SERVPRO of Fargo is Your Superpower against Water Damage.
Did you know that water damage can easily lead to mold damage and cause other problems if not remediated? At SERVPRO® of Fargo, our teams can remediate damage and help restore your home to its preloss condition. We help make water damage “Like it never even happened.”
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Water is a good example of the “too much of a good thing” kind of warning. We need it to survive and to keep clean, but too much water and we’re sunk (sorry).
If you’ve been around when an appliance overflowed or when a rainstorm caused flooding indoors, you know what a disaster water can cause. If there is water damage in your home, regardless of the cause, call us at 701-232-2455.
When water damage starts scheduling itself to occur only during conventional business hours, we’ll start doing the same. Until then, we’re always open at SERVPRO of Fargo to handle emergencies.
Water Damage and Mold Growth
Excess moisture often leads to microbial growth, including mold. The two go together, not quite like peanut-butter and jam, but you’ll never find mold without finding excess moisture. Water damage, often caused by lots of water leaking, pouring, dripping, oozing, or gushing where it doesn’t belong, does not have to include mold.
If the Guardians against Ghastliness (our just-formed nickname for the SERVPRO of Fargo team members) arrive before mold has had time to develop, we may be able to prevent the growth from happening at all. Mold cannot grow without water.
Water Damage, With or Without Mold Growth
It’s remarkable that the same stuff we drink, wash with, and use in cooking is the same stuff that can crack stone, delaminate flooring, shred insulation, and stain upholstery. Fortunately, we are trained to:
- Extract water
- Find excess water hidden as humidity
- Dry structures
- Dry furniture, textiles, other belongings
- Clean and disinfect structures, air vents, HVAC, belongings
- Mitigate mold damage
- Remove, not mask, odors
- Help restore home and belongings
Call if you have questions: 701-232-2455. We’re always happy to share information.
Time for Trivia!
The Division of Old & Useless Information has been busy carting old magazines (remember those?) to recycling centers and came across this tidbit:
When Reginald Dwight wanted a more rock n’ roll name to go with his new band, he looked to bandmates Long John Baldry (vocals) and Elton Dean (saxophone) to become Elton John.
SERVPRO of Fargo
We have no Grammys, but we’re still professionals.