Restoring Your Water Damaged Santa Rosa Beach Home
Reducing Soils and Tracking When Restoring Santa Rosa Beach Homes
As restoration technicians helping your Santa Rosa Beach home to look and feel like it did before a disaster, we must not undo the work that we have started with bad practices and careless actions. Cross-contamination between a workspace and clean areas of a residence can be bad enough during restoration, but soiling and tracking of dirt and debris in the house could get much worse when technicians are continually entering and exiting the structure. Proper planning techniques can help.
Much of the successes that our SERVPRO team has experienced in recovery and water cleanup for Santa Rosa Beach homes stems from our preparedness for each given situation. One of the ways that we can reduce our damaging footprint in your home during restoration processes is to establish a staging area near to the damaged zones. This room can fit the full measure of our recovery tools, products, and machines until the right phase gets reached to use them.
One of the primary advantages of establishing this staging area is a noticeable reduction in foot traffic from the damaged zone in your house to the service vehicles and production trucks outside. When our team first arrives at your residence, we can bring in all of the extraction, drying, and recovery tools that we need into this safe and clean area for temporary storage during mitigation and later recovery steps. Even with booties covering our shoes walking through non-damaged regions of your residence, dirt transference is still possible with enough trips in and out of the house getting equipment and products on an as-needed basis.
There are many ways that our professionals are working to make the restoration process as efficient as possible for our customers. By establishing a staging area when we begin our water recovery efforts, you get the maximum efficiency of drying and water extraction, but also reduce the need for carpet cleaning and further restoration in otherwise undamaged rooms of the house. Give our SERVPRO of N. Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes & Washington Counties team a call anytime that you need us at (850) 267-0746.
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