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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Storm Damage Causes Leak In Fleetwood, NY Home’s Roof

What Happened?

When this Fleetwood, NY residence was hammered by a torrential rainstorm, extensive water infiltration made itself immediately apparent. Concerned with the speed at which the water staining was spreading throughout their ceiling, the homeowner opted to contact a local leader in water damage mitigation; SERVPRO of Yonkers North. In calling SERVPRO, this homeowner entrusted the restoration of their roof and ceiling to a trained team of professionals who’ve made their name in the industry for over 50 years.

Storm Damage Causes Leak In Fleetwood, NY Home’s Roof

In disaster mitigation, time is of the essence. Especially with water damage, any disaster has the potential to compound damages the more time that passes. Mold, seepage, and other disastrous results can easily spiral out of control. Because of this, SERVPRO makes sure to keep crews on call 24/7 to make sure your home has the coverage it needs when disaster strikes. 

What Did We Do?

Arriving to the home with haste, our crews unloaded all of the necessary equipment from their van. After locating the source of the leak with guidance from the homeowner, the SERVPRO team quickly got to work patching the source of the water infiltration. Once the waterflow was stymied, work began on stripping away any soaked insulation and ceiling drywall in the immediate area. The rest of the home was then scoured for residual water staining, with workers removing any affected drywall as they proceeded through. Next, transporting the damaged materials off-site, the SERVPRO crew began replacing any affected drywall in the ceiling and walls, with dehumidifiers being deployed as a final step. Once the dust settled from this storm, this Fleetwood, NY looked “Like it never even happened.”