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Do Wet Ceiling Materials in My Hamilton Township Office Need Replaced?

6/25/2020 (Permalink)

dehumidifier sign Do you know what type of building materials your going to need to restore your Hamilton Township business? Call SERVPRO to mitigate your issue.

Depending on the severity of water loss incidents, some saturated construction materials can get dried and restored.

When water loss incidents affect your Hamilton Township office in any capacity, it is crucial to secure qualified and educated restoration technicians like our SERVPRO team. With hidden plumbing in between flooring in commercial structures where several offices or businesses might reside, a break between floors could expose both offices to water damages.You need professionals that can respond quickly to these emergencies and address both pressing water migration concerns as well as protect saturated structural elements. 

 What Type of Materials Do I Need?

Many business owners do not often think of what construction materials might get damaged when water removal in Hamilton Township offices like yours might be necessary. When we respond quickly enough to these emergencies, it is often feasible to preserve exposed materials like ceiling tile, insulation, and joists from deterioration and degradation. This process requires effective water removal from this damaged area and the repair of the plumbing breach that caused the emergency in the first place.

What Tools Can Dry Out Ceiling Systems?

There are several tools in our inventory that can help to remove moisture and trapped water from ceiling materials and beneath floor systems. Regarding the most effective of these approaches for saturated ceiling materials, our technicians often choose:

Is Removing the Material Better?

There are many situations in which controlled demolition might be more appealing to the property owner than the time it takes to dry out structural elements. Ceiling tile, much like drywall, can often get replaced for less money and time then it takes to dry out these materials with our positive pressure systems and air movers. We have a team of in-house contractors to help with this approach as well

We can make water losses “Like it never even happened.” Give our SERVPRO of Atlantic City / Hamilton / Hammonton team a call today at (609) 965-0885.

How Can I Stop my Atlantic City Loft From Leaking?

6/22/2020 (Permalink)

A brick wall loft with dark wood flooring. SERVPRO can help you save your Atlantic City loft after a water damage, call us today.

SERVPRO Can Perform Acute Water Restoration in your Atlantic City Loft and Mitigate Further Damages

How Bad is Water Intrusion in a Loft?

Any water intrusion is terrible news for residents of Atlantic City. When water enters a dry indoor environment, the lack of ventilation can lead to pooling or moisture buildup. In a loft space, limited ventilation is combined with rising hot air, which can increase humidity and mold growth. When moisture is apparent in areas of the home that are not in regular use, it can build up slowly, leading to long-term water exposure losses. These losses can impact rafters, insulation as well as the structural security of your roof. To avoid extensive scale repair, act quickly against water intrusion by using a professional restorer. 

Do water intrusion damage heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems?

It is not uncommon for loft spaces to house your HVAC system. We include HVAC inspection within our water restoration services for Atlantic City residents. Your air-conditioning system draws air through a supply-side vent before redistributing it via ducts into different rooms of the house. If there is a water issue that causes odor or microbial growth, these contaminants can enter the system, mold buildup on inner duct walls, and spread mold spores or odor. If you notice unpleasant smells emanating from your HVAC, it is vital that you shut off the system altogether to prevent lasting damages.

How do you restore an HVAC system?

- Remove the return side grate and replace with a clean filter

- Use a circular drill to cut a hole in the duct

- Apply negative air pressure through the HVAC to draw out dust, mold or soiling

- Reseal the duct and replace the supply side ducts

Do restorers repair HVAC?

Water restoration technicians are capable of performing an HVAC system inspection as well as temporary disassembly of the unit to gain further access. However, the repair of any complex mechanical parts usually requires an HVAC specialist. We work with qualified repair specialists and can organize a call out on your behalf. Our restorer can remove any residual soiling from the ducts and vents to allow a specialist repairer to work in a safe and sanitary environment. 

What are the challenges of drying a loft space?

Loft spaces can be time-consuming to restore due to their limited access. Some pieces of equipment may be too large to bring into the attic itself, meaning our technicians may have to adapt the material using ducts and flex hose. While these adaptations are useful, they can reduce the efficiency of special drying equipment. Smaller portable dehumidifiers can be placed directly into a wet environment, although they are less efficient than water extraction or pumping pieces of equipment. SERVPRO technicians have experience working in smaller spaces like attics and crawl spaces, so we are capable of tailoring our expertise to the specific conditions of your water emergency.

How do I assess loft space water migration?

- Probe the upper layers of insulation using a moisture meter to determine the water content and migration

- If there is shallow dampness, remove the top layers of padding or place a dehumidifier directly against

- If there are high amounts of moisture remove the padding altogether and place in a sealed waste disposal bag

- Clean and dry the area beneath the affected insulation before replacing

How long does it take to dry out a loft?

Industry standards can vary depending on the space that we are drying. The standard timing for drying out a structure is three to five days. However, due to access restrictions for conventional restoration equipment, it may take longer to dry an attic space. Often, wood rafters are not treated with varnish or finish to protect them from water absorption. This can lead to rafters taking on large amounts of water into the grains of the wood. The procedure for drying relies on using desiccant dehumidifiers to draw moisture from the forest, and SERVPRO technicians may need to return regularly to assess the effectiveness of our drying method.

How can I prevent mold from impacting a wet loft?

Mold spores thrive in warm, humid environments. It can be tough to prevent mold growth in smaller spaces. However, we can prevent mold from growing at a rapid rate by carefully conducting and measuring the drying process. Technicians can use a mister to disperse antimicrobial chemicals into space and to avoid mold spores from building up in stages during restoration. We recommend that you inspect your loft space every few months for signs of water or mold damage.

If your loft is leaking, you need restoration specialists to limit the potential damages. Contact SERVPRO of Atlantic City / Hamilton / Hammonton at (609) 965-0885.

Who Can Remove Mold from Rooms in My Atlantic City Hotel?

6/10/2020 (Permalink)

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Mold Damage In Atlantic City

Every minute counts with mold remediation in Atlantic City, so our experienced professionals are ready and able to help 24/7.

When mold becomes a known problem in your Atlantic City hotel, it is something that you must address immediately. These emergencies can be hazardous to the health of those exposed, especially those with pre-existing respiratory concerns. Because you accommodate such a vast array of guests in your establishment, it is vital to focus all of your attention on mold removal when colonies get discovered.

Surprisingly, there is no one size fits all solution for mold remediation in Atlantic City accommodations like yours. Each of these situations must get carefully assessed by competent professionals to determine what steps are necessary to overcome active colonization and prevent recurrences moving forward. We have a division of qualified remediators on our SERVPRO roster accredited through the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) to provide confidence and reliable service whenever mold gets discovered.

What Are Key Elements in Mold Colony Removal?

Persistently damp areas of your hotel, such as attached areas around the pool or areas where water damage might not have been appropriately cleaned and dried, can be hot spots for mold activity. Remediation can occur in several unique ways, from sanding and soda blasting through controlled demolition. Finding the strategy that works best for the situation in your hotel falls to the assessment of the damage conducted early on during the scoping of the job. As crucial as mold removal can be, providing a lasting solution is equally vital. This includes several strategies, such as:

    •    Antimicrobial Treatment
    •    Reducing Humidity
    •    Finding and Repairing Plumbing Leaks

Whether we are removing active colonies or helping to reconstruct discarded materials in your hotel, our SERVPRO of Atlantic City / Hamilton / Hammonton team can make mold losses “Like it never even happened.” Give us a call today at (609) 965-0885.

Where Can I Find Brigantine Storm Damage Remediation Services?

5/27/2020 (Permalink)

flooded road after storm SERVPRO is always ready to remediate your storm damage. Call us today!

SERVPRO of Brigantine Can Help You Remediate the Storm Damage on Your Property  

A sudden and intense thunderstorm could bring storm damage to your Brigantine home. Imagine a scenario where intense winds and rain force your rickety back door to fly open and allow water to pool and gather inside of your kitchen.   

You may feel panic upon waking and finding storm damage in your Brigantine home. However, it's essential to remain calm. Calling for help from a company, like SERVPRO, as soon as possible, can help save your home from further damages.  

How Fast Can SERVPRO Help My Home?  

Our technicians are committed to helping you as soon as possible. We do certain things to help speed up our travel process, such as:  

  • Pre-loading our equipment into vans, so they're ready to go when you need us
  • Assembling a team of storm damage technicians as soon as you call us
  • Taking the quickest route to your location  

It is important to remember that during storms, roads could be flooded or blocked. However, SERVPRO can still come to your location. We never close our doors and are committed to helping you as soon as possible.  

What Can SERVPRO Do to Remove the Water?  

Once we get a tarp covering your home's entryway, so water cannot continue to flow inside, we can begin. We can start by: 

  • Removing the standing water, using devices such as wet/dry vacuums and extractors
  • Setting up drying equipment, such as air movers, heaters, and dehumidifiers
  • Sending soaked furniture and belongings to a facility to be dried 

Once we remove the standing water, SERVPRO can focus on ensuring that the storm damage does not become mold damage.   

If you think your home may need storm damage remediation services, get help today. Communicate with SERVPRO of Atlantic City / Hamilton / Hammonton by dialing (609) 965-0885. No matter what time you need us, we're here for you.  

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What Do I Use To Clean My House After Fire Damage In Brigantine?

5/23/2020 (Permalink)

a burned house that suffered from fire damage Don’t despair when facing fire damage in your kitchen. Contact our experienced SERVPRO team for effective remediation services.

Full Restoration Might Require Several Cleaning Approaches, But SERVPRO Can Help You Complete the Process Faster 

Cleaning a house after a fire incident in Brigantine is like solving a puzzle where you have to fit in different cleaning approaches together to achieve the goal of restoring your home to its preloss state. Even after a small fire, you might have a considerable cleaning challenge ahead. Involving a professional cleaning team can help ensure you get the results you want faster or guarantee a better outcome.

What cleaning tasks are typical after fire damage incidents in Brigantine?

  • Removal of residues deposited on surfaces such as walls 
  • Cleaning small items such as toys and lighting fixtures
  • Removal of particulate matter and aerosols left by smoke in the air
  • Cleaning fabrics

Whether a Brigantine fire was big or small, residues tend to accumulate on vast surfaces such as walls. The combustion processes generate most of the residues then smoke movements transfer them to different surfaces. Residues can also form on a surface as it deteriorates because of exposure to extreme heat. 

The process of cleaning residues from surfaces can vary depending on several factors, including:

  • Amount of residues deposited
  • Type of residues
  • Type or age of the underlying material

When dealing with small amounts of dry smoke residues, it is easier to clean them by wiping the affected surfaces with a sponge or cloth. Vacuuming can also help, especially if the surface is not even. Our SERVPRO technicians also improve the process by using the spray and wipe technique whereby we spray lightly or mist a cleaning product onto a surface before wiping with a dry cleaning towel. 

Wiping areas caked with layers of residue may not work, or if it does, you have to put in considerable elbow grease. The same happens when dealing with unique residues produced by fuel oil or protein fires. Agitation and the use of stronger cleaning solutions help remove such residues. In most cases, the cleaned surfaces require refinishing after removing all soils, so the use of abrasive cleaning supplies like steel wool pads is possible.

Cleaning processes can have adverse effects on the underlying material, depending on the physical traits of such materials. For instance, wood has cellulose, which readily absorbs cleaning solutions so you might succeed in removing soils only to end up with water damage. Cleaning processes such as agitation or the use of chemicals can damage a surface finish. 

 How do I clean small items after a fire?

Many small items, including kids' toys and fixtures such as chandeliers, require cleaning to remove soot or other residues they collect during a fire. The small size of the items, the shapes, and the hidden sections make cleaning such items challenging. Our SERVPRO technicians can help by disassembling utility items to simplify cleaning. We also use immersion techniques such as ultrasonic cleaning for non-electronic items. The cleaning system uses sound to form and implode millions of vapor bubbles instantaneously. The collapsing bubbles create energy that cleans residues.

How do I ensure there is clean residue-free air in the house?

The deposits that end up on surfaces move through the air. Although most settle on surfaces, some remain suspended in the air as particles or aerosols.  Air movements, especially from the HVAC system, can also re-circulate residues into the air. 

It takes different steps to ensure there is clean air in the house.  Ventilating the areas affected by the fire helps push out the residue-filled air. For the best results, the use of equipment such as axial air movers, which displace huge volumes of air, is necessary. Cleaning the HVAC system, especially if its blower was on during the fire or replacing filters, helps eliminate the recirculation of residues back into the indoor air. 

Sometimes, the problem might not be residues in the air, rather its bad odor. In case cleaning the house and all contents does not eliminate the bad odor, deodorization is essential. The simplest way to deodorize is to mix water-based deodorizers with the cleaning solutions to leave a sweet scent in cleaned areas. Our SERVPRO technicians can also help address serious odor issues by using advanced deodorization procedures such as ULV or thermal fogging. Such methods deliver a pairing agent or another type of deodorizer in an atomized form allowing deep penetration into materials for better neutralization of all odors.

The challenging process of cleaning fire-damaged property in Hamilton Township, Atlantic City, or Galloway is simpler with assistance from SERVPRO of Atlantic City / Hamilton / Hammonton. Call us at (609) 965-0885 to assist. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster. 

Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned – a defensive cleaning program

5/20/2020 (Permalink)

Table tent signs describing the Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned program on top of a wooden table. Our defensive cleaning program gives your business a way forward by providing your employees and customers ongoing safety and assuredness.

Let us help you get back to business

As our communities re-open in Hamilton Township, we’re all moving back toward a new kind of normal. The expectations of visitors, customers, and employees who come into our establishments have evolved, and staying safe and well is a top concern. The global COVID-19 pandemic has changed what it means to be clean, and we’ve developed a program to help your business meet the new higher standard of clean that is now expected.

Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned is a defensive cleaning program we’re offering to businesses and commercial locations to address the current COVID-19 pandemic. This proactive viral pathogen cleaning program goes well beyond janitorial or carpet cleaning. By choosing Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, you, your employees, your customers, and your community can rest assured that you’ve selected a higher cleaning standard – you are Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned.

Extensive training and specialized products

As the #1 choice in cleanup and restoration*, we stand on more than 50 years of experience and expertise to help your business become Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned.  Beyond fire & water, SERVPRO professionals are trained and experienced in biohazard decontamination and chemical spills – always adhering to the cleaning and decontamination standards set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local authorities. 

From formulating and creating our proprietary cleaning products, like SERVPROXIDE, at our headquarters in Gallatin, TN, to taking the utmost care while disinfecting, we will ensure you and your business are set up to inspire consumer confidence as the economy continues to reopen.

3 C’s – Consult, Clean, and Certify

When the stakes are this high, you want a partner who has developed an industry leading, proprietary training program, cleaning solutions, and remediation processes over decades. We’ve cleaned up some of the most challenging biohazards imaginable. Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned reflects our unique experiences and capabilities. The program is grounded with our unique 3 C’s: Consult, Clean, and Certify.

  • Consult – Every business is different, which is why you’ll be assigned a Cleaning Protocol Consultant who understands your business and will create a cleaning program to meet your specific needs. This program will be developed based on your business type, size of space, amount of high frequency touchpoints, foot traffic and congestion points.
  • Clean – Based on your specific business needs, your location will undergo a thorough, deep clean, using exclusive cleaning products, according to protocols set forth by the CDC. Our employees have years of experience, and we will go beyond the scope of work that regular janitorial staff perform. Cleanup procedures generally include cleaning of porous and non-porous surfaces, disinfecting of non-porous surfaces, cleaning and disinfecting of equipment, tools, and/or supplies used for cleanup process, and disposal of hazardous materials.  In the event of a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 event, we will be there cleaning within 24 hours to ensure you get back to business as quickly as possible. 
  • Certify - Once your business location has been Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, you will gain access to proprietary signage, digital emblems, and other collateral that communicates that you’ve selected a higher standard of clean available to help protect your employees and customers. And because we add the day, month, and year to that proprietary stamp of clean, your guests will know that not only did you choose Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, but that your location is being cleaned regularly at this standard.

Call today for a Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned consultation

We’re Here to Help – 24 hours a day, seven days a week – until life is back to normal in the communities we all call home.

Call SERVPRO of Atlantic City / Hamilton / Hammonton today at (609) 965-0885 for your Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned consultation.

* #1 Choice in cleanup & restoration based Commercial Attitude & Usage Tracking study. Polling 816 commercial business decision makers on first choice for future needs related to cleanup & restoration work. Study conducted by C&R Research: October 2019

Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned means professionally trained SERVPRO franchises perform the requested cleaning, sanitizing and disinfection services according to proprietary SERVPRO protocols and recognized industry and CDC standards with EPA approved cleaning products to deliver a SERVPRO certified cleaning experience.  Each SERVPRO franchise is independently owned and operated.

Flood Damage In Your Brigantine Home

5/17/2020 (Permalink)

Flooding Room With Blank Frame Hanging On The Wall Keeping control of both short-term and long-term harm is essential in flood restoration.

Is it Really Necessary to Perform Dehumidification after Removing Floodwaters from my Brigantine Home?

Dehumidification may be less Efficient than Pumping or Water Extraction, but it is Essential to Return a Home to its Pre-loss Condition. SERVPRO Incorporates both Emergency Mitigation and Long-term Protection in our Flooding Restoration Service.

When should I use dehumidification in a flooded property?

Flooding requires immediate attention and emergency mitigation. However, once the situation is under control, it is equally vital to employ proper drying techniques to reduce the long-term impact of flood damage in your Brigantine home. Dehumidifying a property can reduce the relative humidity and prevent secondary damages. It can also help to dry out building materials that may have absorbed large amounts of water. SERVPRO usually sets up a dehumidification system toward the end of a flood restoration once immediate concerns are under control.

What can dehumidifiers be used for flood restoration?

    •    To restore hardwood floors which may absorb excessive amounts of moisture during a flood and start to cup or buckle
    •    To thoroughly dry contents like upholstery and furniture
    •    For maintaining relative humidity below 60 percent and slowing potential mold growth while drying procedure is underway
    •    In larger spaces, large capacity dehumidifiers (LCD) can double up as air moving equipment

What type of dehumidification do I need to restore my home?

The most commonly used dehumidifiers are refrigerant dehumidifiers. These use cooling elements to convert moisture in the air into liquids. In flooding situations where there is a high probability of long-term exposure to moisture (several days), it may be necessary to use a desiccant dehumidifier. Desiccant chemicals remove moisture from the air using a chemical gel. They can also significantly lower the grain per pound (GPP) of an enclosed environment, which can be useful for restoring natural materials and furniture. Bringing humidity levels down below 40GPP can help to draw moisture out of woods and furnishings to dry them effectively.

Keeping control of both short-term and long-term harm is essential in flood restoration. Contact SERVPRO of Atlantic City / Hamilton / Hammonton at (609) 965-0885.

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How Can I Get the Fire Odor Out of My Area Rug?

4/26/2020 (Permalink)

fire damaged rug Facing fire damage and some odors? Contact the certified team at SERVPRO for effective fire remediation efforts. Call immediately for best results.

SERVPRO has the tools and knowledge to mitigation any size or type of fire loss in Brigantine properties

Many Brigantine homes have area rugs as an accent piece as part of the decor. They are a convenient and attractive solution for protecting floors and allow homeowners to change out the look of their room whenever they wish by merely replacing the rug. When fire loss occurs, area rugs can absorb smoke odors and require both fast action and extensive cleaning to have the potential for reuse. 

What Types of Cleaning Works on Smoke Damage to Area Rugs?

Many of the same tactics that work on carpet get used in the restoration of fire damage in area rugs in Brigantine homes. Before SERVPRO technicians work on a rug or carpet, they do the following: 

  • Test the carpet fibers to determine the construction materials 
  • Determine the potential for restoration of the area rug
  • Note any spots and stains that need addressing
  • Choose the best cleaning agents to handle the cleaning for the best outcome

The Rug May Have Water Damage Cleanup Needs

Copious amounts of water get used in the extinguishing of home fires in Brigantine. When the fire is active, the firefighters drench items and push them towards the middle of the room. Often these items wind up on the area rug. Once the technicians remove the items from the pile, they separate the things into two distinct groups: items with restoration potential and items that require disposal (with approval of the homeowner or adjuster). Water can leave behind spots on rugs, combined with fire loss; wet soot creates more significant cleaning challenges on fibers. The technicians choose cleansing solutions to allow any dirt or residues to release their grip on the threads. 

How Does a Subfloor Get Dried After a Home Fire?

When the items get saturated during the firefighting, it is not uncommon for seepage to occur into the subfloor. In the case of a fire in an upper story of a home, soot-tainted water may drip through to lower levels. The floorboards, tile, or carpet may need to get removed to dry underneath. When walls and ceilings wick water, they may buckle or warp and require removal. It is vital to open up wall cavities or drying and possibly necessitate the removal of the insulation within. If the detection equipment used by the techs identifies elevated moisture levels within the structure, steps get taken to dry it quickly. A combination of air movers and drying mats often results in the most favorable outcome for the subfloor. 

Addressing the Air Quality and Odor Control Issues After Fire Loss

Smoke has a distinctive, pungent odor that can spread throughout the home unless neutralized. The technicians have a diverse selection of odor eradicating equipment, depending on the level of scent reduction the property needs. During the entire mitigation process, it is not uncommon for the techs to deploy machines called air scrubbers that grab airborne motes out of the air and trap them in their internal maze of HEPA filtration

Odor control often needs multiple layers to eliminate fire scents in the home entirely. The reason is that the residues on surfaces can leave behind odors, and they need different treatment than airborne soot particles that also contribute to the smells in a home. Areas of the house with painted surfaces may not respond completely to cleaning, and in those cases, the techs apply a sealant to trap any odorous soot, and once repainted, no sign of the fire odor lingers. Hand cleaning surfaces with deodorizing cleaning agents work to lessen odors, and the application of thermal fogging or hydroxyl generators assist in the neutralization of any remaining residual fire odors.

Deep Cleaning for Area Rugs

Depending on the construction materials that make up the fibers of the area rug, the techs may choose different types of cleaning methods. Foam or other wet-based cleaners work on many types of rugs. For wool-based rugs, the potential for shrinkage or bleed may necessitate removal for cleaning in-house. 

Who Can Do Repairs and Rebuilding After Fire Damage?

Once the restoration services get completed, there are often repairs that need attention to bring the property back to its pre-fire loss condition. With their general contractor license HIC #13VH05086500, the technicians can:

  • Reinstall floorboards
  • Repair cut away sheetrock
  • Deep clean carpet and area rugs as needed for reuse
  • Repaint walls

Don't wait to clean up fire damage, call SERVPRO of Atlantic City / Hamilton / Hammonton at (609) 965-0885. The certified technicians bring decades of experience and advanced equipment for the best outcome from all types of fire loss. 

We're Protecting our Customers and Employees

4/23/2020 (Permalink)

Don’t let water or mold damage impact your property

During this unusual time, water and mold damage can still occur in your Atlantic City area business or home. We have implemented changes to protect our customers and our employees. These changes include increased cleaning and disinfecting of our office, our vehicles and our equipment. We have put in protocols for social distancing among all employees limiting interactions including individuals working remotely, staggered start times and limiting the number of employees in a vehicle. All field personnel will at a minimum wear N95 masks or respirator, nitrile gloves and safety glasses on all jobs. For the safety of the occupants and our employees we will be running HEPA filtered air scrubbers on all jobs. As experienced professionals with IICRC certifications in both Water Restoration and Applied Structural Drying, we can approach every water or mold damage scenario with the knowledge and confidence to overcome damaging effects.

Water Cleanup In Your Brigantine Home

4/17/2020 (Permalink)

water damaged home Whenever you need help after a disaster, you can reach our SERVPRO of Atlantic City / Hamilton / Hammonton team 24/7 at (609) 965-0885.

Post-Drying Cleanup for Brigantine Homes

Many Brigantine homeowners mistakenly believe that when a house gets dried successfully that this is where restoration and recovery work end. Our SERVPRO professionals have always gone above and beyond for our customers and their properties to make it “Like it never even happened.” This commitment means that there is a considerable volume of post-drying work to get done, including the cleaning of surfaces, contents, and affected areas of the house.

Cleaning up after a water loss incident might not seem complicated, but depending on the length of exposure time and the migration path of the damage, water cleanup in Brigantine homes could require multiple tools and products to complete. Much of the necessary work has been well documented and scoped as the drying efforts progressed by our crew chief. Using software like DryBook, we can monitor the progress of moisture removal and catalog damages that still must get addressed.

Residue Removal
Standing water can produce residues from any substance or contaminant that gets into that pooling thread. Once we have extracted surface water and utilized air movers and other drying tools to protect exposed materials, the surfaces of these construction elements might still show damage with the present residues. Agitative cleaning can break soils loose and wipe them clean with the use of our potent cleaning products.

Construction Cleaning
There are many instances where reconstruction might be necessary after a water loss incident, and our SERVPRO team can help with both in-house contractors to complete the work, and the pre-job cleaning and debris removal after the work gets done.

Content Management
The contents of your home are a valuable addition to the residence, and what makes a structure your own. Protecting these belongings might seem overwhelming or impossible when water damage is bad enough, but our team has effective on-site and off-site cleaning practices to protect these possessions whenever possible.

Cleaning is a vital component of the full restoration package that we offer our customers after a water loss. Whenever you need help after a disaster, you can reach our SERVPRO of Atlantic City / Hamilton / Hammonton team 24/7 at (609) 965-0885.

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