When Leaky Appliances Cause Water Damage To Your New Orleans Home, Call Our Crew At SERVPRO!
SERVPRO Knows How To Handle Leaky Appliances In Your New Orleans Home
What is dry? Dry does not mean the same thing in your New Orleans home as it means in the Nevada desert. Different areas have different needs and challenges. SERVPRO has dedicated specialists to handle your unique needs as soon as you spot a leak in your home. We’re Faster to Any Size Disaster!
Water damage in your New Orleans home from broken appliances can really stress you out. SERVPRO of North Kenner, Harahan & Lakeview can send out technicians quickly to assess and mitigate your problem. Our advanced technology and ongoing education help make us an industry leader.
First, we'll do an inspection of the problem area and an assessment. Our dedicated staff is IICRC certified, and we practice ongoing education to keep on top of any new information and techniques in damage restoration.
Next, we will move your belongings to a dry area and clean up any standing water. Our experts will work with your insurance adjuster to help keep costs low while we work to mitigate the spread of the problem within your home. Ongoing damages can affect your home if the water is not cleaned up quickly.
We will set up dehumidifiers and air movers in your home. In winter you may need extra heaters brought in to hasten the process. Lastly, we will clean up and restore any damaged areas. We can help restore furniture as well if you need it.
We have specially trained technicians who handle deodorizing your home, so you don't have to worry about lingering smells associated with damp floors and walls. As an industry leader in cleaning and restoration, we take pride in our work. We want you to feel, “Like it never even happened,” so you can be comfortable at home again right away.
No matter what time your appliances spring a leak, call SERVPRO of North Kenner, Harahan & Lakeview at (504) 468-3046. We're ready 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to help.
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