Do Wet Vacuums Remove Standing Water in My Pensacola Home?
Our professionals have many extraction tools, including wet vacuums, to prepare the property for thorough drying efforts.
Regarding extraction for your Pensacola home or condo after a water loss incident, there are many tools and pieces of equipment that could be beneficial to this effort. Standing water can be a common threat after substantial disasters impact your property, so fast response by competent restoration professionals makes a difference in how quickly the house gets dried and even the ability of our team to protect structural elements and contents.
Wet vacuums are among the most standard choices for water removal in your Pensacola residence.These units are versatile and lightweight, making them easy to move from one portion of the house to another during the extraction phase. When water depths do not exceed two inches, wet vacuums remain the top choice to remove surface water and even trapped moisture in materials like carpeting and hardwood floors.
What Other Extraction Tools Can Professionals Use?
As much of a place as wet vacuums have in the water removal needs of your damaged home or condo, other tools in our inventory also have a role in this vital mitigation effort. The choice in which extraction tools get used in specific situations falls to the inspection conducted by our project manager and crew chief before restoration begins. Often, the factors and play and choosing from the versatile array of options are the severity of the damage, the location of the surface water, and the specific materials affected. Some of the top machines for water removal include:
- Electric Submersible Pumps
- Trash Pumps
- High-Pressure Pumps
- Truck-Mount Extractors
Between water removal and the drying of your damaged property, you can count on the fast response of our SERVPRO of West Pensacola professionals. We have many tools and technologies that we can deploy quickly to make water losses “Like it never even happened.” Give us a call today at (850) 469-1160.
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