Mitigation of Accidental Flooding Protects Buildings in El Centro
The office manager at St Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, Miss Maria, remembers a time a little over three years ago. The church sustained a tragedy when a fire sprinkler broke and flooded the entire building while she was out during her mid-day break and enjoying her lunch.
When Miss Maria returned after her break, she saw that the entire building had flooded. She called SERVPRO when she saw the water, everywhere and we responded immediately to her call for assistance. She felt profoundly relieved that we knew how to take charge of the situation and get things under control again quickly. Our professional attitude and IICRC-certifications assure our customers of our ability to restore everything, making churches, schools, businesses, and homes “Like it never even happened,” after any disaster.
Currently, Miss Maria is delighted in her beautiful office and can look back with amazement at the disaster. Because SERVPRO responded to the crisis so quickly and immediately began the process of eliminating the water, the damage remained under our control.
Our fast response and efficient work habits prevented the entire building from sustaining costly secondary water damage. Otherwise, St. Anthony's office spaces and the rest of the church building might have experienced several areas of microbial infestation and other types of secondary water damage.
Leaving our customers with a fully mitigated building means they can now continue as if the disaster never occurred. They also know that not only is their property now protected but also that they can rely on us in any unexpected and unforeseen events involving other disasters. Our technicians continually increase their levels of expertise to provide the best level of service possible to those in our community.
SERVPRO of El Centro / Salton City is always ready to help others like Miss Maria in Imperial who must cope with sudden and immediate disasters. We also serve Heber and Brawley businesses and residents. Contact us for assistance with flooding disasters by calling (760) 337-5858.