Step 5: Cleaning and Sanitizing
Your walls, flooring, and ceiling will most likely require professional cleaning services. In addition to cleaning your property’s structure, we will clean your furniture, upholstery, clothing, and other restorable belongings damaged by the water. Most flooding and water damage also require professional odor removal and deodorization since wet materials have a very distinct odor. There are two options when it comes to damaged contents. They are either deemed completely non-restorable or they can be restored in-house by your local SERVPRO! Typically when the contents of your Millcreek Township, Clarendon, Platea and surrounding areas residential home or commercial building are damaged, the more cost-effective method for residents and owners is to have your contents restored. If you are in need of content restoration or having your home or commercial building cleaned after a water loss, call SERVPRO of Erie and Warren Counties, PA at (814) 806-1987.
SERVPRO of Erie and Warren Counties, PA specializes in restoring contents damaged by fire, water, or mold. Our expertise and “restore” versus “replace” mentality can help you save money while preserving precious keepsakes that can’t be replaced. Learn more about Contents Restoration.
- Dry Cleaning
- Wet Cleaning
- Spray and Wipe
- Foam Cleaning
- Abrasive Cleaning
- Immersion Cleaning
Odor Removal and Deodorization
We are trained to identify and eliminate offensive odors. Our technical expertise and industrial grade air scrubbers and fogging equipment go well beyond simply masking odors and other shortcuts that don’t work when your odor problem is serious or persistent.
- Odor Removal and Deodorization
- Air Scrubbers and Fogging Equipment
Depending on the scenario, we may use antimicrobial, antibacterial, or disinfectant treatments to clean your property.
- Antimicrobial and Antibacterial Treatments
- Sanitizing and Disinfectant Treatments
We will remove and dispose of damaged materials with guidance from you and your insurance adjuster.
- Properly Dispose of Refuse