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How Scoping Helps With Flood Damage Restoration in Westwood

5/30/2019 (Permalink)

Our training enables us to zero onto the problem and quickly restore your home.

The Importance of Scoping Procedures for Flood Damage in Westwood

One of the most necessary procedures in a restorer's work is scoping. Scoping is the first thing a professional restorer should do on visiting a flooded property. During this phase of restoration, the goal is to ascertain the scale of damage and develop a game plan for getting the home back to its preloss condition. It is the phase of a restoration job when a technician's training comes to the fore and ensures that the affected area has the best chance of being returned to its original state, before the flood.

We thoroughly check residential properties with flood damage in Westwood before any restoration work begins. SERVPRO engineers understand the importance of communicating with you throughout the service as they figure out the appropriate safety and drying procedure. Most important of all is to discover where the water has come from and how to shut it off at the source.

Some information that may seem trivial can be extremely crucial to a qualified restorer. The length of time, for example, that water has sat is essential to developing a tailored response. Over a prolonged period, clean water can become grey water, and grey water can become black. By understanding exposure time, a SERVPRO technician can determine whether the source of water is contaminated or not.

Water spreads from its source migrating from wet to dry areas. A prolonged exposure, resulting from the property being vacated for several days before noticing the damage, could result in a broader spread of residual moisture. SERVPRO can use advanced detection equipment, including thermal hygrometers, moisture sensors, and infrared cameras to locate migrating water. Water that has migrated beneath cabinets, into cavities, crawlspaces or subfloor can have a significant impact on restoration procedure.

The ultimate goal of a scoping procedure is to tailor our approach to your property. We can take notes and photographs throughout as well as creating an inventory of damage to be passed on to your adjuster, making your claims procedure as simple as possible. Once work begins, the scoping procedure ensures that our service is both time and cost efficient.

Expert assistance is just a phone call away, contact SERVPRO of Beverley Hills / Westwood at (310) 390-7540 today.

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