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Homeowners in Great Neck Use SERVPRO

SERVPRO services give a homeowner in Great Neck access to IICRC-certified technicians to address home water damage. We remove exposed drywall and use air movers, hand-held water extractors, and our 250 MAX Low Grain Refrigerant Dehumidifiers to remove excess moisture.

Mold Under Flooring

This home experienced extensive mold growth beneath their engineered vinyl flooring material.  SERVPRO of Great Neck/Port Washington was able to clean the air and surfaces with EPA approved environmentally friendly antimicrobial agents.  The flooring will have to be replaced as the mold is all through it.  

Mold from Leaking Pipes

Leaking copper pipes in a wall left these homeowners with a case of mold.  Once walls were opened the problem was more readily seen - it was cleaned and restored to it's pre-mold condition.

Improperly done egress windows can cause mold

Basements that have been finished must be monitored for excessive moisture - in this home the moisture was hidden behind the wall under an egress window. The wood studs, paper covered sheetrock reacted to the moisture levels that were not drying, and mold growth began.  Remove the moisture and remove the ability for mold to grow - in this case, requiring the drainage outside the window to be redone.

Raw Sewage is a BioHazard

We see a lot of this.....  Never try to cross a basement that has been flooded with contaminated water loaded with bacteria.  It is not recommended saving contents soaked in raw sewage - expect that you will have to let it go and discard.

Mold Can Cause Illness if Left To Grow

We see all too often the repercussions when a leak is left to drip - homeowners go from a trickle to a full blown mold situation often affecting the structure, contents and air quality.                

Hoarding Situations

We have a surprising number of hoarding situations - often the revelation comes about when we arrive for a call on a fire or water damage.  We treat the clients sensitively and with respect.  Yes, that's one of our technicians standing on debris more than 3' high.