What Secondary Damage can occur after Storm Damage?
After roof leaks or flood damage, if not properly dried and treated, a home or business can develop mold from moisture left on: wood, tile, carpeting, windows, concrete, and/or other materials/items that were affected. SERVPRO of The Hill Country strives to prevent secondary damage every time we remediate storm or water damage. Building material and flooring are dried and treated to prevent mold and other allergens/contaminates using specialized equipment and cleaning products.
If storm damage is not properly treated, the perfect environment is created for mold spores to grow in your home and to contaminate the air that is breathed.
Should you ever suffer water damage due to: excessive rain, storm damage, leaky roof, flood damage, a water heater leak, sink overflow, fire, refrigerator leak, or any other reason water has invaded your home or business, please know that SERVPRO of The Hill Country is here to help. Faster to Any Disaster