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Property Damage Caused by Water

12/7/2022 (Permalink)

How can Water Damage Happen to Your Property?

There are plenty of scenarios where water can cause damage to your home or business and when something like that occurs it’s best to take action as quickly as possible. SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County is a trusted leader in the water damage restoration field. When you choose us to get the job done, we will complete it to your satisfaction quickly without compromising the quality of our work.

Water damage can happen due to a variety of reasons and in most cases can be impossible to predict. Pipe leaks can cause a significant amount of damage depending on where the pipe is located, if it is located behind a wall it would make it more difficult to spot until a large area is potentially affected. Appliances can also break and/or malfunction such as a supply line to a refrigerator or a washer machine. Dealing with most types of water damage situations can be difficult and a bit overwhelming when it comes to deciding where to start in regards to cleaning up and restoring it . This is where our services come into the picture.

Water Damage Restoration

SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County has a dedicated team when it comes to getting any property mitigation/restoration job completed. Many of our employees have years of experience that have been built up over time from being out in the field and training that is ongoing, since there are always new solutions being implemented. We have access to top of line equipment that lets us dry an area quickly and effectively.

The first technician that arrives on site will perform a walk-through in order to determine the best approach and solution to tackle the problem. Once a plan is put into action the team will do whatever it takes to complete the job to your satisfaction. When the team is all done and everything has been finished it will be “like it never even happened.”

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