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What the Best Tools for Water Removal?

2/22/2021 (Permalink)

Water removal is no easy task. SERVPRO has the man power and equipment for any size job.

SERVPRO uses the latest water removal techniques and tools when called to your North Tonawanda emergency

Depending on the type of water we need to clean up at your North Tonawanda home, SERVPRO technicians may need to take additional safety precautions to avoid a variety of unsanitary contaminants. We arrive to assess the emergency zone, take note of the type of water, and determine which tools and equipment are best suited for the job.

When you enlist our help for water removal in North Tonawanda, we utilize:

  • Basic tools to eliminate excess water – If the water level is low, we may use our industrial-strength wet/dry vacuums, mops, and squeegees.
  • Professional water removal tools – With submersible pumps and truck-mounted extractors, we can remove hundreds of gallons of water in a short period.
  • Moisture elimination equipment – It is imperative that moisture is found and eliminated. We use centrifugal air movers, axial fans, and dehumidifiers to restore relative humidity levels to normal.
  • Tools that allow us to find and measure moisture – We ensure no dampness gets left behind that could lead to mold growth or secondary damage with the help of various meters and sensors.

Before finishing your water removal project, we take steps to sanitize and deodorize your interior thoroughly. This eliminates microbial growth and the potential for musty odor development. When all get finished, your home will be Certified: SERVPRO Clean!

Call (716) 694-7776 to have SERVPRO of Eastern Niagara County dispatched to your home. We bring all the water removal tools, technology, and experience to get the job done right the first time.

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