superman

Kind of like Superman

Not exactly x-ray vision, but an infrared camera is one tool SERVPRO of Greater Broken Arrow uses to help trace the extent of water leak or flood damage in your home or business. More than meets the eye, or touch, or guessing.

Carefully monitoring the drying process

Carefully monitoring the drying process

Drying is a science- much more involved than turning on some fans til floors don't feel wet to the touch. If the structure and contents are not thoroughly dried quickly, the microbial (mold) risk increases. SERVPRO of Greater Broken Arrow carefully monitors and adjusts until drying is complete.