Damaged Carpet from Water in Sandy Springs
In Sandy Springs a crack in the foundation led to some water seepage into a play/entertainment room. Small amounts of water intrusion, though not an emergency at first glance, can result in expensive secondary water damage if not treated promptly. SERVPRO technicians are trained in many techniques to mitigate damage. In the Before Photo, the damp carpet and pad were not heavily saturated and "floating" is an efficient and cost-effective way of salvaging the wetted flooring and pad. Lifting the carpet from the tack strips, forcing heated air to expedite the evaporation and using dehumidifiers to capture the airborne moisture, eventually restore the water damaged room to its preloss condition, "Like it never even happened." Fast response and extraction and drying can make the homeowner satisfied with the job.