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Why Should I Choose a Mold Remediation Company that Carries Out Moisture Testing?

9/14/2020 (Permalink)

sign for mold fungus mildew When Water Leaks Lead to Mold Damage in Your Mount Kisco Home--Contact SERVPRO for Superior Remediation

Mount Kisco Residents Want to Reduce the Chance of Mold Returning

Nobody in Mount Kisco wants to deal with fungal growth in their home. Fungi can smell terrible, can damage drywall and stucco, looks unsightly, and can even cause health effects. However, dealing with minor disasters and getting repairs is part of being a homeowner. The best move is to hire a professional when you need them.

If you are looking for a mold remediation company in Mount Kisco, choose a firm like SERVPRO that understands how to search for hidden sources of moisture. To understand why this is so important, you must first know how and why mold grows and spreads.

What is mold?

Mold is a naturally-occurring fungus that is present throughout nature. Fungi do not obtain energy from sunlight as plants do – instead, they metabolize the material they live on. Mold is necessary for outdoors because it helps break down decaying organic matter, such as dead plants. However, mold can also travel indoors, and you do not need it in your home.

How does mold spread?

One of the things mold needs to form new colonies is fresh mold spores. If you have fungi growing in your home, spores can break away from the colony and travel through your house. Spores can hitch a ride:

  • On clothes and shoes
  • On shopping bags
  • On pet fur
  • On air currents or through HVAC systems

Mold can enter your home from outside, and if you have a colony in your home already, the spores can spread from there and find new places to grow.

How does mold grow?

Mold needs several things to propagate:

  • Mold spores
  • Organic material to feed on – in your home that includes paper, wood (cellulose), wool, cotton, and drywall
  • Warm, dark conditions – mold often grows in bathrooms, laundry rooms or basements
  • Oxygen
  • Moisture

Given the right conditions, most molds can start growing within 48 hours. Certainly, a good reason to call SERVPRO of Northern Westchester County at the first sign of fungus in your home. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster, and the sooner you get us, the sooner we can commence mold remediation.

How can I make it harder for mold to grow?

There are some things you cannot control, and some things you can. Let us consider the above list and see what is controllable.

Because mold spores are naturally occurring, you cannot prevent them from entering your home, but with a well-maintained HVAC system, with HEPA filters, you can minimize spore circulation.

You cannot remove all possible food sources, because that would mean no textiles, no wood, no cotton, and even no wallpaper or drywall! You cannot keep every part of your home brightly lit at all times, either.

Mold likes warm places, and you cannot keep your home uncomfortably cold to prevent fungal growth.

However, one thing you can often control is the presence of moisture. SERVPRO can test moisture levels and help dry your home.

Why is moisture assessment necessary?

Not every source of moisture is visible. Perhaps you noticed water pooling in the corner of your basement or around the bathroom faucets and a mold colony nearby. But you cannot tell if there is moisture hidden behind fixtures or fittings, or whether the damp seeped into a wall or baseboard.

Moisture testing gives a fuller picture of the situation, which means more effective remediation.

What moisture testing equipment does SERVPRO use?

We equip our teams with several kinds of moisture testing equipment.

Moisture meters measure the moisture content of various types of material, such as wood or gypsum. Most meters are calibrated for wood, and we can use that scale to compare the relative levels in different kinds of material. Penetrating moisture meters pierce the material and use electrical conductivity to read the levels, while non-penetrating meters use conductivity, capacitance, or radio signals.

We use moisture sensors for carpet and carpet pad. They pierce through the material to check if water has reached the sub-floor underneath.

Thermo-hygrometers measure the relative humidity and temperature of the air to compare readings between areas affected by mold, and those not affected by it.

Thermal imaging cameras measure the temperature of building materials, which helps us build a picture of how moisture has traveled throughout the material.

Detection equipment lets us look beyond visible mold colonies and assess the situation thoroughly.

What can SERVPRO do about moisture?

Once we have uncovered the presence of moisture, it is essential to take action to reduce it. Reducing and then eliminating water drips and leaks make it harder for mold to come back.

We use air movers and dehumidifiers to dry out the area, including carpets and textiles. We continue to monitor moisture levels while we work to ensure everything is properly dried.

We can also recommend repairs or other steps to reduce moisture in the area.

 If you need a mold remediation company with the right tools and expertise, call SERVPRO of Northern Westchester County at (914) 241-8100.

What Should I Look for When Selecting a Fire Restoration Technician for my Business?

9/8/2020 (Permalink)

smoke filling room; open drawers shown Smoke and soot can damage your business as much as the flames. SERVPRO knows how to clean the damage.

Certified Fire Restoration Technicians are Essential to Restoring your Business in Mount Kisco

If your Business in Mount Kisco has fire damage, your need to vet the restoration company you choose based on its training and credentials. As overwhelming as the restoration may seem, a reputable team can break down the steps towards repairing your space and mitigating the fire's impact. When flames ravage your business, the sooner you can get a team to coordinate with insurance needs and allow you to resume operations in some capacity, the less exposure you'll have. 

Before you embark on fire damage restoration efforts in Mount Kisco, select SERVPRO and our certified group of technicians. The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC) is the certifying body in our industry, and our team learns from its experts regularly. We are well-versed in the theory of fire and the cleaning of surfaces and specialty drying solutions through our training. This knowledge is necessary to treat your Business after the flames, and the ensuing water is spread throughout.

What should I know in preparation of an efficient fire restoration process?

You can rely on our SERVPRO staff's expertise during the fire restoration process, but it doesn't hurt to have some familairity of what we do. As we consider the next steps, we consider the materials and the type of residue left behind. We also pre-treat each surface to ensure that abrasive cleaners will not damage them further. We may quickly discard some items beyond repair and move others to a staging area to clean and store them until it is safe to return them to their original spot. Among the cleaning methods we use, you will find the following:

  • Vacuuming which lets us remove large volumes of soot
  • Dissolving agents which help loosen deeply embedded residue for easier removal
  • Dry sponges which contain a chemical solution to help us remove oily residue

SERVPRO of Northern Westchester County prepares for fire emergencies of all sorts. Call us at (914) 241-8100 as soon as you can and enlist our help. As business owners ourselves, we understand how important it is to leave your workplace, "Like it never even happened."

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Summer Storms Caused Flooding in My Yorktown Heights Home – What Can I Do to Help?

9/6/2020 (Permalink)

overview of person standing on wood floor in a flooded home Flood damage to your property is hard to deal with and can cause great stress. Contact SERVPRO 24/7 for remediation and mitigation services.

Storm Damage in Yorktown Heights Requires Professional Water Mitigation Services

Yorktown Heights is a lovely location in Northern Westchester, NY. Farmland, rolling hills, and private residential areas make up much of the region. Summer storms can cause flash flooding that can damage homes.

What Can I Do After Flooding?

Flood damage to homes in Yorktown Heights requires a professional water damage company to clean up the flooding properly. The best thing you can do when flood waters come surging through your home is to get your family to safety. Floodwaters are contaminated with such things as:

  • Dirt and debris
  • Bacteria
  • Viruses
  • Chemicals 
  • Medical waste
  • Dead animals and insects

This is known as black water and can be hazardous. It should not be entered without the proper Personal Protection Equipment (PPE). Our Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) certified team understands the risks. They are trained to mitigate the scene correctly.

What SERVPRO Does After Flooding

When our techs arrive on the scene after a flood, emergency mitigation is typically needed. Ensuring the building is safe is priority. This can mean tarping up the roof, checking for electrical concerns, and inspecting structural components. Water extraction is the primary concern once safety is assured. Our IICRC techs use industrial-strength pumps designed to extract water, which contains debris and trash. Other water remediation includes:

  • Drying the home with air movers, dehumidifiers, and industrial-strength fans.
  • Using antimicrobial and antifungal agents on the water and contaminated surfaces.
  • Removal and disposal of irreparable items.
  • Pack out services if necessary for content.
  • Cleaning and restoring your home and its content.
  • Leaving your home, “Like it never even happened.”

Flooding in your home can turn your world upside down. As homeowners with families, we understand what that can mean. You need as little disruption as possible. We take on the stress of restoring your home, so you have one less thing to deal with. Our expert technicians are available 24/7 to provide the help you need.

Contact SERVPRO of Northern Westchester County at (914) 241-8100 for professional flood damage service. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.

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A Fire in My Attic! Now, What Should I Do?

8/24/2020 (Permalink)

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For Fire Damage Restorations Services Inside the Attic in Your House in Yorktown Heights Call SERVPRO

The attic inside your Yorktown Heights home can contain heating vents and electrical wires, which could become the source of a small blaze. Even if the fire in your attic does not burn a large number of your structural components, issues can still arise. The smoke coming from the burnt materials can cause soot residues and foul odors to exist.

How do you determine what items in my house got affected by the fire?

As a part of fire damage restoration in Yorktown Heights, our SERVPRO technicians start the process by inspecting your entire house for the presence of charred materials, soot residues, and foul odors. We start examining from the source of the blaze and then work from there and then into other areas of your home. Depending on the rigor of the fire, we may find that sections of your ceilings or roof trusses got burnt bad enough to where they have to be removed and replaced. If there are no building materials that got charred significantly, then we can access your attic and decide what we can do to remove stored contents along with the residues to help expel unpleasant aromas.

How can you remove residues and foul odors from my attic?

  • Remove Surface Charring: If there is charring on your roofing trusses or other wood inside your attic that is less than a quarter-inch deep, then we can sand off the burnt materials.
  • Another method is to use dry-ice blasting--rasping the slight charring with pressured pellets--and no water to exacerbate the damage
  • Remove Damaged Insulation: If the insulation inside your attic comes into contact with smoke or gets burnt, then we can remove and replace it so that the materials are not the source of foul odors.
  • Seal Wooden Structural Components: After the charring gets removed from any affected wood in your attic, we can spray the areas with a specialized sealant paint to seal in any burnt smells.

If you have a fire start inside your attic, call SERVPRO of Northern Westchester County at (914) 241-8100 24/7.

My Yorktown Heights Home Has Water Damage From A Burst Pipe – How Fast Can You Get Here?

8/20/2020 (Permalink)

Close up of water flooding on living room Our expert technicians work hard to restore your home and make it “Like it never even happened.”

If You Need Prompt Water Damage Restoration in Yorktown Heights, SERVPRO is Faster to Any Size Disaster

Whether your home’s pipes under the kitchen sink burst or your bathtub overflowed, it is vital to get prompt and professional cleanup. Our water mitigation team in Yorktown Heights has the professional-grade tools and equipment to handle any water intrusion. SERVPRO’s water restoration technicians (WRT) are on call around the clock and seven days a week.

How Quickly Can You Start?

Once you call for emergency services, our crews get dispatched as quickly as possible. You should never delay getting hold of a professional water damage restoration company in Yorktown Heights. Immediate water mitigation is essential to prevent secondary damage from occurring. SERVPRO features the latest methods for restoration and advanced technology that ensures you get the fast cleanup you need. Upon arrival at your home we:
    •    Do a detailed scope to ascertain the cause and extent of the damage.
    •    Put together a mitigation plan.
    •    Use water extractors and powerful pumps to remove standing water.
    •    Look for hidden moisture with the use of moisture sensors and moisture meters.
    •    Restore your home to optimal relative humidity levels using industrial fans, air movers, and dehumidifiers.
    •    Use controlled demolition to remove unsalvageable areas and structural elements.
    •    Clean and restore the content of the room or home. This process may mean relocating it to our warehouse for cleaning and restoration.
    •    Deodorizing, disinfecting, and sanitizing with EPA-registered products.

This list is just part of the thorough and detailed cleanup and restoration that takes place at your residence. We work alongside your insurance company and strive for minimal disruption to you.

Why Can’t I Clean Up Myself?

If you came in from work to find your kitchen flooded from a burst pipe under the sink, there are certain things you want to do right away. Turn the water off at the valve. Begin removing as much standing water as you are able while waiting for SERVPRO to arrive. Turn off breakers if there is anything electrical near the water. If you have tables and chairs in the water, move them out of the room or place them on blocks.

What you most likely can’t do is get all the water off the floor. It seeps under the floor and behind cabinet walls. If the flooding happens on the second floor, it can travel into the ceiling and the levels below. Hidden moisture can sit there and quickly become a problem. Our Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) certified technicians use moisture sensors, probes, and infrared cameras to find hidden pockets of moisture. This ensures that as much water gets removed as possible.

Why Is Immediate Mitigation Necessary?

You would be surprised how quickly the content of your home can become damaged from a water intrusion. If you had a small bookcase in your kitchen with your favorite cookbooks, they could become soggy within minutes. The pages start to weaken, stick together, and the ink spreads. Within a few hours, the wooden table legs begin to transfer stain, paint, or varnish on to the carpet or flooring. Depending on what textiles are made of, they can shrink or stretch, and the dye can bleed onto whatever the material is up against. Electrical devices can short out, and the risk of shock is possible.

The First 24 Hours

If left unattended, the water damage continues to spread. Every minute that passes is a minute that inflicts harm on your home and your possessions. The following can happen if the water is allowed to remain for twenty-four hours:

    •    Laminate flooring starts to disintegrate and peel.
    •    Carpet absorbs more and more water. It can begin to stretch. Carpet fibers weaken when wet. Delamination can happen.
    •    Particleboard and pressed wood items to commence to warp and swell.
    •    Ceiling tiles and drywall begins to bulge. It can start to crumble and break down, which can be a safety hazard.
    •    Collected water can force a structural breakdown.
    •    The insulation between the walls starts to compress and becomes packed down.
    •    The potential for mold and mildew increases.
    •    Metal can begin to corrode.
    •    Musty smells can permeate the home.

The damage just increases as time passes, which is why you need immediate water mitigation. Our Green Teams understand the breakdown of material that happens. The potential for loss and the need for replacement increases. That is why we work tirelessly around the clock. Disasters, big or small, do not happen at your convenience.

As homeowners, we understand how essential your home is to you. Getting things back to normal is what you want and what we want for you. Our expert technicians work hard to restore your home and make it “Like it never even happened.” Contact SERVPRO of Northern Westchester County at (914) 241-8100 for fast water mitigation.

How Quickly Can My Business Recover from a Major Fire in Mount Kisco?

8/13/2020 (Permalink)

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SERVPRO Technicians Work to get your Business back up and Running as Quickly as Possible.

Every fire has its characteristics in terms of the amount of damage from the actual fire vs. damage from the efforts of the firemen in quelling the fire. The fire department's objective in Mount Kisco is to suppress the fire while minimizing adjacent damage and keeping everyone safe. During the process, there is often lots of collateral damage caused by the water used to ensure that embers are not lingering inside walls and cavities.

SERVPRO is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We can usually be on-site in less than four hours to assess the damage and begin mitigation efforts to minimize further damage from wet materials and weather situations after a fire incident in Mount Kisco. Once we evaluate your premises' condition and develop a plan in conjunction with you and the insurance company, our team can immediately implement the plan to put you back in service as quickly as possible.

Can You Coordinate Trades People During Restoration?

Initially, we remove damaged building materials and the contents, then cleanup and drying, as well as deodorization, can begin. SERVPRO can also manage local Mount Kisco tradespeople to restore the building to its original condition. Restoration timelines are critical to ensure that your commercial operations are returned to normal as quickly as possible.

Smoke odors, water damage, cleaning of office furniture, and structural repairs must be organized and completed promptly. Structural restoration, installation of new flooring, and walls, along with electrical and plumbing repairs, must be completed in the correct order to minimize downtime and total restoration expenses.

We work closely with your team as well to keep them up to date. We understand that there are many activities associated with restarting commercial operations, including alerting customers and suppliers to enable a successful restart of your business operations.

Call SERVPRO of Northern Westchester County at (914) 241-8100 to assist with your emergency fire damage and restoration needs.

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Who Can Help Repair Damage Caused by Flooding in My Yorktown Home?

7/31/2020 (Permalink)

flooded bedroom with pillows floating Flash floods can damage your home in ways that you cannot even see. Call SERVPRO for flood damage remediation done right.

Homeowners in the Yorktown Height Area Know That SERVPRO is the Company to Call when Restoration and Cleanup from Flash Flooding is needed.

With the large bodies of water located in the Yorktown Heights area there is always a chance of severe damage, caused by storms, happening to homes. Flash flooding therefore can be a major issue to many Yorktown Heights residents, especially when there is a torrential downpour or a home is located in an area prone to runoffs. SERVPRO knows this and has experts on hand that can deal with any damage and restoration that is needed.

Flooding can begin quickly and spread through the home at a rapid speed. The experts at SERVPRO are trained to deal with this situation. We offer 24-Hour Emergency Service so that whenever disaster strikes you can be sure that someone will be available to help you. We also guarantee that we are Faster to Any Disaster, the faster flood water is dealt with, the less long-term problems you will have to address in the future. There are several services we offer to deal with flood water problems and restoration, they are listed below.

  • Overview of Storm & Flood Services
  • Storm and Water Damage Tips
  • Disaster Recovery Team
  • Water Restoration Process
  • Taking Care of Your Belongings
  • Mold Remediation
  • Sewage Cleanup
  • Carpet Cleaning
  • Odor Removal
  • Building Services
  • Storm Damage to Commercial Property

All of the services listed above give the team at SERVPRO an effective plan to follow in restoring homes when flash flooding and storms damage local homes.

Any damage, big or small, should be seen as soon as possible to prevent extensive problems. So, when flooding happens call, (914) 241-8100 and talk to SERVPRO of Northern Westchester County without delay! A team of experts will clean and restore every home with the care they would give their own.

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How Do I Minimize Inconveniences After Fire Damage At My Yorktown Heights Home?

7/25/2020 (Permalink)

A kitchen fire destroys a home Call SERVPRO of Northern Westchester County at (914) 241-8100 to help. We’re Faster to Any Size Disaster.

SERVPRO Helps Evaluate the Level of Damage To The Yorktown Heights Property Determining The Best Ways to Handle Renovation

Fire can start any time at your property, sparked by unattended cooking or electrical faults, among other things. When such an incident happens, you have to worry about the repair costs as well as the inconveniences that you have to face as you renovate. Highly trained crews from SERVPRO quickly respond when notified about fire incidents in Yorktown Heights properties and can help find ways to minimize inconveniences.

What typical inconveniences develop after fire damage in Yorktown Heights?

    •    Heavy soiling leaves items unusable
    •    Discomfort due to smoky or particulate-filled air
    •    Unexpected openings such as shattered windows

Although the combustion process manifests physically, it is a chemical process that consumes materials and also produces various byproducts, which spread throughout the property. For instance, smoke is driven by convectional currents to colder areas within the house depositing soot on open surfaces and enclosed spaces. In the aftermath of a fire incident in Yorktown Heights, you might need to seek alternative accommodation since it might be dangerous or uncomfortable to stay in the damaged house. Venturing into the property can also cause additional damages, such as spreading residues to unaffected areas.

Are there ways to reduce the inconvenience?

Each incident presents different circumstances depending on the intensity of the fire loss, layout, and size of the property. However, some actions, especially when taken in time, can help manage the inconveniences you face. Our SERVPRO crews help by taking actions such as:
    •    Expediting restoration processes
    •    Isolating affected rooms the rest of the property
    •    Moving items

Refurbishing a house affected by fire takes several steps. Even after a minor incident, there are surfaces to clean and contents to dry or move around, so it takes time. For the major incidents, the workload increases because steps such as demolition and reconstruction of damaged areas are necessary. Our crews help expedite restoration in different ways. For instance, we have more people and equipment to handle different restoration processes. Our extensive experience handling fire incidents helps us gain a better understanding of the loss at your property, thus eliminating trial and error approaches that waste time. For instance, we can evaluate items faster and determine what is salvageable and what requires immediate removal for disposal.

Is it necessary to move all items when restoring fire damage?

Moving items can help minimize the inconveniences by removing obstacles around the work area or by increasing the space available to perform various restoration processes. However, moving items is also an inconvenience. Some items, such as furniture or appliances, are heavy and bulky, while others are fragile.

Our SERVPRO technicians help assess the situation and decide whether the movement is necessary. We also determine whether to move items to offsite storage or within one section of the property. In some cases, we also bring temporary storage units to your property to help hold items safely as we perform the restoration. We have tools such as air sleds or dollies, and our crews are trained on the best ways to handle heavy items when transferring them, thus simplifying the movement process.

Can we continue occupying the property during the renovation?

Seeking an alternative place to stay as the fire damage in your house is fixed is perhaps one of the greatest inconveniences that you loathe due to reasons such as:
    •    The extra cost of alternate accommodation
    •    Safety of the damaged property
    •    Disruption of your daily routines

Moving out of the damaged property even after smaller fire incidents is a practical step for your safety and other reasons. Fires leave harmful aerosols and soot in the air, and inhalation can lead to respiratory issues. Structure issues can also develop due to deep charring of wall or ceiling frames, making it risky to continue occupying the house.

Our SERVPRO technicians can help you deal with the issues related to moving or occupying the house during renovation. If your insurance adjuster determines that you can continue occupying the house, we help perform emergency cleaning to make the property 'livable' during the restoration period. We clean utility areas such as the kitchen and bathroom. We can also seal off the affected area from the rest of the house. In case you seek alternative accommodation, we board up the property to secure it from weather elements and vandals, giving you peace of mind.

Fixing a fire-damaged property is never convenient, but assistance from a professional restorer can help lighten the load when restoring your Mount Kisco, Bedford, or Armonk home. Call SERVPRO of Northern Westchester County at (914) 241-8100 to help. We’re Faster to Any Size Disaster.

How Can I Return My Home to A Normal State After a Water Loss Incident?

7/8/2020 (Permalink)

cracked water pipe Need help drying your home after water damaged in your Yorktown Heights? Call SERVPRO to mitigate your problem.

Bring in SERVPRO to Extract the Water and Dry Your Yorktown Heights Residence

Outdoor flooding is visually frightening, but faulty plumbing can be just as devastating. The keys to restoring your Yorktown Heights home to its normal condition are to quickly remove water and lower the inside humidity (dry the house.)

Where Do Your Technicians Start in My Home?

SERVPRO water restoration in Yorktown Heights begins with pumps and other extraction devices. After drawing out the majority of the water, our technicians use two machines that remove water trapped in your home:

  • Portable Extractors work exceptionally well on upper floors and in tight places like closets. Some can even be worn as a backpack device with a tank to contain the vacuumed water. This device needs to be plugged into the home's electrical source or a generator.
  • Light Wands quickly draw water out of carpets and from between floorboards. These smaller devices may also have a heating element to begin the drying process.

Can SERVPRO Quickly Dry Out My Home?

Yes, a very efficient method is to introduce dry, heated air from outside the home. One of the machines technicians use is the Indirect Fired Furnace. It uses a heat exchanger to raise the outside air's temperature before a built-in fan pushes the air into the drying zone.

As it circulates throughout the zone, the hot, dry air absorbs the water from both personal and structural property. The airborne water vapor is then condensed with our bevy of dehumidification equipment.

How Do I Know that My Home's Interior is Dry?

We carefully monitor the drying process of the contents and structural members with moisture sensors and meters. We can compare these values to baseline measurements of items within the house, not affected by the water loss.

For more information or to schedule a service call, contact SERVPRO of Northern Westchester County today at (914) 241-8100.

How Fast Can I Get Help with Water Damage Cleanup?

6/25/2020 (Permalink)

"We can help" After your home suffers water damage, you need professionals to assist you with swift cleanup. Call SERVPRO right away! We are always available.

We Are Faster To Any Size Disaster – Call SERVPRO to Your Mount Kisco Business When You Need Prompt Commercial Water Damage Restoration Service!

Whether you have a retail store or a real estate company, your commercial space is crucial to your livelihood. Any water infiltration calls for prompt cleanup with professional-grade tools so that you never miss a beat. SERVPRO has water restoration technicians (WRT) on call so that we can deploy a crew as soon as possible to get started cleaning up your Mount Kisco business. 

Is it Possible to Limit the Loss?

Once a business has a water loss incident, it is easy to lose a great deal of inventory. Many companies attempt to clean up commercial water damage in Mount Kisco on their own, which often leads to secondary damage. Missing hidden pockets of moisture impacts building materials and brings on the potential for mold and mildew growth. SERVPRO features the latest restoration methods and technology, ensuring that you get the prompt cleanup you need to cut the cost of restoration. 

How Quick Can You Get to Work?

After you call for emergency service, we send out a crew as soon as possible. In many cases, we arrive in as little as four hours or less with our Green Fleet. Upon arrival, we:

  •   Perform a detailed assessment to determine the cause of damage 
  •   We start working right away to pull up standing water
  •   Moisture meters and moisture sensors allow us to find any areas that still contain moisture
  •   Drying equipment such as air movers, industrial fans, and dehumidifiers bring the interior of your business back to optimal relative humidity levels
  •   For any areas where building materials are unsalvageable, we remove them with controlled demolition methods
  •   Everything removed gets replaced and we clean and sanitize the area to make your business like-new once again

SERVPRO of Northern Westchester County is here when you need prompt, reliable water damage services. Call us at (914) 241-8100 to have a crew deployed to your commercial property!

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