When water damage occurs, the first step is determining what type of water damage you have. There are three types of water damage: whitewater, graywater, and blackwater. Whitewater damage is the least toxic of the three as it comes from something like a burst pipe or an overflowing bathtub. Whitewater does not contain harmful substances like chemicals or sewage. Homeowners can often clean up whitewater on their own. If the damage is widespread, a professional should still be called to extract the water and evaluate for mold damage.Once water damage occurs, it’s essential to analyze the extent of the damage when determining whether you need professional water extraction services. In some cases, it will be obvious. Keep in mind, a little water on the bathroom floor might seem like no problem, but you never know what type of damage is lurking behind the walls or underneath the floor. With a leaky pipe, sometimes water can be leaking behind walls for months without homeowners knowing. By the time they see water out in the open, the damage is done. Call a water extraction professional immediately so they can remove the water, dry out your walls, and assess for mold damage.When it comes to water damage, you don’t want to mess around. Not only can the water itself be dangerous, but it can also cause hidden toxic mold growth. A professional water damage and restoration specialist can come to your house, assess the damage, and develop a plan for extraction and repair. The goal is to fully dry out the space and save as many items in your home as possible. At Pro Steamer, we provide water extraction in Roswell. Our goal is to restore your home as closely as possible to its pre-water damaged condition with minimal impact on your daily life. Our crew of experts can extract, clean, and restore to keep your home and loved ones safe from the potential toxicity of water damage and mold. For more information about our services, contact us today!
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