Setting a Drying Goal for Flood Damage in Norwich Properties
What Removes Flood Damage?
Keeping customers and homeowners calm about the work SERVPRO must do in their properties after a flood is challenging. Introducing drying goals and estimated restoration times often helps provide a tangible future result for homeowners to focus on as the work continues in residence. Our earliest efforts help to set:
- Restoration Timeline
- Recovery Milestones
- Cost Estimates
What is Pre-Loss Condition?
The restoration industry often uses the term preloss condition to describe efforts made with cleaning flood damage in Norwich homes or businesses. This phrase describes the state of your property before the disaster. Still, it does not necessarily indicate an improved condition from what you had before unless needed repairs or new materials change the integrity of the work area.
Drying Solutions for Your Home
Water and flood damage events are often critically hinged on the drying efforts by SERVPRO professionals. With various materials part of this array of actions, we must carefully place air movers and dehumidifiers in certain areas where they can be the most efficient and effective. We monitor the progress of water removal to ensure further modification of the drying tools is not required.
With much of the cleaning and restoration resolved from the flood damage, one of the final remaining steps is the replacement of removed building materials. Our general contractor license allows us to complete many of the build-back services your property might require. This includes reinstalling building materials, finishing these elements, and painting.
It is crucial to set specific goals that steer the restoration and recovery steps our SERVPRO of Norwich and Windham County team takes after flood damage. Set milestones can show the progress of drying and cleaning, making flood recovery more manageable in each phase. Call us after disasters strike at (860) 887-0447.