Washing Machine Malfunctions Can Flood Your New Orleans Residence
Washing Machine Malfunctions Can Flood Your Home
Many homeowners throughout the New Orleans area are familiar with the possibility of disasters like flooding striking at any time throughout the year. With the potential for hurricanes and severe weather systems, residents remain on high alert for the conditions to get met to pose this level of threat to their residence. Unfortunately, this risk is not the only kind of flooding that can occur in your house.
The washing machine in your home got designed to make your life easier. As this appliance ages, however, it can begin to degrade and malfunction in unexpected ways. Even something as basic in the machine as a bushing around the drum or a damaged water level sensor can lead to the need for water removal services for your New Orleans house.
The critical thing to remember among a current disaster like this is to act quickly to secure the help you need to restore the damage. Our SERVPRO professionals can respond rapidly to the problem, which can help you to mitigate losses while the initial assessment of the damage occurs. Our technicians can also cut off the water supply to the appliance if you have not already done this by the time we arrive.
While we cannot fix the washing machine that allowed the mess to occur, we can work quickly to extract and dry the affected areas. Our thermal imagery can show our SERVPRO team present water pooling and dampness in spaces like wall cavities. These areas could get dried with specialized equipment like our injectidry system, but it might also require removal of portions of drywall or paneling to allow industrial air movers and dehumidifiers to resolve the issue.
In the event of substantial water emergencies, you need to have a plan in place to protect your home from the damages it can sustain. The longer that you wait to resolve the issue, the worse it often becomes. Don't hesitate to contact out to our professionals at SERVPRO of North Kenner, Harahan & Lakeview. Our emergency response team is standing by now at (504) 468-3046.
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