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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Tools to keep you safe and dry

9/9/2019 (Permalink)

Inferred Camera and Moisture Meter Tools of the trade SERVPRO of Cuyahoga South uses to confirm your home is safe and dry.

SERVPRO of Cuyahoga South serves the communities of Strongsville, Berea, Parma Heights, Middleburg Heights, Olmsted Falls, North Royalton and the surrounding communities. Properties with water damage rely on local technicians to perform a vital assessment, remediation, and restoration services. Contents and structure that suffers prolonged exposure to moisture can cause a chain of events which could result in permanent damages.

SERVPRO has technicians with qualifications from the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certifications (IICRC), an internationally recognized awarding body.  Certification from the IICRC means SERVPRO technicians can make professional, informed assessments of property damages. To make those evaluations, our technician's can use a variety of moisture measuring equipment to get a full picture of the extent of the issue. By measuring the scale of damage, we can ensure our work is as efficient as possible and that they prevent secondary issues from arising after treatment. 

Moisture meters can penetrate surfaces and assess saturation levels. This tool is useful if the property has been exposed to moisture for several hours or longer. Thermal imaging cameras use infrared to allow a restorer to spot moisture that may not be visible to the eye such as behind walls or under cabinets. Thermal Hygrometers measure relative humidity and can help ensure microbial growth is kept under control throughout the service. 

SERVPRO of Cuyahoga South does calculated assessments to ensure your property’s restoration is tailored to its needs.  Complete documentation of all work performed, including pictures and moisture readings are recorded throughout the service and is passed on to your insurance company to process your claim.

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