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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Storms and flooding hitting our area!

5/20/2019 (Permalink)

Spring is nearly over but the storms are not. Texas is one of the top five states that receive the most storm and flood claims reported, and the Abilene area is already in need of care.

SERVPRO of Southwest Lubbock provides a 24-hour fast emergency service in Lubbock, Wolfforth, and the surrounding area. With highly trained water restoration technicians, repairing storm damage is a vital aspect of our business. We know how quickly water damage can manifest which is a huge reason why SERVPRO provides quick emergency services.

In the event of a storm that leaves your home with water damage, the most important thing is your health and safety. Before help arrives, avoid hazardous areas such as slippery places and electrical wires.

There are do’s and don'ts to handling a flood or flood damage. After a flood, remove excess water by mopping and blotting. If you are able, wipe excess water from countertops. Turn on all air conditioning for drying in the summer, remove colored rugs from wet carpeting, and gather loose items from the floor.

Don’ts include leaving wet fabrics in place. Instead, hang them up. Don’t leave books or magazines laying around and please do not use your vacuum to remove water; it will not work! Do not use any household appliances including ceiling fixtures if the ceiling is wet to avoid electrical damage and health risks.

As we like to say, no job is too large. Whether you are dealing with a tornado, hurricane, blizzard or flood, SERVPRO has a network of teams’ placed strategically in the event that a disaster strikes near you.

When disaster does strike, call SERVPRO of Southwest Lubbock at (806)-780-6311 for immediate help and request quick emergency recovery. 

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