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Water Removal Services for Your Dallas Home Because of Broken Pipes

3/20/2018 (Permalink)

Water Damage Water Removal Services for Your Dallas Home Because of Broken Pipes Condensation, Moisture, Leaking Pipes or Mean Water Damage--Call SERVPRO to Dry Your Dallas Property

Moisture Control and Standards Are Essential in the Drying Process After Water Damage

Pipes which leak or burst are common culprits of water damage in homes in Dallas. Toilets and drains which get backed up and blocked can create undue pressure in the pipe when then causes it to leak or burst. Garbage disposals which are not working correctly are another common reason for pipes bursting, as are roots which grow in the yard into the sewer lines. Rusty or old pipes can also be more prone to leaking.
 
Pipes which are leaking or have burst can create quite the mess for you to clean up. You first need water removal services for your Dallas home to get rid of the water that is now all over the place, plus assistance in getting your house dry again. Our SERVPRO techs are specially trained to help you with both services, plus work in an efficient and timely fashion.
 
We need to create a drying goal during remediation, and we monitor the drying process daily to check if the goal is being met. The drying goal is the condition we want to bring about in the area of your home that was affected.
 
We set moisture content aims for materials which were affected in your home in two different ways, including recording the average equilibrium moisture content, or EMC, or by establishing the dry standard. The dry standard is the moisture content of dry materials in an area which is undamaged. We take moisture content readings from dry materials to get the dry standard. These readings become part of our drying goal for the wet areas. We now have a means of comparison.
 
SERVPRO staff uses the EMC of materials for a goal, too. Moisture readings of dry materials in everyday situations are taken to establish our drying goals. We use a moisture meter to determine and document the moisture in materials every time we monitor them to see if the drying goals are being met. The readings are compared to see if the item is drying, and when our goals are met, the drying process is complete.
 
SERVPRO of Southeast Dallas County ensures that standard RH relative humidity levels are attained in your home in Hutchins, Seagoville, or Cedar Hill before we say the job is complete. Contact us at (972) 227-0800 as soon as you have a water disaster so that we can help you restore your home.

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