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Water Loss and Cleanup in Summerlin and Sun City, Nevada

5/31/2018 (Permalink)

Whether it stems from burst pipes or floods, water damage to your Nevada home means an unsafe environment for you and the potential loss of beloved items. Flood damage adds the danger of debris such as feces, and rodents and snakes in your home. Flood waters pick up everything in their path that floats, creating danger and tougher clean up as residents of Summerlin Nevada have experienced. The technicians at SERVPRO train in mitigation techniques that remove the water in your home or water in business, clean and restore salvageable items, and abate the damage to your home or business so it is safe again. You play an important part in handling a water loss though and your part starts before a drop of water falls in the Vegas area.

Four simple tasks can make it easier for you to deal with a water loss in Nevada.

  • Discuss your home insurance coverage with your insurance agent. Find out what types of water damage your policy covers. If you need additional insurance for flood coverage, obtain it. You can add to a policy that does not already cover clean up and mitigation services so it does.
  • Create a list of your home's contents and include the value of each item. Take a photo of each major item, such as the home entertainment system or refrigerator.
  • When water damage or flood damage does occur, phone your insurance agent immediately.
  • If you are home, immediately secure the area, then leave. Safety first. Carefully avoid electrical hazards and wet areas that could cause you to slip and fall.

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