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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

SERVPRO Offers Premier Flood Damage Restoration in Seal Beach

11/9/2022 (Permalink)

small photos of water removal from flooded room Trust SERVPRO to extract contaminated flood waters from your Seal Beach property.

Go with a Trusted Name for Flood Damage Restoration in Seal Beach

Removing the standing water is the first step in flood damage restoration of your Seal Beach home. SERVPRO techs use several pumps and extraction units to remove the water before drying the structure. The more excess water restorers remove with extraction equipment, the less time they need to spend to evaporate and dehumidify the remaining moisture.

SERVPRO techs use various extraction equipment during flood damage cleanup of your Seal Beach home. Some of the extraction tools that we use include-

  • Extraction units
  • Light wands
  • Deep extraction tools
  • Submersible pumps

The Role of Extraction Units in Flood Restoration

Extraction units or extractors can remove standing water accumulated after a flooding incident. The most common type of extractor SERVPRO techs use is the portable extractor that operates on electricity. These extractors are ideal for high-rise buildings and can be taken to almost any area of the structure.

When the water damage is extensive and more powerful equipment is needed, the SERVPRO techs use truck-mounted extractors. These bigger extractors generate a more powerful vacuum and can remove a large volume of water in less time. Also, as these large extractors run on the vehicle's fuel, they can be used when there is no power supply to the property.

Deep Extraction Tools

Deep extraction tools are usually attached to the extraction units and are used to remove water absorbed in the carpets and pads after a flooding incident. SERVPRO techs use stationary and self-propelled extraction units to squeeze water from rugs and remove it with the attached extractor. Deep extraction tools can remove the bulk of free water from the carpets, so they dry faster once techs place dehumidifiers and air movers.

Call SERVPRO of Seal Beach / Los Alamitos / Cypress at (562) 431-9400; We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.

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