How do I Get Rid of a Bad Smell After Flooding In My Nashua Home?
A Reputable Restoration Company Eliminates the Smell and Destruction Following a Flood in your Nashua Home
Nashua residents may find their homes under the threat of a storm and the ensuing damage. As you worry about your home, take the time to identify a reputable restoration company specializing in water events. When disaster strikes, you want to have the most competent team to help you navigate the crisis.
In Nashua, flood damage is a specialty of our SERVPRO team. Whenever debris and bacteria make it into your home via floodwaters, we are ready to perform a thorough assessment of the situation and propose an action plan. Our goal is to move efficiently to help mitigate your loss of time and money. As soon as it is safe to enter your residence, we don our personal protective equipment and kick-off the process to protect your home and family.
Is the odor the main priority after a flood?
Our SERVPRO team understands the ramifications of flooding, and the lingering smell is undoubtedly one of them. Although we first focus on avoiding cross-contamination and discarding items beyond repair, we also set the groundwork for disinfecting and deodorizing your home. However, a musty smell plays a vital role in identifying underlying issues that need our attention. A smell can point us to residual waters or excess humidity in your walls. When it is time to address the stench, our team may use some of the following techniques to make it a thing of the past:
- Ozone generator- helpful in purifying the air in your home, it is usually one of the last steps in your restoration
- Drywall replacement- the smell may come from drywall with excess humidity. Our team can work on replacing the panel or preparing the area for other contractors as appropriate.
- Charcoal filters and air scrubbers- cleaning the air and killing bacteria is essential to eliminating odor molecules
SERVPRO of Nashua is your partner when disaster strikes. Call us at (603) 889-2311 and let us leave your home, "Like it never even happened."