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What is Storm Water?

5/29/2018 (Permalink)

Storm Water Do’s and Don’ts

What is Storm Water?

Storm water is precipitation that does not soak into the ground, but instead runs off its surface. Storm water runoff and erosion have begun to accelerate because of human activity. Impervious surfaces such as driveways, sidewalks, and streets block precipitation from soaking naturally into the ground. Disturbed surfaces, such as construction sites, agricultural tillage, and forestry activities, also expose the soil’s surface, allowing sediment and pollutants to be transported more rapidly from a site. Storm water can carry and deposit untreated pollutants, such as sediment, nutrients, and pesticides, into surface-water bodies.

Concerns about storm water

If storm water is not managed properly, it can harm the environment. The bullets below show more details on the harmful effects of storm water.

Increased Surface Runoff

Increased surface runoff means that large volumes of water enter streams more quickly and at higher velocities, which can cause streambank erosion. Streambank erosion occurs as part of a stream’s natural efforts to regain stability by absorbing the energy of flowing water. When materials impervious to water, such as pavement and concrete, cover the ground or when soils are compacted, runoff increases. With so much extra water running into creeks, streams, and other bodies of water, flooding is more likely to occur.

Increased Soil Erosion

Raindrops hitting a soil’s surface, and the movement of water (runoff) across it, cause soil erosion. Disturbed soil, lack of vegetation, or both amplify such impacts, increasing erosion. Usually, erosion goes unnoticed and doesn't cause much of a problem, but when enough soil is moved at once, we can end up with disasters such as mudslides.

Water Quality Impairments

After picking up debris, chemicals, dirt, and other pollutants, storm water flows into storm sewer systems or directly into lakes, streams, rivers, wetlands, or coastal waters. In many cases, whatever enters a storm sewer system is left untreated as it runs into larger bodies of water.

Storm Water Pollution Solutions

  • Remember to turn off your sprinklers when it rains to avoid water runoff. during winter, runoff can freeze causing slippery conditions, so be sure to avoid letting sprinkler water build up on pavement.
  • Bag your pet's waste, don't just leave it there. Leaving pet waste on the ground increases public health risks by allowing harmful bacteria and nutrients to wash into the storm drain and eventually into local waterways.
  • Don't apply pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides before it rains. Contrary to popular belief, the rain won't help to soak these chemicals into the ground; it will only help create polluted runoff into our local creeks.
  • Select native and adapted plants and grasses that are drought and pest resistant. Native plants require less water, fertilizer, and pesticides.
  • Reduce the amount of paved area and increase the amount of vegetated area in your yard. Vegetation can help act as a natural filter for polluted storm water runoff.
  • If you change your car's oil. Don't dump it on the ground or in the storm drain; dispose of it properly at an oil recycling center.
  • Check your car, boat, or motorcycle for leaks. Clean up spilled fuels with an absorbent material, don't rinse the spills into the storm drain.
  • Compost your yard waste. 
  • Don't get rid of old or unused paint by throwing it down the storm drain; dispose of paint and other hazardous household waste at recycling facilities.
  • Don't pump your pool water into the storm drain - pool chemicals can be hazardous to our creek habitats. Whenever possible, drain your pool into the sanitary sewer system where it can be treated.

SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford 817.595.0444

Water Damage anyone…

5/21/2018 (Permalink)

Water Damage Anyone?

Unfortunately, you may be here because you have or have had water damage. SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year for your water cleanup and restoration needs. The following list shows a timeline of the effects water can have on a structure:

Within Minutes:

  • Water quickly spreads throughout your property, saturating everything in its path.
  • Water is absorbed into walls, floors, upholstery, and belongings.
  • Furniture finishes may bleed, causing permanent staining on carpets.
  • Photographs, books, and other paper goods start to swell and warp.

Hours 1-2:

  • Drywall begins to swell and break down.
  • Metal surfaces begin to tarnish.
  • Furniture begins to crack and swell.
  • Dyes and inks from cloth and paper goods spread and stain.
  • A musty odor appears.

48 Hours to 1 Week:

  • Mold and mildew may grow and spread.
  • Doors, Windows, and studs swell and warp.
  • Metal begins to rust and corrode.
  • Furniture warps and shows signs of mold.
  • Paint begins to blister.
  • Wood flooring swells and warps.
  • Serious biohazard contamination is possible.

More Than 1 Week:

  • Restoration time and cost increase dramatically; replacing contaminated materials and structural rebuilding may be extensive.
  • Structural safety, mold growth, and biohazard contaminants pose serious risk to occupants.

SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford can assist you with your claim to the insurance. Our water certified administrative team works closely with your insurance provider as our trained and certified technicians work diligently to return your home to pre-water conditions. Our technicians are credited on IICRC principles which brings a peace of mind to homeowners in water cleanup and restoration situation.

Do you have water damage?

The team at SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford are here to answer and assist you with your water damage.

24-Hour Emergency Response Team


Water Damage from Condensation

5/16/2018 (Permalink)

Water Damage from Condensation

Condensation happens when there’s too much moisture for a certain temperature. In other words, condensation happens when warm, moist air touches a surface colder than the air. That air releases moisture in the form of water, which appears on the colder surface. You’ve seen it coming out of a cold glass on a warm day, and you can see this on-air conditioners too.

Air Conditioning Condensation

Your air conditioner pulls humidity from the air. As warm air flows through the evaporator coil, it absorbs heat and collects moisture. This moisture drips down into what is called a drain pan or condensation pan. You may have noticed a small dripping line coming from the outside condenser unit. This is your AC’s drain line, which helps remove condensation produced by your air conditioner’s evaporator coil. The drain line dumps water outside of your home, so it’s normal to see wet spots around your outdoor unit.

The problem lies when your indoor unit starts pooling water! If you notice water buildup coming from your indoor AC unit, you should turn it off and call a professional immediately. Excess water will harm the parts of your air conditioner and lead to water damage to your home. This damage will be costly! If your drain pan overflows, the water can back up and wreak havoc on your home! If the condensation pan and line aren’t cleaned properly, algae and mold can grow inside them, which could cause clogging as well. This could also increase humidity and create musty odors and water damage to your home.  

Frozen Evaporator Coil

You probably already know that air filters must be changed regularly to keep your air conditioner working properly. If the filters become clogged, the evaporator coil can quickly form layers of frozen condensation. Yes, ice. If you see ice buildup on your evaporator coils, it’s not a cool thing. That’s because the water buildup from a frozen evaporator coil will eventually spill over the condensation pan and onto the floor. So, whether it’s a frozen or dirty evaporator coil or a clogged drain line producing condensation, any excess water your AC can’t process has nowhere to go but back into your home. 

Excess condensation from your air conditioner leads to serious water damage. If you notice leaking water other than the normal drain line drip outside your AC, it’s a sign of huge problems ahead. If you notice mold or mildew growing around your air conditioner, or notice a marked change in the humidity of your home, it’s time to call an AC professional!

Roof Water Damage

We mentioned condensation around your windows and AC, but also look at your ceiling and roof. They will give you signs of impending water damage such as mold, mildew, and water spots. You should be able to easily identify broken or missing shingles, as well as discolored patches on your roof. Missing or damaged shingles are a result of weather damage, specifically rain.

Shingles are designed to protect your roof from the elements. And if your shingles are damaged or missing, water will eventually start making its way into your home. It starts with a small drip, but if that small drip isn’t addressed, it will become a much larger drip. That large drip could then lead to ceiling or roof collapse.


Deteriorated insulation can also create excess humidity in your home. A well insulated home will help control condensation. Traditional insulation, like fiberglass, can wear out and get wet; therefore, spray foam insulation exists! Spray foam insulation creates an airtight seal that bonds to the infrastructure of your home. It strengthens the foundation, keeping indoor air in and outdoor air out. A poorly insulated home could lead to excess moisture in the attic or crawl spaces, which creates condensation.

High humidity also produces mildew, bacteria, and microbial growth. Condensation, microbial growth, and mildew lead to building damage. Mildew can distort wood and eat through drywall. And nasty pests, like cockroaches and rats, are attracted to humid, wet areas. Rats and other rodents are even known to make nests out of fiberglass insulation. Insulating your home with long-lasting, durable, spray foam insulation helps keep pests out. It will also strengthen your walls and your roof and help prevent water damage to your home.

Call SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford today for any concerns regarding water damageat 817.595.0004.

5 Residential Water Leaks

5/12/2018 (Permalink)

5 Residential Water Leaks

Water damage is a lot more serious than many people think and, if not remedied immediately can cause home owners much damage. Here are five ways to find out if you have a water leak.

The water supply line - This type of leak can go undetected because the supply pipe is under the ground. If the meter contains water and the water is not caused by rain than there may be a leak. In most cases the homeowner is liable for this kind of leak and should contact a professional plumber to repair the line.

Faucet leaks - This is the most common kind of leak but the easiest to repair. Facet leaks are so moderate the amount of money lost from water wastage is minimal. Make routine checks of all valves to see if there is leakage or not with faucets. If you are handy with tools you should easily be able to make the repairs yourself.

Toilet leaks - These are barely detectable because they make no sound. Research proves that one fifth to one third of all residential toilets are prone to leaks. Start by removing the lid off the tank and making sure the water level is not above the overflow tube. This is the most common form of leak.

Humidifier leaks - Humidifiers are connected to the furnace and level with the water supply line. All the components are equipped with refill valves. When the valve won’t close the water goes to the sewer which creates a leak that can go undetected for months or years. Be sure to turn humidifiers off when the season for it is over.

Evaporator cooler leaks - Evaporator coolers cool the air sent in homes. Leaks are caused in these the same as with humidifiers and is remedied the same by shutting it off when not in use.

Here at SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford, we have the training, equipment and leadership you need to fully restore your property with minimal disruption to your family or business. We provide full-service solutions for restoring your property to preloss conditions or better. 

Have a water leak? Call SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford today!


What is Water Damage?

5/2/2018 (Permalink)

What is Water Damage?

Water damage is damage caused to your property by water being where it shouldn’t be. In some cases, this will be the result of a flood or of malfunction – a burst pipe or water main, for instance, will commonly lead to water damage that is highly acute and that requires immediate attention.

This type of water damage can be caused by three types of water called category 1, 2 and 3. Category one water is clean and clear water (also called ‘white’ water) whereas category three is dirty water that can be toxic and cause infections and illness (also called black water). This adds another dimension to your water damage in the latter case.

This is, of course, the ‘obvious’ type of water damage that is very apparent when you see it. Just as common though is for water damage to be subtler and to easily go unnoticed until you can identify the symptoms. Signs of water damage include things like puddles, dripping water, soft walls and floors, peeling tiles and discoloration. Mold is also a big sign that there has been water damage. 

When water damage is more gradual like this, then you will need the services of SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford on a less urgent basis – but you should nevertheless aim to get it looked at as soon as possible to ensure that you prevent it from spreading and to protect your health and the health of your family. Moisture in the air and particularly mold spores can otherwise be very bad for you and your family. At the same time, if moisture affects your building deeply, it can end up undermining the structural integrity of your building.

If you notice you have water damage of the immediate kind, you call SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford a water damage restoration company that offers emergency 24-hour emergency response services. SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford technicians are IICR certified. This is highly important when you have a serious influx of water and failing to do so can result in more costly damage to your property.

In the meantime, you can try moving items out the way that might be at risk, turning off the stop tap to isolate your water supply (if it is caused by your pipes) and potentially turning off the electricity by finding your fuse box. If the water is very fast, however, your priority should be to get yourself and your family off the premises and to safety.

In either case, you should contact SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford early so that they can come to your aid.

What Can SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford Do for You?

When SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford arrives, our technicians will first and foremost find the source of the water and stop it where possible. This might involve repairing damage to your walls or your roofing, or it might mean fixing a pipe or blocking flood water. Either way, the SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford will prevent the water from flooding your property any more so that they can get to work fixing the problem. In the case of gradual water damage, probes and infrared sensors can be used to find out where the problem is coming from and what needs to be done to fix it.

To prevent future water damage, it’s a good idea to make sure that you use regular maintenance services to check over your plumbing and your roofing. In your bathroom and other rooms, you should make certain that you have good adequate ventilation and you should use good insulation in your windows and walls – especially if you have a basement. Make sure as well to clean your gutters regularly and to make sure that there is no overspill. If you are buying a new home, then make sure to research the area first to avoid houses on flood plains.

SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford 817.595.0004.

The Categories of Water Damage

4/27/2018 (Permalink)

The Categories of Water Damage

The Category of Water

According to IICRC Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Water Damage Restoration(IICRC S500), there are three categories of water that cause damage in buildings. They are summarized as follows:

Category 1 Water (Clean Water)

Water that originated directly from a sanitary source and when exposed to it, either through the skin, inhaled or ingested, does not cause a great deal of harm to humans. Examples of Category 1 Water: broken water supply lines, melting ice or snow, falling rain water, and tub or sink overflows (no contaminates). Category 1 water may become progressively contaminated as it mixes with soils on or within floor coverings or building assemblies (walls, decking, subflooring). Time and temperature, which promote the growth and amplification of microorganisms in water can cause Category 1 water to degrade

Category 2 Water (Gray Water)

Defined as water with bacteria present, but no solid waste, carrying microorganisms and nutrients for microorganisms. Category 2 water does have the potential to cause discomfort or sickness if consumed or exposed to humans. Examples of Category 2 water: discharge from dishwashers or washing machines, toilet bowl overflows (urine, no feces), seepage due to hydrostatic pressure, and sump pump failures.

Category 3 Water (Black Water)

Contains pathogenic agents and is grossly unsanitary which includes raw sewage and other contaminated water sources, such as flooding from sea water, ground surface water and rising water from rivers or streams. Category 3 water is highly contaminated and could cause death or serious illness if consumed by humans.

Here at SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford we are here to help you with your water mitigation and restoration needs.

Call us today at 817.595.0004.

What is Water Restoration?

4/18/2018 (Permalink)

What is Water Restoration?

Water Restoration is the restoring of your home to pre-damage conditions involves water removal, decontamination, and drying.

Standing water and moisture create the perfect environment for bacteria and microbial growth. Prolonged exposure to an environment like this can lead to allergic reactions and even disease. 

Parts of a water-damaged home may need to be rebuilt. Materials like drywall and carpet that have absorbed water often develop bacteria and microbial growth that can’t be removed. Replacing these materials is safer than allowing infectious organisms to saturate the air.  

SERVPRO Water Restoration Process

Repairing a water damaged home involves a process starting with a thorough inspection of the damage to the replacement of flooring, walls, and ceilings.

Step 1: Inspection – SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford can best assess the extent and amount of water damage in your home. Each inspection determines a class and category of water damage. Defining the class and category of water damage helps outline the best means to restore your property.

Step 2: Water Removal – Pumps and vacuums are used to remove water from your home. The type of equipment needed depends on the extent of the water damage. Water removal begins as soon as possible to prevent mold and bacteria growth.

Step 3: Drying – After all standing water and absorbent surfaces are vacuumed, drying and dehumidification begins. This step is important to clear up any remaining moisture after water removal. The drying out process can take several weeks to fully complete.

Step 4: Cleaning – All personal belongings need to be cleaned and sanitized to prevent unwanted mold and bacterial growth. Carpeting, clothing, and drapery are given antimicrobial treatments. Air scrubbers may also be used to remove particles and moisture from the air.

Step 5: Restoration – The biggest step in the process is restoration. The restoration involves replacing materials like drywall and insulation. Sometimes this process is as simple as installing a few panels of drywall, while serious cases could require replacing entire walls. Exposure to toxic substances like lead and asbestos is possible during restoration. Older homes are likely to contain these substances.

Here at SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford are here to help you with whatever happens. Our 24-Hour Emergency Response is in place to help you no matter the time of night or day.

Call us today 817.595.0004

Water Mitigation Process in Progress

4/18/2018 (Permalink)

Water Mitigation Process in Progress

The reasons of water damagecan be different, such as flooding from storms, frozen or ruptured pipes. Whatever the reason, you’ll have to overcome some real hurtles and prevent more serious problems. You probably want to know, what should you do first? Here are some useful tips to keep water damage at a minimum and make the restoration process easier and faster. All the doings you read below are called the water mitigation process.

The Process of Water Mitigation

When your home is damaged by a flood, it is important to start the water damage mitigation process as soon as possible. It is not a secret, the earlier the better. The longer you wait the more damage the water does. If you do not call for the experts fast, your home and surrounding may suffer irreparable damage that can be very expensive to deal with.

It is important to make sure that you hire specialists who are certainly certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification. You should know that the IICRC is one of the largest certifying bodies in the United States. When you hire a company that has IICRC certification, you can feel confident that you will receive the highest quality of care and that your home will be restored as quickly and efficiently as possible. 

Watch Out for Danger!

The danger in the flooded house is everywhere. First, check for anything that could harm you. Turn off all power and gas in rooms that have sustained water damage. Watch for animals, sometimes dangerous insects and other things that usually come in with the water during floods. Standing water needs much attention for every step. It is dirty and can be hard to see through, be wary of debris underneath the water. At last, the water can contain dangerous pathogens or chemicals. So, one way or another, it is better to wear waterproof clothing.

Mold after Water Damage

In most cases, water damage leads to microbial growth. So, it’s important to keep on it. Do you know why? Everyone knows but we need to repeat is again. Mold causes a variety of health problems including respiratory health issues and asthma attacks in those with asthma as well as other unpleasant effects even for healthy folks.

Water damage can diminish the construction of your home especially if your property has been flooded for some time. Look at the foundation, your load-bearing walls, your basement, and any columns for crumbling and cracks. 

Wear Waterproof Clothing

It was already discussed many times about the dangerous pathogens and possible chemicals that you can find in the standing water. You should cover up fully with goggles, gloves, a helmet and a mask. That means that you should wear special clothes to protect yourself. Make sure that anything that was in the area that sustained the water damage is thoroughly disinfected, that includes yourself and your equipment.

Take Photos

Don’t be surprised! Once you’ve followed the above steps you will then be able to look at the damage and document it. Pictures of the water damage will be important when dealing with your insurance agency. If you are not insured, you don’t need to take pictures.

Dry Out Your Home or Building

It’s important to be quick about drying out your home or building to minimize the possibility of mold growing and of deterioration of the structure. Drying is the most important process as you shouldn’t only dry all the surfaces but not to damage it. This is the first thing you must do is get the water out your home or building. Of course, the longer your house stays flooded, the more damage it sustains. You can sweep a lot of the water through an open door if you have access to one. If the water is in the basement or a room without access to a door, you’ll want to use a pump. SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford has specialty equipment. It helps to dry the surfaces faster and till the bottom. 

Inspect the Attic for Water Damage

You may not know this but the insulation in your walls can carry the water up to the attic so the best place to start is there. Considering that water can stay in the insulation for some time coupled with how hot attics can get, this is a recipe for mold and wood rot. Of course, if you were flooded from the pipe in your bathroom, you can forget about the attic inspection.

Ventilate the Area Suffering from Water Damage

Check all flooded rooms for moistened sheetrock and plaster. If you see signs of moisture, open your windows turn on your attic fan, if your electrical system has already been checked. Ventilation is important. You need room airing as much as drying.

Disinfect the Area

After you’ve ventilated the rooms and removed all wet materials, you should clean everything with a disinfectant such as bleach with water. This is the simple example of disinfectant that you can buy in the store. But make sure you wash everything to remove the residue from the water damage. Otherwise, your kids or animals that spend much time playing on the floor can be in danger.

When in doubt call SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford

If you’re suffering from water damage you can follow these steps to do water mitigation process in the fastest time. If you need any help or if the job is just too large for you to handle alone, call SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford 817.595.0004. Our Response Team is ready 24-Hour / 7 Days week / 365 days of the year.

Flood Awareness

4/14/2018 (Permalink)

Flood Awareness 

While dangerous floods and flash floods are possible throughout the year, they have a higher frequency during spring and summer thunderstorms, tropical storms and hurricanes.  Intense rainfall or slow-moving storms that track over the same areas can cause a rapid rise of water and flash floods can develop within minutes.

On May 6, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott proclaimed May 22-26, 2017 to be Flood Awareness Week in Texas.

All residents should know the implications of flood watches and warnings, assemble an emergency supply kit; develop a communication plan for reaching family members, friends, neighbors and coworkers in case of an emergency; and designate a meeting place in case of evacuation. 

Flooding is the most common natural disaster in the United States and can happen anywhere. How to Prepare for a Flood explains how to protect yourself and your property and details the steps to take now so that you can act quickly when you, your home, or your business is in danger.


WHAT:  Flooding is an overflowing of water onto land that is normally dry. Flooding may happen with only a few inches of water, or it may cover a house to the rooftop.

Flooding can occur during any season, but some areas of the country are at greater risk at certain times of the year. Coastal areas are at greater risk for flooding during hurricane season (i.e., June to November), while the Midwest is more at risk in the spring and during heavy summer rains. Ice jams occur in the spring in the Northeast and Northwest. Even the deserts of the Southwest are at risk during the late summer monsoon season.

WHERE:  Flooding can happen in any U.S. state or territory. It is particularly important to be prepared for flooding if you live in a low-lying area near a body of water, such as a river, stream, or culvert; along a coast; or downstream from a dam or levee.

HOW:  Flooding can occur in several ways, including the following.

- Rivers and lakes cannot contain excessive rain or snowmelt.

 - Excessive rain or snowmelt cannot be fully absorbed into the ground.

 - Waterways are blocked with debris or ice and overflow. - Water containment systems break, such as levees, dams, or water or sewer systems.

- Strong winds from tropical storms or hurricanes cause a storm surge by pushing seawater onto land.

The speed and duration of flooding can vary significantly.

- Flooding can occur slowly as rain continues to fall for many days. This type of flooding, sometimes called a slow-onset flood, can take a week to develop and can last for months before floodwaters recede.

- Rapid-onset floods occur more quickly, typically developing within hours or days. These types of floods usually occur in smaller watersheds experiencing heavy rainfall, particularly in mountainous and urban areas, and the water usually recedes within a few days.

- Some rapid-onset floods known as flash floods occur very quickly with little or no warning, such as during periods of extremely heavy rain or when levees, dams, ice jams, or water systems break. Densely populated areas are at a high risk for flash floods. In urban areas, flash floods can fill underpasses, viaducts, parking structures, low roads, and basements.

- The strong winds of a tropical cyclone or hurricane can push large amounts of seawater up onto the land, causing a storm surge. A storm surge combines with the ocean’s tide to produce a storm-tide surge. Storm-tide surges have been registered as high as almost 35 feet above normal sea level and can cause significant flooding across a large area. This generally occurs over a short period, typically 4 to 8 hours, but in some areas, it can take much longer for the water to recede to its pre-storm level.


The physical destruction caused by flooding depends on the speed and level of the water, the duration of the flood, terrain and soil conditions, and the built environment (e.g., buildings, roads, and bridges).

- Flooding can cause fatalities and serious injuries for people who are trapped or swept away by wading in, driving through, or boating across floodwaters.

- Transportation routes, power, water, gas, and other services may be disrupted. - Commercial supplies and government support systems may be temporarily unavailable.

- Drinking water supplies and wells may become polluted.

- Floodwaters can cause erosion, which can damage roads, bridge structures, levees, and buildings with weak foundations, causing their collapse without warning. The floodwaters may carry the worn-away mud, rocks, and other sediment.

- Landslides and mudslides can occur.

- Even a few inches of floodwater in a home can cause tens of thousands of dollars in damage.

Here at SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford, we are prepared to help you with our 24-HOUR EMERGENCY RESPONSE. Call us 817.595.0004

Concepts of Water Damage

4/9/2018 (Permalink)

The Concepts of Water Damage Restoration

SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford technicians are certified for drying excessive water damage. Accidents such as sewage backup, flooding, and broken pipes can happen to anyone. Quick action is necessary to stop further degradation of the property.

Our trained and certified technicians start the process by first stopping the flow of water. Without stopping the flow of water, the technician will not be able to start the repairing process of the residence. Stabilization the source is critical to proceed with the drying process and restoration.

To begin the drying process is water extraction SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford has numerous pieces of equipment that remove the excess water and moisture from the residence. We have tools that measure the moisture during the drying process.

Air movers are utilized to cycle the air which is an important process. The technician learns how to choose the right air movers, and how to place them properly for maximum results.

 The proper solution to help with the drying process and lessen the damage the structure of your home and belongings is evaporation. Evaporation is natural with proper circulation. This process is used to speed up the process or it can prevent the process.

SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford technicians are trained in evaporation so to hurry the drying of the structure and furnishes along. This technique will prevent microbial growth and the structure will be stabilized. Every step of the drying process is critical for a positive outcome.

Call SERVPRO of Hurst-Euless-Bedford for your residential water damage at 817.595.0004.