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Flooded Basement Cleanup in Portland

4/30/2021 (Permalink)

A flooded basement with items floating in water So many basements flood in the spring! If it happens to your Portland home, call SERVPRO for complete water and mold damage remediation services.

Forget the flowers: spring showers bring flooded basements! All it takes is one heavy rainstorm—or maybe an average rain that goes on for multiple days, or perhaps a series of storms. Whatever way it happens, too much water to be absorbed into the ground means it may find its way into your basement. And when it gets there, the property and structural damage can be overwhelming. You may even end up with a persistent mold infestation.

Minimize Basement Flooding and Water Damage Cleanup

Luckily, there are ways to prevent or minimize basement flooding, and ways to reduce basement water damage. Preventing a flood starts with making it difficult for water to get inside, and that starts with proper drainage.

Route Water Away from Your Home’s Foundation

Grading your property is key to preventing springtime basement flooding. Your yard should slope away from your home’s foundation on all four sides so that water doesn’t pool near your house. Take a look at your property after a rainstorm. Is water ponding next to your foundation? If yes, have your yard graded or do it yourself.

Next, focus on your home’s drainage system: your gutters and downspouts. If water spills over the edges of your gutters instead of flowing into the downspout, you’ll need to have the slope of the gutters adjusted. Clear your gutters of debris such as leaves to allow rainwater to flow freely. Once you have water flowing to your downspouts, make sure they direct the water away from your foundation. Place concrete or plastic splash blocks beneath the end of your downspouts to move water away from your foundation and out into the yard. Consider using flexible or rigid downspout extenders to move water even further away from your foundation.

If your home has any basement windows that are partially below grade, install window well covers to protect them from rainwater.

Keep Flooding Damage to a Minimum

If water does enter your basement, the best way to prevent a lot of damage is to quickly discover about the water and pump it back out.

You can detect water entering your basement by placing one or more water sensors at different locations on the floor. Depending on capabilities, the sensors will sound an alarm and/or send an alert to your cell phone—giving you a head start on addressing the problem.

A sump pump installed in your basement will help keep water damage to a minimum, although you’ll still need to dry and clean up your basement. As water reaches the sump, or pit, in which the pump sits, it will trigger the pump to eject the water outside. Be sure to check, clean and maintain your pump so that it’s ready to go when you need it. A battery back-up will keep the pump running in case of power loss.

Also, if you have a floor drain, make sure it is not covered and is clear of debris.

What to Do if Your Portland Basement Floods

If you do get water in your basement, you may be able to minimize the damage and handle the cleanup yourself. If you have several inches or more of water in your basement, however, cleanup and water damage restoration may be better handled by an experienced professional, like SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield. We know how to restore water-damaged possessions, appliances, furniture, flooring and more.

Be Safe When Evaluating Your Flooded Basement

Because a flooded basement can be dangerous, take some precautions before venturing to check and clean up the damage.

  • Start by turning off the electricity and gas to your basement, if you can do so safely. Or call a plumber and electrician—or SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield—to do the job.
  • A flooded basement presents slip-and-fall hazards as well as puncture risks, so protect your feet with sturdy rubber boots and your hands with thick rubber gloves.
  • Water-soaked furniture, boxes, etc. will be surprisingly heavy to lift, so avoid injuring yourself by lifting lighter loads and using your legs rather than your back to lift.
  • Another danger is that of a water-soaked ceiling. A wet ceiling may pose the risk of electrocution, so don’t turn on ceiling fans or light fixtures if you see water damage. Worse, if you notice your basement ceiling is sagging, stay out of the basement, since it could collapse on top of you.

Removing the Water

Once you can safely enter your basement, first try to find out where the water is coming from. Typically, it’s going to be a crack in the floor or foundation or around a window frame. If water is still entering your basement, use towels or rags to plug the leaks.

Check your floor drain if you have one and unclog it if necessary to allow the water to drain. Also keep an eye on your sump pump and clear out anything that may be blocking the float.

Now, begin removing the standing water. A wet vac is ideal to pull up water quickly, but towels, buckets and mops are also an option.

Drying Out Your Basement

Once you have removed the standing water, your next task is to remove all the water-affected or -damaged objects from the basement. Remember, anything that’s water-logged will be much heavier than you would expect, so be careful when lifting.

Your goal at this point is to completely dry out your basement within 48 hours. After that, mold colonies can start to grow. Unfortunately, you may not even see mold, because it can be behind walls and under floors, creating a stubborn mold problem that can affect your health.

Chances are high that if you have carpeting or other flooring installed in your basement, you’ll have to pull it up and trash it.

The best way to dry out all the moisture in your basement by yourself is to get the air moving. Throw open all the windows and doors. Run lots of fans to suck in fresh air and push out stale basement air. Run dehumidifiers to reduce humidity and speed up drying. You can even run air conditioners to drive down humidity, too.

Drying Your Possessions

All those objects that you removed from your basement must be dried out within that same 48 hours to prevent mold and mildew growth. This can be challenging, especially if the storm that brought the rain is still ongoing. If the storm has passed, you’ll be able to remove your wet items from the basement and dry them outside in the sunshine. If that’s not possible, take out as much as you can and, as in the basement, set up fans and dehumidifiers to move air and remove moisture.

Here are some tips to help you tackle the drying of your furniture and possessions:

  • Take objects out of cardboard boxes, discard the boxes and dry the items separately
  • Pick up wet books and magazines off the floor to dry
  • Hang up fabric, fur and leather
  • Remove and prop up cushions and upholstery
  • Place aluminum foil or wood blocks between furniture and carpeting to prevent stains

If you have any electrical appliances—such as TVs, tablets or computers—in the basement, they, too, may have been affected by the floodwater. It’s important that you do not turn them on—if there’s any moisture inside, they can shock you. Have all electronics checked and tested by an electrician before you use them.

Complete Basement Flood Cleanup by SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield

The do-it-yourself water-removal and drying-out processes described above are labor- and time-intensive—and offer no guarantee that all the water will be removed, all your possessions will be dried and cleaned, and no mold colonies will take over your basement.

On the other hand, with one call to SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield, you’ll reach the Portland-area experts in flooded basement water damage cleanup. Our proven water damage cleanup procedures have made flood recovery easier for so many homeowners in central Connecticut.

Our crew has the skill, procedures, products and tools to return your basement to before-flood condition. We’ll remove all the water and moisture quickly and thoroughly, which will speed your recovery from the flood. Quicker drying means less chance of a mold infestation.

We even make the insurance claims process easier and faster by coordinating with your insurer. Our digital inventory of your water-damaged furnishings and items (including photos) means your insurer has the most accurate information.

Once you call us with your flooded basement water emergency, we send our experienced crew to your Portland home ASAP, where they evaluate and begin containing the damage. The tested SERVPRO water damage remediation process means your home and property are restored quickly and completely.

  • Inspection/assessment: We evaluate the water damage in your basement and measure the moisture. With that information, we create a plan to dry and restore your home and property.
  • Temporary protection: If there is a risk of further damage, we cover or board up vulnerable parts of your home.
  • Water removal/extraction: Our powerful pumps and vacuum units quickly remove hundreds of gallons of water.
  • Drying/dehumidifying: With most of the water removed, it’s time to bring in air movers and dehumidifiers to finish the drying process.
  • Cleaning/sanitizing: We bring your water-damaged furnishings and possessions to our central Connecticut warehouse, where they are cleaned, sanitized and deodorized. On-site, your basement receives the same treatment.
  • Restoration: If areas of your home require repairs or reconstruction, we take care of that before returning your cleaned furnishings and possessions.

If Your Possessions and Furnishings are Water Damaged

SERVPRO tries its best to restore damage rather than calling items a loss, which means you’ll have to replace them. Our expertise and advanced methods can help you save money while preserving irreplaceable possessions.

We use our Contents Claim Inventory Service (CCIS) to provide you with a digitized and bar-coded inventory of your damaged items. In addition to speeding your insurance claim, CCIS allows us to track your possessions while they are being restored in our warehouse.

Once we determine which of your possessions can be restored, we use the appropriate techniques:

  • Dry cleaning: for light residues; can also be used to pre-clean before wet cleaning
  • Wet cleaning: best for moderate to heavy residues
  • Spray and wipe: for items too delicate to be wet cleaned
  • Foam cleaning: for fabrics that might shrink or bleed if wet cleaned
  • Abrasive cleaning: for more stubborn residues
  • Immersion cleaning: for items that can be submersed in the cleaning product

Electronics: Our electronics techs evaluate and clean electronic items—such as TVs, DVD players, tablets and computers—then open up, clean and inspect the devices.

Documents: If you stored important documents—such as legal or medical records, books, letters and photos—in your basement, they may have been damaged in the flood. SERVPRO knows how to restore many of these items and can digitize them, too, so that they will not be at risk in the future. 

If You Have Mold Damage

SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield can inspect your Portland home and property to determine if mold damage has occurred. We use advanced methods and sophisticated products and equipment to combat mold:

  • Containment: We use negative air chambers with negative air pressure to halt the spread of mold spores
  • Air filtration: Using air scrubbers and HEPA vacuums, we remove mold spores from the air
  • Removal: Mold-infested materials, such as drywall and carpeting, are removed and disposed
  • Cleaning: We clean and disinfect your damaged but restorable possessions, then deodorize them with foggers for deep penetration. We also treat your undamaged possessions with antifungal and antimicrobial treatments to prevent new mold colonies from forming

We’re Here for You

The team at SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield has specialized training and experience in water damage remediation, fire restoration services, natural disaster prevention, chemical cleanup, and natural disaster cleanup. Call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield (860.633.8791) any time.

When you have suffered a water or other disaster at your home or business, call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield today at 860.633.8791

Other Helpful Blog Posts

SERVPRO publishes educational articles on how to protect your home or business from disasters and how to deal with mold, fire, water, sewage, storm and other damage.

SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield
1408 Neipsic Road, Glastonbury, CT 06033

IICRC Certified
Ralph DiCristofaro 
Certified SERVPRO technicians
Call 860.633.8791 
24-hour emergency service

When you have suffered a water or other disaster at your home or business, call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield today at 860.633.8791

Cell Phones: Cleaner is Good for your Health

4/27/2021 (Permalink)

A cellphone The cleaner your cellphone is, the healthier you'll be. SERVPRO knows all about clean, so follow our tips to keep your phone germ-free.

Pandemic or no, it’s always a good idea to wash your hands frequently. In fact, one of the positives to emerge from the disruption of the past year is a greater emphasis on cleanliness for overall better health. Well, do we at SERVPRO have a public health message for you: your cellphone is a germ incubator.

In fact, a recent University of Arizona study showed that cellphones harbor ten times more bacteria than a toilet seat! (We’re sorry, but it had to be said.)

Think about it: you use your phone throughout the day, rarely thinking about how frequently you touch it, or what you touch before or after. How often do you use your phone, then pick up food? Or how often do you shop or pump gas or … you get the picture, and it’s not a clean one.

Avoid Cross-Contamination

A basic way to keep germs off your phone is to be more aware of what you touch before and after you use your phone. After you touch another object, if possible, wash your hands with soap and water. If that’s not possible, use hand sanitizer.

  • When eating: put your phone down while eating and wash your hands afterwards
  • Shopping and running errands: Keep wipes or hand sanitizer in your car and use them before picking up your phone
  • In the bathroom: does this have to be spelled out? N.O.

Disinfect Your Cellphone

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), you should regularly clean all high-touch surfaces in your home and at work. Obviously, your phone is a high-touch item.

SERVPRO is all about the clean. Therefore, we advise that you give your phone a wipe with a soft, dry cloth every time you return home. We also recommend that you disinfect your phone two to three times a week.

  • Use disinfecting wipes and soft dry cloths. Stay away from bleach, bathroom cleaners or other abrasive cleansers
  • Remove the phone’s case. Wipe the phone and its case with the dry cloth
  • Clean the phone and the case with wipes. Don’t oversaturate the surface, but make sure you wipe the ports and buttons
  • Allow the phone to air-dry for five minutes, then wipe it dry with a new dry cloth

Your Home or Business Could Use Disinfecting, Too

As the CDC says, all the high-touch surfaces in your home or business should be regularly cleaned: faucets, light switches, railings, and more. Last year, in response to the pandemic, SERVPRO created a new cleaning program called Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned. This proactive deep cleaning service uses hospital-grade cleansers, proven procedures and SERVPRO’s highly-trained staff to exceed CDC standards, assuring you that you have done all you can to protect the health of your family or employees and customers.

We’re Here for You

The team at SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield has the training and experience to quickly clean up and restore your home or business. Call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield (860.633.8791) any time.

When you have suffered a water, mold, storm, fire or biohazard disaster at your home or business, call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield today at 860.633.8791

Other Helpful Blog Posts

SERVPRO publishes educational articles on how to protect your home or business from disasters and how to deal with mold, fire, water, sewage, storm and other damage.

SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield
1408 Neipsic Road, Glastonbury, CT 06033

IICRC Certified
Ralph DiCristofaro 
Certified SERVPRO technicians
Call 860.633.8791 
24-hour emergency service

When you have suffered a water, mold, storm, fire or biohazard disaster at your home or business, call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield today at 860.633.8791

Get Ready to Welcome Back Your Customers!

4/23/2021 (Permalink)

A Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned shield on a business's door Your customers want reassurance that your store or restaurant is clean and healthy. A Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned shield says it all.

We are thrilled at the clear signs that the national and local economies are bouncing back from the effects of the pandemic! Central Connecticut business owners are eager to welcome back those customers who haven’t been comfortable shopping and dining in person since the pandemic hit in 2020. Still, living through such an anxious time has left many people feeling cautious about going out to retail businesses and restaurants. The steps you take now to reassure people can make a big difference in how comfortable they will be to walk through your doors again.

SERVPRO wanted to know if keeping business facilities notably cleaner would make people more likely to patronize a business, so we commissioned a survey* last year. The answer was a definite “yes.”

  • More than 80% of respondents want businesses to clean more thoroughly than they did prior to the pandemic
  • 71% want the stores and restaurants they visit to be cleaner than their own homes
  • 76% feel that the cleanliness of a business is a direct reflection of the overall management of that business
  • 70% of respondents seek to minimize exposure to the coronavirus when shopping or dining out
  • 64% are more likely to patronize a business that displays a “professionally cleaned” decal than one that doesn’t

Let Your Customers Know How Clean Your Business Is … Right on Your Front Door

SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield possesses deep experience in providing emergency services for biohazard cleanup and decontamination of commercial facilities. We are also your reliable source for routine commercial cleaning. With our experience, equipment, products, procedures and skilled staff, we bring a higher standard to clean to your business facility—especially now, when it matters so much to your customers.

As a complement to our established corporate cleaning services, SERVPRO launched Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned in 2020 in response to the pandemic. This new service for business and homeowners includes both preventative and post-pathogen exposure deep cleaning and disinfecting. Built on defensive pathogen cleaning methods, the new program far exceeds standard janitorial cleaning practices.

Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned is based on our 3Cs:

  • Consult: We interview you and examine your facility to determine your specific needs and create a tailored cleaning strategy
  • Clean: Using proprietary EPA-approved hospital-grade cleaning solutions, SERVPRO meets or exceeds CDC standards for cleaning and disinfecting
  • Certify: Tell your customers at a glance that your facility is the cleanest and safest possible with our Certified shield for your window or door and our digital emblems and other collateral for marketing

Welcome your customers back by showing them that you’ve done all you can to keep them safe and healthy by becoming Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned!

Help Is Here

The team at SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield has specialized training and experience in water damage restoration services, fire and smoke damage restoration services, biohazard cleanup and natural disaster prevention and cleanup. Call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield (860.633.8791) any time.

When you need deep or routine cleaning of commercial facilities, or if your business suffers a fire, water, wind, mold or biohazard disaster, call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield today at 860.633.8791

Other Helpful Blog Posts

SERVPRO publishes educational articles on how to protect your home or business from disasters and how to deal with mold, fire, water, sewage, storm and other damage.

SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield
1408 Neipsic Road, Glastonbury, CT 06033
IICRC Certified
Ralph DiCristofaro 
Certified SERVPRO technicians
Call 860.633.8791 
24-hour emergency service

When you need deep or routine cleaning of commercial facilities, or if your business suffers a fire, water, wind, mold or biohazard disaster, call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield today at 860.633.8791

*Proprietary study prepared by Message Factors, Inc. Results are based on experiences and perceptions of 1,000 consumers surveyed May 2020.

Fire Damage Remediation in Wethersfield, Connecticut

4/16/2021 (Permalink)

A house damaged by fire with a collapsed roof If you, like these Wethersfield homeowners, experience a house fire, call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield for start-to-finish fire damage cleanup.

When residents of Wethersfield, Connecticut experienced a major house fire, they reached out to SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield for fire damage remediation. The situation was urgent.

The fire had destroyed a large section of the roof and the finished attic room below it. Large portions of the home were now open to the elements after the fire and subsequent firefighting efforts. Roof debris and charred materials were all over the house's top floor, damaging items that hadn't been initially destroyed in the fire itself.

When faced with a fire emergency in your home, it can be difficult to know what to do first to protect your home and family. If your house has burned, your home and its contents may have suffered extensive fire damage, including smoke, heat and water damage. Fire may have traveled inside walls and floors, spreading hidden damage throughout the home. And anything that was sprayed by a fire hose can grow mold within 48 hours. Your house could even be at risk of collapse.

SERVPRO To the Rescue

The Wethersfield homeowners were facing fire, smoke and soot damage and weren’t sure where to turn next. They did a search for "quick fire damage renovation in Wethersfield" and contacted SERVPRO. 

The team from SERVPRO arrived onsite quickly and did a structural assessment of the interior and exterior. We removed the damaged portions of the roof, ceiling, walls and floors, then sealed the roof to protect the house against exposure. Next, we dried the water-damaged areas using drying fans, then did an extensive cleaning and deodorizing of the home, its furnishings and the homeowners’ possessions to remove smoke and soot. We finished by rebuilding and renovating the damaged attic room area so that it looks "Like it never even happened."

After SERVPRO finished the work, the homeowner could not believe the results. "When you see your home in such a bad state, it's hard to think about life ever getting back to normal again. The team at SERVPRO took charge in my time of need and made sure every last detail of their fire remediation services were to my satisfaction. I give them a 5-star rating for not only their professionalism but their thoughtfulness and kindness during a tough time."

SERVPRO Can Help After a House Fire

Recovering from a house fire in central Connecticut is a big job. SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield can fully restore your home and all its contents. SERVPRO’s experienced crew will arrive promptly to handle the restoration job from start to finish:

  • We start by evaluating the damage.
  • We clear out property that’s destroyed beyond repair.
  • We remove, inventory and store your property in our secure warehouse.
  • We use a range of techniques to clean your possessions of smoke, soot and water damage.
  • We perform construction to rebuild your home.
  • We coordinate with your insurer to move your claim along promptly.
  • Finally, we return your possessions, leaving your home in pre-fire condition.

We’re Here for You

The team at SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield has specialized training and experience in fire restoration services, natural disaster and storm damage cleanup, water damage remediation and chemical cleanup. Call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield (860.633.8791) any time.

When you have suffered a fire or other disaster at your home or business, call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield today at 860.633.8791

Other Helpful Blog Posts

SERVPRO publishes educational articles on how to protect your home or business from disasters and how to deal with mold, fire, water, sewage, storm and other damage.

SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield
IICRC Certified
Ralph DiCristofaro 
Certified SERVPRO technicians
Call 860.633.8791 
24-hour emergency service

When you have suffered a fire or other disaster at your home or business, call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield today at 860.633.8791

And Now a Word from Our Satisfied Customers

3/29/2021 (Permalink)

A thumbs-up sign We love making people happy! Read what our satisfied customers in central Connecticut say about our water and fire damage restoration services.

We work hard to be the best, most reliable choice for fire and water damage restoration services in the Glastonbury/Wethersfield area of Connecticut—as shown by our Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) certification and our Better Business Bureau A+ rating.

We are proud to earn many positive reviews on Google and other sites. Don’t take our word for it—here’s why our customers are happy with our service.

Like Inviting Family Over

“Thank you for all that you have done. … A small leak that we had for a while with our water heater turned into a large pipe break. The humidity trapped in the basement over the few years from ignoring the small leak had started a small mold problem, also. Working with SERVPRO really felt like inviting family over; they were there for us through the whole process.”

Love These Guys

“I love these guys! They have the right protection and responded so fast when my basement flooded. There was no way I was going down there after I saw that my animals’ excretions were floating around. These guys can handle getting down and dirty!”

Couldn’t Be More Grateful

“Our pool broke open, facing the basement door that was open. An unthinkable tidal wave hit our basement and we were in both shock and a little laughter. SERVPRO came that very afternoon and got to work faster than I have seen anyone! We couldn't be more grateful. Thank you, SERVPRO.”

Such a Good Job

“This last wind storm blew a huge tree down on my garage. The rain was ruining all my tools and stored furniture. SERVPRO came right out and cut the tree, in the rain! Boarded up the holes and added tarps to be double sure. They did such a good job! Thanks so much!”

Came Out Right Away

“I had a small kitchen fire and SERVPRO came out right away. They helped with the insurance and did a great job with the cleanup. Thanks, guys!”

First Company I Call

“SERVPRO is a very professional and reliable clean-up service, especially when it comes to water damage. Our first-floor toilet broke and leaked a tremendous amount of water into the basement. The ceiling was so bloated with water that part of it actually collapsed before I found it. It was a total mess, and had the potential to ruin my basement with mold. … Thanks to their thorough cleaning and report of all damages, I was able to relax, knowing that my basement wouldn’t become moldy. … I was very happy with SERVPRO’s service, and they will be the first company I call in the future.”

We’re Here for You

The team at SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield has the training and experience to quickly clean up and restore your home or business. Call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield (860.633.8791) any time.

When you have suffered a water, mold, storm, fire or biohazard disaster at your home or business, call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield today at 860.633.8791

Other Helpful Blog Posts

SERVPRO publishes educational articles on how to protect your home or business from disasters and how to deal with mold, fire, water, sewage, storm and other damage.

SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield
1408 Neipsic Road, Glastonbury, CT 06033

IICRC Certified
Ralph DiCristofaro 
Certified SERVPRO technicians
Call 860.633.8791 
24-hour emergency service

When you have suffered a water, mold, storm, fire or biohazard disaster at your home or business, call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield today at 860.633.8791

SERVPRO Earns a Top 10 Franchise Ranking

3/25/2021 (Permalink)

Entrepreneur Magazine Top 10 Badge SERVPRO emerged from a challenging year in a strong position. Call us when you need the best water or fire damage remediation.

In 2020, Americans endured the challenges of a worldwide pandemic and the subsequent economic upheaval; big changes to the way many people get work done; and new levels of isolation. Meanwhile, many parts of the U.S. experienced severe, record-setting storms and wildfires. And, we rediscovered disinfecting wipes and hand sanitizer!

SERVPRO, too, faced the challenges of a disrupted business environment. But, by responding to the new landscape with a proactive deep cleaning service, the SERVPRO parent corporation came out of 2020 in a healthy position.

“In 2020, SERVPRO franchises across the U.S. and Canada responded to numerous natural disasters, such as hurricanes along the Gulf Coast and East Coast and wildfires in the West. But it was the launch of SERVPRO’s new disinfecting and COVID-19 cleanup service that tested and proved the company’s resolve,” SERVPRO CEO Rick Isaacson said.

SERVPRO’s investment in this new service, called Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, helped the company and its 1,900-plus franchises thrive in a difficult year. That performance was reflected in SERVPRO earning a spot in Entrepreneur Magazine’s Top 10 overall franchise opportunities for the first time since 2016. And, for nearly the twentieth years in a row, SERVPRO was named the #1 cleaning and restoration industry franchise.

“SERVPRO’s #10 overall ranking is a result of the hard work our franchises, their crews, and our dedicated headquarters team put in while many businesses were not so lucky,” Isaacson said. “So many businesses were negatively impacted, slowed or closed due to the pandemic. When COVID forced much of the world to slow down or step back, our team stepped up and did what it took, whether that was cleaning businesses so they could reopen safely or disinfecting first responders’ vehicles—many of those at no cost—to give back to those working every day to keep us safe. We’re basically a first-response company, so we go in when everyone else is running out.”

SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield is one of four central Connecticut SERVPRO franchises owned and managed by Ralph and Noemi DiCristofaro. Thanks to their commitment to providing quality cleaning and restoration services and outstanding customer service, the DiCristofaro team has consistently ranked among the top SERVPRO franchises. No matter the challenges, the cleanup and restoration experts at SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield are ready to respond to your fire, water, storm, mold or biohazard cleanup needs.

We’re Here for You

The team at SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield has the training and experience to quickly clean up and restore your home or business. Call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield (860.633.8791) any time.

When you have suffered a water, mold, storm, fire or biohazard disaster at your home or business, call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield today at 860.633.8791

Other Helpful Blog Posts

SERVPRO publishes educational articles on how to protect your home or business from disasters and how to deal with mold, fire, water, sewage, storm and other damage.

SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield
1408 Neipsic Road, Glastonbury, CT 06033

IICRC Certified
Ralph DiCristofaro 
Certified SERVPRO technicians
Call 860.633.8791 
24-hour emergency service

When you have suffered a water, mold, storm, fire or biohazard disaster at your home or business, call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield today at 860.633.8791

Business Water Flood Damage Cleanup SERVPRO of Glastonbury / Wethersfield

3/22/2021 (Permalink)

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Business Water Flood Damage Cleanup SERVPRO of Glastonbury / Wethersfield

When you need business water flood damage cleanup in Glastonbury CT, you want professional SERVPRO service. When floodwaters enter your building, they damage your property and disrupt your business. Without immediate flood remediation and emergency water cleanup, the destruction and financial losses continue adding up.

Floodwater does more than saturate porous surfaces. Before water enters your building, it picks up dirt, sewage, and other contaminants along the way. Once inside your building, dirty water seeps beneath your flooring and soaks into your drywall. It contaminates everything it touches. 

At SERVPRO of Glastonbury / Wethersfield, we’re water damage restoration experts and we work fast. We remove the water, clean contaminated surfaces, and dry everything. Our industrial-grade equipment helps us work quickly to minimize the damage and decrease your business downtime.

SERVPRO Water Damage Cleanup Near Me

Floodwaters aren’t the only type of water that can shut down your business. Malfunctioning appliances and broken pipes send water flowing through your property. Extreme weather causes flooding when and where you least expect it. Water damages your walls and furnishings. It seeps into storage areas, offices, and retail spaces. It causes basement water damage, and it quickly destroys stock, equipment, and products for sale. 

Our local SERVPRO-certified professionals remain on-call to help you 24/7, seven days a week, all year long. We're here when there’s a major flood. We’re still here after CAT-response teams, and out-of-state water damage companies leave town. We’re close to you and your business. We respond rapidly to your flood damage and other emergency water cleanup needs.

Walkthrough and Inspection

During our business water flood damage cleanup in Glastonbury CT, we follow a step-by-step plan. Our process begins with a walkthrough. We inspect the flood-affected areas and determine your needs. We quickly establish a flood restoration plan in compliance with your specifications.  

Remove Undamaged Property

Our team does more than business water flood damage cleanup in Glastonbury CT. We also do our part to help you minimize your financial losses. We understand that commercial insurance policies exclude some water damage claims. Whether they provide coverage or not, we take steps to help you protect your property and minimize your financial losses.

That’s one of our primary goals when we separate damaged and undamaged property. We prevent contaminated property from damaging uncontaminated property by removing it to a safe, dry place. This helps you comply with your insurance policy requirements and it helps save you money. 

Water Extraction

Water extraction is a critical step of business water flood damage cleanup in Glastonbury CT. Walls, floors, carpets, upholstery, and other porous surfaces absorb water and remain saturated. They begin decaying, and they allow mold, mildew, and bacteria to grow. We use our extraction equipment to quickly remove the water and stop the deterioration. 

Dry Out 

When SERVPRO does business water flood damage cleanup in Glastonbury CT, we focus on removing all the water. Even a small amount of moisture allows bacteria, mold, and mildew to grow and cause potential health effects. We use industrial dryers to dry out residual moisture from wooden, carpeted, upholstered, and other porous surfaces. 

Dehumidification 

Dehumidification is our next step in business water flood damage cleanup in Glastonbury CT. Our dehumidification process removes the moisture that often remains in the air. Our precision calculations take into account the area, relative humidity, and temperature. These factors help us identify the correct number of industrial dehumidifiers, and they guide our placement for maximum effectiveness. 

Odor Removal 

Regardless of the source, floodwaters often contain contaminants that leave behind an unpleasant smell. The SERVPRO deodorizing operation removes these lingering odors. Our team uses industrial equipment and quality deodorizing solutions to scrub the air.  

Restoration Completion

When we complete our business water flood damage cleanup in Glastonbury CT, most locations require some degree of water damage reconstruction and restoration. We perform tasks such as drywall replacement, flooring replacement, and wall painting. We clean or replace carpeting, upholstery, draperies, and decor based on your designations.

Our salvage team removes unsalvageable property from your location. We retrieve salvaged items for required cleaning, repair, and refurbishment. We take care of the details and perform the tasks necessary to get you back in business.  

Contact SERVPRO of Glastonbury / Wethersfield

We’re your local SERVPRO of Glastonbury / Wethersfield team, and we respond to your emergency 24/7. Contact us for an emergency response to your business water flood damage cleanup in Glastonbury CT.

Frozen and Burst Pipe Cleanup in Glastonbury, CT

3/3/2021 (Permalink)

Water jets from a burst copper pipe If you have a frozen and burst pipe in your Glastonbury home, act fast to stop the water damage and call SERVPRO for complete water damage cleanup.

The harsh weather of February 2021 proved that even deep in the heart of Texas, almost any home in America can suffer frozen and burst pipes. We in Glastonbury, CT, are more than familiar with the vast water damage that a frozen and burst pipe can cause.

In fact, because our typical winter includes many below-freezing days and nights, we in central Connecticut live in homes that are constructed to withstand that kind of cold. That includes pipes that are relatively well insulated, which means they are less likely to freeze and burst. In the southern states, however, homes and pipes are not usually well insulated. That’s one of the reasons why the recent rare freeze caused so many cases of frozen and burst pipe water damage in Texas and throughout the south. So, Glastonbury homeowners, you may complain about the cold, but you, your home and your pipes are better equipped to handle it!

Still, pipes do freeze in Connecticut, even in March—and the damage can be even worse if you’re not at home to deal with it promptly. We’ve all heard horror stories of homeowners who return from a vacation to discover destroyed walls, floors, ceilings, furniture and possessions from a frozen and burst pipe that thawed out and spewed water. That kind of uncontrolled damage can require repairs, reconstruction and cleaning that costs tens of thousands of dollars.

The experts at SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield are prepared to respond to your frozen and burst pipe with the know-how, equipment and experience to help you recover quickly and completely from mild or severe water damage. We will handle every aspect of the cleanup from halting the water damage to restoring your structure, furnishings and possessions—to before-event condition.

The Science of Frozen and Burst Pipes

Because we understand why pipes freeze, SERVPRO can help you prevent burst pipe water damage. Read on for the story of how and why pipes freeze—and steps you can take to prevent that from happening and ways to avoid damage if you do experience a frozen and burst pipe.

It’s not rocket science that pipes—carrying water as they do—can freeze. And when the outside temperature drops to below-freezing for several days or even a single day, pipes in the home become vulnerable to freezing up, especially if they are located in unheated parts of your house, and are uninsulated or not well insulated. Particularly vulnerable are pipes located in:

  • exterior walls at the foundation of your home
  • cracked or damaged foundation areas
  • foundation entry points for cables and plumbing
  • basements or crawlspaces
  • attics
  • garages
  • sinks that sit against exterior walls
  • outside hose spigots

Most pipes that freeze and burst are traditional copper pipes. PEX piping, on the other hand, may freeze, but is much less likely to burst (unless you have a PEX-aluminum-PEX combination piping).

While the ice blockage is the root cause of a burst pipe, surprisingly, it’s not the ice itself that does the bursting. Pressure is to blame. The water begins freezing and forming ice inside the pipe, slowing then stopping the flow of water until the pipe is plugged. Intra-pipe water pressure can grow to be greater than 1,000 times the usual amount, or up to 2,000 psi.

That’s why the actual spot of the burst is not usually where the frozen blockage is, but somewhere downstream between the blockage and a faucet or fixture—that’s the water has nowhere to go. And what happens when the ice blockage starts to thaw out? As water starts to flow again, out it comes at the new hole in the pipe, at the rate of up to many hundred gallons of water per hour.

So, when the temperature has dropped and your pipes are at risk of freezing and bursting, what can you do to prevent a water damage disaster in your home? Plenty—and it starts with determining if you have a frozen pipe. Start by doing some detective work.

How Do You Know You Have a Frozen Pipe?

Naturally, finding pools of water on the floor tells you that a frozen pipe has already burst. If there are no puddles, some other clues can tell you that you may have a frozen pipe behind a wall or ceiling.

  • How is water flowing to and from your sinks and fixtures? Is the water pressure in the sink or shower suddenly reduced? Is the water from your faucet discolored—or is no water coming out at all? After you flush the toilet, does it fail to refill?
  • Do you hear dripping, bubbling or whistling sounds behind walls or within pipes? Can you smell different or unpleasant smells from drains? Do you see water stains or discoloration on a wall or ceiling?

If it’s a “yes” to any of these questions, start hunting for the frozen pipe. Focus your search on unheated areas of your home.

Turn on all your faucets one by one. If no water flows from any of them, you’ll know that the freeze is probably close to where the water supply enters your house. If one or more faucet doesn’t work, check for a frozen pipe between the main water line and the non-working fixtures.

Take a look at the pipe—you’re checking for condensation or frost, and if you see that, there’s your freeze. Don’t see any frost? Then run your fingers along the pipe to feel for a spot that’s noticeably colder than the rest.

Prevent a Leak

If the pipe is still frozen, you have a chance at preventing water damage from occurring. Start by shutting off the water at the main valve. (For metered (or “city”) water, look on one side of your water meter for the valve, typically on a basement wall. For well water, check the pressure tank for the shutoff valve.) Then, open up all the faucets to relieve pressure in the pipes.

If the freeze is in an exposed pipe, you can get to work thawing it, starting at the non-working faucet and moving back toward the blockage. Apply gentle heat with a hair dryer, heat lamp, portable heater, electric heat tape, electric heating pad—even towels soaked in hot water.

On the other hand, if the freeze is behind a wall, you can turn up the thermostat or aim an infrared lamp at the wall. Or, knowing you can patch it later, go ahead and cut an opening in the wall to let warm air circulate directly around the blockage.

When you’ve thawed the frozen pipe, you’ll have to check for leaks. Naturally, if you see or hear water running or dripping, you’ll know there’s a leak!

First, turn on the water at the main valve. Look and listen for running, dripping or pooling water, in which case, you should turn the valve back off. If there are no obvious signs of a big leak, check carefully for a smaller or pinhole leak by examining the previously frozen pipe. Check the pipe’s seams and joints both visually and by using your fingers to check for wetness. If you still don’t have a sign of a leak, try one more test. Turn on each of your faucets and observe the water pressure. Low pressure might mean you have a small leak in that pipe.

Deal With a Leak A.S.A.P.

You’ve determined that you have a leak, so here’s where you spring into action to prevent or at least minimize water damage. The idea is to seal the leak temporarily until a plumber or water damage restoration specialist can replace the damaged section entirely.

(Note: if you have standing water on the floor, you may want to quickly take two actions for safety. Turning off the electricity to your home will prevent a possible electrocution, and quickly mopping up the standing water will reduce the chances of falling—and can help avoid additional water damage.)

For large or medium leaks, the best option requires that you own a correctly sized circular sleeve clamp lined with rubber. If you don’t have that on hand, try rigging one by slitting a length of an old heater or radiator hose and sliding that over the leaky area. Hold it in place with a C-clamp, protecting the pipe with small blocks of wood to prevent further damage to the pipe.

For a small or pinhole leak, you can make a temporary patch by wrapping sturdy duct tape around the pipe.

Next up: get a professional water damage remediation company to your Glastonbury-area home to replace the pipe and clean up the damage to your home, furnishings and possessions.

How SERVPRO Cleans Up Water Damage from Frozen and Burst Pipes in Glastonbury, CT

It’s essential to get your frozen and burst pipe water damage cleanup started A.S.A.P. The longer water sits, the more it damages your house and possessions. It can soak into your home’s floors, walls and ceilings, increasing the chances that they’ll have to be replaced. Water and moisture can—in just 48 hours—allow mold colonies to begin growing, which leads to the need for even more cleanup. And, after the cold temperatures that caused your pipe to freeze and burst, it’s highly likely that many other homeowners in the Glastonbury area are picking up their phones to call water damage cleanup professionals, too!

Don’t wait: this is the time to call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield. We have years of experience, high-level training and the most up-to-date equipment and products. Our goal is to restore your home to its pre-damage condition as soon as possible.

SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield recommends that you file your insurance claim for the frozen and burst pipe damage as soon as possible. We will work closely with your insurer to accelerate the claims process. We even provide you with an inventory of water-damaged furnishings and items, including photos. Additionally, we may recommend that you temporarily leave your home while the loud and messy cleanup process is underway.

Our skilled crew will get to your home fast, evaluate the situation, and get right to work restoring your home, furnishings and property following the proven SERVPRO water damage remediation process.

Inspection/assessment: We inspect the damaged areas of your home and test to determine how much moisture is there. Then we outline a plan to complete dry out and restore your home and property.

Temporary protection: If needed, we use tarps and boards to prevent further water damage.

Water removal/extraction: With the damage halted, we use our powerful pumps and vacuum units to quickly pull out hundreds of gallons of water, helping to prevent more water damage and mold growth.

Drying/dehumidifying: With the bulk of the water removed, we measure temperature and relative humidity to direct how we place the air movers and dehumidifiers that will finish the drying process.

Cleaning/sanitizing: Next, we sanitize and remove odors from your dried and dehumidified home. Any furnishings and personal items that were damaged are cleaned, sanitized and deodorized in our central Connecticut warehouse.

Restoration: Finally, we make repairs or even reconstruct areas of your home, then return your cleaned possessions and furniture.

We’re Here for You

The team at SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield has specialized training and experience in water damage remediation, fire restoration services, natural disaster prevention, chemical cleanup, and natural disaster cleanup. Call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield (860.633.8791) any time.

When you have suffered a water or other disaster at your home or business, call SERVPRO of Glastonbury/Wethersfield today at 860.633.8791

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Emergency Basement Flood Cleanup in Wethersfield CT

2/17/2021 (Permalink)

Emergency basement flood cleanup in Wethersfield CT homes is usually an overwhelming task. When floodwater enters your home, Emergency basement flood cleanup in Wethersfield CT

Emergency basement flood cleanup in Wethersfield CT homes is usually an overwhelming task. When floodwater enters your home, it saturates everything. The water recedes eventually, but it leaves mud, debris, and odors behind. Floodwaters often contain sewage, bacteria, and harmful contaminants that make your family sick. If you wait too long to perform emergency flood cleanup, mold and mildew begin growing as well. 

At SERVPRO, we provide the basement flood cleanup services you need. We bring the equipment and the professionals to do the job right. We respond 24/7 to get rid of the mud and the mess so you can get back to your normal routine.

SERVPRO Emergency Basement Flood Cleanup 

When SERVPRO professionals perform emergency basement flood cleanup, we understand that timing is critical. Drying your home and property is the key to minimizing your financial loss, so we take each task seriously. Highly trained professionals respond when you call. We arrive with industrial-grade extraction, deodorizing, cleaning, dehumidifying, and drying equipment so we can do the job right.  We begin by assessing the damage and determining your needs.

Flooded House Clean Up Assessment

When water floods a neighborhood, each home’s clean up needs are unique. That’s why we begin each emergency basement flood cleanup in Wethersfield CT with a walkthrough and inspection. We sometimes identify areas that require black water cleanup and other specialty processes. We look for signs that indicate floodwaters soaked into your flooring or seeped behind your walls. Once we locate all of the affected areas, we work to return your home to its pre-flood condition. 

Separating Undamaged Property

We begin emergency basement flood cleanup in Wethersfield CT homes by separating damaged and undamaged property. Water doesn’t usually destroy everything. If you allow floodwater-soaked items to share the same space with undamaged property, you end up losing everything. We prevent this from happening by quickly removing salvageable property and restoring it as necessary. 

Water Extraction

After floodwaters recede, there’s always water left behind. We begin the dry-out process by removing the water with industrial-grade extractors. This often involves wet carpet clean up and water removal from wet fabrics, upholstery, and other porous surfaces. Because floodwaters often contain damaging soil and sewage, we realize that we can’t always save everything. 

Drying 

We use our drying equipment to remove any moisture that remains after we complete water extraction. When porous surfaces remain moist, mold and mildew growth. They release a distinct odor that drifts beyond your flooded basement to other parts of your home. Airborne mold, mildew, and other post-flood contaminants often irritate sensitive lungs and cause medical difficulties. We reduce the potential for harm by thoroughly drying all surfaces. 

Dehumidification 

Dehumidification is a key element of emergency basement flood cleanup in Wethersfield CT homes. When floodwaters take over your basement, moisture lingers in the air. It eventually settles into porous surfaces and encourages mold, mildew, and fabric rot. We remove the moisture with our comprehensive dehumidification process. 

To perform this final water removal step, we figure out room dimensions, relative humidity, and temperature. Our calculations help us determine the number of industrial dehumidifiers we need. It also helps us place the dehumidifiers in the best locations for optimum performance.  

Odor Removal 

When floodwater recedes, your home often retains a mix of odors. When dirty water, mold, mildew, sewage, and other scents combine, the smell is often unbearable. Until we remove the odor, it lingers in the air and settles into your upholstery and other porous surfaces. We remove these residual odors with industrial scrubbers, foggers, and odor-neutralizing solutions. 

Repair and Restoration

Restoration and repair are the final steps of emergency basement flood cleanup in Wethersfield CT. The SERVPRO team completes the projects we identified during our walkthrough. We may replace drywall, restore flooring, replace furniture, repaint your walls, or perform other tasks. We also salvage, repair, or replace your furniture and decor. 

Commercial Building Restoration

At SERVPRO, we also do emergency basement flood cleanup in Wethersfield CT commercial properties. We have the manpower, equipment, expertise, and technology. We can complete any flood cleanup, repair, and restoration job no matter the size. Our team responds to your emergency call 24/7. We work fast to minimize the disruption to your business.  

Contact SERVPRO

We are a locally owned and operated SERVPRO franchise. We have an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau. We’re committed to emergency basement flood cleanup in Wethersfield CT homes and businesses. When you call us, we respond immediately. We provide professional services for a low water cleanup cost. 

For more information about emergency basement flood cleanup in Wethersfield CT, give us a call at (860) 633-8791.

Leaking Waterline Cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT

1/16/2021 (Permalink)

Leaking Waterline Cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT Leaking Waterline Cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT

When you need professionals to handle your Leaking Waterline Cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT, SERVPRO is available 24/7. A pipe leak usually happens suddenly, causing water to leak throughout your home. A water emergency can occur because of an appliance leak, frozen pipe repair, or a busted copper pipe. No matter what causes your water overflow problem, it would be best if you had immediate cleanup and restoration to keep the damage from taking over your home. 

SERVPRO responds quickly to your leaking waterline cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT. When we knock on your door, we come prepared to get the job done. Our team uses industrial-grade extraction, dehumidifying, deodorizing, and drying equipment to do it right. We remove the water and do everything possible to prevent further damage. 

SERVPRO Busted Pipe Damage Cleanup 

SERVPRO responds immediately to leaking waterline cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT homes. We know that it’s essential to remove the water quickly to minimize the damage. Without proper cleanup, water soaks deeply into your upholstery, draperies, furniture, flooring, and other porous surfaces. Timely cleanup is the only way to minimize continuous water damage and deterioration. 

Inspection and Water Damage Assessment

Before we begin leaking waterline cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT homes, we do a quick walkthrough to assess your needs. We document visible damage and also look for hidden damage. 

Hidden damage sometimes occurs when water from a broken water pipe seeps into narrow openings, closets, storage areas, and wall interiors. Once we locate areas of damage, we establish a game plan for extraction, drying, dehumidification, odor removal, cleaning, and sanitizing. We also determine areas that will require restoration and repair. 

Water Extraction

We sort and separate your property to perform a more efficient leaking waterline cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT homes. We quickly sort and separate damaged and undamaged items. This process prevents water-soaked and water-damaged items from contaminating other dry property. 

When wet and dry property remains in the same area, wet items often damage salvageable items. After we remove undamaged property from the water-soaked site, we use an industrial extractor to remove the water from saturated surfaces.

Drying 

When water soaks into porous items, it takes a multi-faceted effort to perform efficient leaking waterline cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT homes. Surfaces usually remain damp after extraction. That can be a problem because moist, porous surfaces provide an ideal growth medium for mold and mildew growth. 

After our SERVPRO team extracts the water, we continue our drying equipment efforts. This step eliminates residual moisture from furniture, rugs, drapes, wall and closet interiors, and other damp areas and surfaces. 

Dehumidification 

When we’ve completed the extraction and drying processes of our leaking waterline cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT homes, we dehumidify the affected areas. This step removes the moisture that often lingers in the air. Unless we thoroughly dehumidify water-soaked spaces, airborne humidity finds its way back into fabrics, flooring, carpets, and other porous surfaces. It’s enough moisture to damage materials and allow mold and mildew to grow. 

SERVPRO specialists calculate the area, the relative humidity, and temperature in each room. The information helps us determine the number of industrial dehumidifiers we need and where we should place them. 

Odor Removal 

Deodorization is another essential service we perform during leaking waterline cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT homes. This process removes odors that form in water-soaked areas. Without treatment, the odor settles into porous surfaces in your home. Our team eliminates them using industrial scrubbers, foggers, and odor-neutralizing products.

Cleaning and Sanitizing 

As we conclude our leaking waterline cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT homes, we thoroughly clean and sanitize the affected areas. We use specialized equipment and safe, professional solutions. 

Repair and Restoration

Restoration and repair are the final steps for leaking waterline cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT homes. The SERVPRO team repairs and restores structural and cosmetic areas that sustained water damage. We complete wall reconstruction, drywall replacement, painting, and other repair and restoration tasks. We salvage, repair, or replace personal property and decor. 

Commercial Building Restoration

SERVPRO also conducts leaking waterline cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT commercial properties. Experienced SERVPRO professionals do the work. Also, we enhance our performance and efficiency with the latest technology and industrial equipment. Our team can perform any size cleaning and restoration job in any commercial facility. 

Contact SERVPRO

We are a locally owned and operated SERVPRO franchise, and we’re committed to leaking waterline cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT homes and businesses. When you call us, we respond immediately to perform water line leak cleanup, ice damage repair, water damage cleanup due to leaking pipes, and other water problems. 

For more information about Leaking Waterline Cleanup in Rocky Hill, CT, give us a call at (860) 649-0836.