Taylorsville Funeral Home Survives Water Damage
Water Damage To A Funeral Home
A town relies upon its funeral homes, needing their services especially in times of disaster. Like any business, however, a funeral home can suffer from roof leaks, pipe breaks, or other ways water intrudes and damages property. Restoration professionals help put the business back to rights and serve to preserve access to a critical service community members need.
Elegant and historical, the classic architectural lines of your family mortuary mask water damage that threatens this Taylorsville institution. Aging pipes slowly leaked, discoloring plaster and causing paint to peel. Bulges in the ceiling tiles reveal the problem grows incrementally. An inspection by our experienced project manager pinpoints areas of concern. We outline the steps needed to restore this place where treasured memories and celebrations of lives occur to its previous glory.
SERVPRO technicians use sophisticated technology to locate leaks and pockets of water causing the evident damage. Arrangements for repair of the older plumbing infrastructure take initial precedence. Then our team begins the work of removing residual water and reducing moisture in the structure and contents of your funeral parlor. Pumps and extractors pull water out, operated by certified technicians to avoid further damage to your property.
We take precise measurements of moisture levels to establish drying goals. Then we position powerful air movers and dehumidifiers to reduce moisture in walls, ceilings, and floors to normal levels. Carpeting and furnishings saturated by water receive expert attention including evaluation as to whether any mold damage is present. Moldy materials may need to be removed and replaced, but we focus on restoration of all other items so the community can turn to you in their time of need. Restoration is less time consuming and costly than tear out and replacements, thus much less disruptive to your essential business.
SERVPRO offers document restoration services as part of our water damage recovery options. Business or client records damaged by the leaking plumbing often respond well to a freeze drying method also called lyophilization. We work with you to determine which articles may profit from this relatively costly process. An inventory of items removed is created and maintained as we work through your documents.
Keep your doors open for the families and loved ones who need your services when SERVPRO of Alexander & Caldwell Counties restores water damaged areas of your funeral home. Call us at (828) 396-1070 to arrange for a consultation.
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