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Water Restoration

It’s every home owner’s worst fear. A pipe breaks and floods your home or your home sump pump fails. Even worse, this all happens when your out of town.

We have the experience and expertise to help you when water damage occurs. We know you need a restoration company to get the job done, get it done right and a company you can trust!

We can dry the structure as well as the contents and can save you thousands in reconstruction costs. We can often dry and save drywall, insulation, hardwood floors, wood and metal studs, concrete block, plaster walls, ceiling tiles and much more.

Our technicians undergo extensive pre-employment screening. They then receive both classroom and on-the-job training in water restoration techniques. We give them the tools they need to serve you by continuously investing in the latest extraction and dehumidification equipment. We do this because we are dedicated to ensuring that you, the property owner, and your insurance carrier receive the best service possible as your home is restored to pre-loss condition.

Carpet restoration at ServceMaster

  • Expert, well-trained technicians
  • Communication about what we are doing, and why
  • Coordination with your insurance carrier
  • Fast Service 24 hours per day, 365 days per year
  • Water Extraction
  • Dehumidification and Moisture Monitoring
  • Photo Documentation
  • Deodorize and Sanitize
  • Temporary Power and Climate Control
  • Mold Remediation
  • Carpet Cleaning

We identify the source of the problem and the scope of the damage.

  • Inspect attic
  • Inspect Basement
  • Inspect ductwork
  • Inspect crawlspace
  • Protect your contents
  • Perform Water Extraction

EvaluateCarpeting

  • Leave carpet and pad in place to dry.
  • Disengage carpet from the tack strip, remove threshold coverings(when applicable) and seams as needed
  • Remove Pad
  • Remove non-salvageable carpet

Tile

  • Dry in place or
    • Remove(Your tile flooring that is not restorable, or it is more cost-effective to remove it than dry it in place.)

Vinyl:

  • Dry in place or
    • Remove(Trapped moisture may not dry and could damage subfloor)

Laminate:

  • Dry in place or
    • Remove(Nonporous flooring such as Pergo can trap water. It may be necessary to remove the laminate in order the dry the subfloor)

Harwood:

  • Dry in place or
    • Remove( Your hardwood flooring is not responsible, or it is more cost-effective to remove it than to dry it.)

Subfloor:

  • Dry in place or
    • Remove (Your subfloor is not restorable, or it is more cost-effective to remove it than to dry it in place.)

Call Service Master Tupelo today and let us restore your home!

(We do not suggest you try any “do-it-yourself” cleaning methods without consulting us first)