Storms Can Leave Merrimack Homes in Need of Water Damage Repair
New Options Come with Water Damage Repair Work
A storm can happen any time during the year in Merrimack, with winter often bringing freezing temperatures and powerful winds. When inclement weather tears openings in your house's exterior, rain, sleet, snow, and ice can get inside and affect insulation, drywall, paneling, and other materials. SERVPRO helps homeowners undo the damage with professional water damage repair services.
Helping property owners in Merrimack through our water damage repair services allows us to show them different options that can do more than merely restore their property. We can change several aspects of your home's interior. Doing so is often possible through your insurance. Our crew leader can explain more about these options.
These changes include:
- Painting, wallpapering, paneling,
- Carpeting and other floor coverings, and
- Updating entryway doors and cabinetry.
Changing the color of the rooms that need water damage repairs can brighten them up and create a new look. Wallpaper and paneling can accomplish this also, and change hallways and foyers, as well.
Repairs often mean blending old with new when a home sustains water damage. However, with flooring, we usually must remove the entire floor covering to provide the customer with a consistent result. Otherwise, trip hazards might result, as well as an unaesthetic appearance.
Water can cause wood to swell, split, and warp. Veneers can peel away from surfaces. Moisture often causes problems with the closing of doors. Cabinetry might not close correctly, where the inside of the door no longer lies flush against the cabinetry framework. We can eliminate such issues when we do repairs to fix water damage.
In addition to these improvements, SERVPRO can provide deodorization services. Water damage often creates a musty odor. We can discuss the available scents and how we can apply each one for you.
Call SERVPRO of Merrimack at (603) 262-9293 for scaled-to-you water damage repairs that can make your residence "Like it never even happened."