My Condo Has Water Damage, whom Should I Call?
Condo Owners in Marina Del Rey Should Call SERVPRO After Water Damage
Owning a condo typically means you outsource the upkeep of your property to a property management company who is on call to help you when accidents and mishaps occur. However, you can always act on your own should a pipe burst or an appliance leak all over your floors. Calling a professional service as quickly as possible is the first step towards a successful restoration process.
Thankfully, our SERVPRO crew is available to condo owners facing water damage in Marina del Rey. Our technicians are available 24/7 to meet your needs; all you need to do is call our hotline and invite us into your home. As experts in our field, we understand the intricacies of extracting water and drying your condo while keeping in mind building guidelines and neighboring properties.
Is air-drying my condo enough after a pipe break?
Air circulation is undoubtedly an essential component of effectively drying your property after a water incident, but it may not be enough. Our SERVPRO crew carries the latest in technology to monitor moisture levels in your home, including infrared moisture meters. By tracking the humidity in each area of your home, we can determine where we need to concentrate our efforts. To encourage the elimination of water, we may use one or several of the following:
- Air circulators
- Injecti-dry technology
- Wand extractors
Along with pumps and other techniques available to our team, we apply industry best-practices to minimize your losses in terms of time and money. For more extreme cases where the cost of restoration exceeds its benefit, our SERVPRO technicians are ready to remove any objects while observing local guidelines and ordinances.
SERVPRO of Marina del Rey/ Westchester/ El Segundo is your ally whenever there is a water incident in your house or condo. Call us at (310) 333-0654 and place your trust in our expertise. Together we can leave your home, "Like it never even happened."
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