When A Flood Strikes Your Tucson Home, You Need To Contact The Professionals At SERVPRO!
Rely On SERVPRO For Flood Damage Remediation During Tucson’s Unpredictable Monsoon Season
Tucson residents keep a wary eye on the weather from June 15 to September 30, also known as the Monsoon Season. Our typically arid climate experiences an average of about 6.1 inches of precipitation over roughly 107 days. Locations across the Tucson metropolitan area report a wide range of rainfall totals over the summer and early fall, and no homeowner knows if this season might present a significant water loss event.
The flood damage the Tucson community suffers during monsoons varies greatly. A couple of inches might pound one neighborhood while only a trace measures in the rain gauges a few miles away. If your number is up this year, be sure to have ours on speed dial. Torrential showers can flood through your home and damage roofs, windows, and siding.
Because the fallout from quickly building storms can include such a wide range of damage, you need a full-service disaster recovery team like SERVPRO. Our Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification-trained crews hold many certifications among our workers, with individual technicians often earning multiple specialties.
Our crews arrive as soon as possible after your call, ready to secure exterior damage with boards and tarps if needed. Commercial-quality gas-powered pumps and truck-mounted wanded extractors get right to work. SERVPRO trucks bring onboard power generators in case the storm knocked out the electricity, avoiding delays in containing and disposing of the flood waters.
Our management team evaluates the category of water filling the lower levels of your dwelling. Flood waters are by definition black or Category 3 water. SERVPRO is familiar with the regulations applying to hazardous waste disposal and pledges to handle the water removed appropriately.
The pathogens flood water contains poses health risks and also can support fungal growth that damages building materials. Once the flood waters evacuate your home, SERVPRO employees transition to cleaning and disinfecting with EPA-registered products. The final step in flood remediation is structural drying. Our skilled crew positions air movers and heaters to move moisture absorbed by porous structural components into the air as vapor, ready for capture by our high-efficiency dehumidifiers.
SERVPRO of Southeast Tucson / Sahuarita / Green Valley is ready to help with all aspects of monsoon-related flood damage in your abode. Call us 24/7 at (520) 648-7360 to schedule an assessment, planning session, and implementation by our talented team.
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