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Can My Hardwood Floors In My Carol Stream Home Be Restored After Water Damage?

9/16/2020 (Permalink)

water damaged home Our goal is to leave your home, “Like it never even happened.”

SERVPRO Technicians Employ Advanced Technology to Restore Flooring in Carol Stream Homes

When any type of water intrusion occurs in a Carol Stream home, damaged flooring is one of the main problems. It is a situation that SERVPRO technicians deal with on a daily basis. If this case, a pipe burst, spilling water into the kitchen and living room and impacting the hardwood floors.

What Can Happen to Hardwood Floors When Wet?
To salvage your floors, you need to get professional help immediately. The longer the water is absorbed, the worse it becomes for the flooring materials. The water needs extracting as quickly as possible. There is an acceptable amount of moisture for hardwood floors, usually around 10%. If the levels go above that, especially for extended times, damage can occur. The planks can distort, and the subflooring can have problems. Buckling, cupping, and crowning are the result of the planks and strips becoming distorted. Water cleanup in Carol Stream is needed to prevent this from happening.

Restoring Hardwood Floors
Our technicians can restore the flooring if swift action is taken. Our truck-mounted extractors can connect to special floor mats that pull moisture from several layers. This ensures that water in the subflooring gets appropriately extracted. The crew also uses air movers and dehumidifiers to dry the floor thoroughly.

Comprehensive Restoration Service
When there is water damage, more than flooring can be affected. SERVPRO can restore the following:
    •    Structural elements
    •    Furniture
    •    Carpet and padding
    •    Household items
    •    Linens and drapes
    •    Books and documents
    •    Wood items

Our goal is to leave your home, “Like it never even happened.” We restore rather than replace whenever possible. If water intrudes on your home, do not let it sit. Prevent permanent floor damage by calling in the experts. Contact SERVPRO of Carol Stream / East Bloomingdale at (630) 830-6236 for expert flood damage service. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.

What Fire Effects Threaten Multiple Units of Your Carol Stream Apartment Complex?

9/8/2020 (Permalink)

Apartments SERVPRO has the experienced technicians with the equipment and expertise your apartment complex needs after a fire incident. Give us a call right away

Restoring units for several tenants is the property manager's responsibility, making professional fire restoration critical to begin immediately after a disaster. 



Any fire loss situation to one of the apartments in a Carol Stream complex that you own can be devastating to the unit. Confined spaces can often mean thicker smoke and soot residues, and greater concentrations of smoke and burning odors. As challenging as this situation might be for an individual apartment when you consider that multiple units adjacent and adjoining through shared walls and floor/ceiling systems could also become impacted, there is a sense of urgency to restore the damage. 

As a leading team for fire restoration in Carol Stream and the Greater Bloomingdale area, we have effective strategies to manage fire effects in communal areas like the lobby and hallways, but also the direct impact to residences that you must address when disasters strike your structure. 

What Threats Are the Most Problematic for Restorers? 

Several loss effects and damaged areas can give our restoration team the most trouble with the property's recovery, including:

  • Soot/Smoke Residues – Partial combustion can leave thick residues on an apartment's walls and contents, which often takes several products and approaches to remove entirely. 
  • Air Quality Control – Circulating soot and debris can be hazardous to those exposed without the appropriate personal protective equipment and can spread quickly through trafficked areas like hallways. 
  • Smoke Odors – Combustion creates harsh and noxious scents that spread in communal areas, but can also penetrate porous building materials to damage neighboring apartments to the source.
  • Structural Weaknesses – Fires can be highly destructive to structural elements like joists, supports, flooring, and ceiling materials. Controlled demolition and build back are almost always needed after structure fires. 

Because so many tenants can become affected by a single loss incident, it is essential to entrust the property to capable fire restorers like our SERVPRO of Carol Stream / East Bloomingdale team at (630) 830-6236.

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How Do Carol Stream Homes Get Restored After Flash Floods?

9/7/2020 (Permalink)

Fire damaged kitchen Whenever disasters strike, you can count on the fast response of our SERVPRO of Carol Stream / East Bloomingdale team to help.

Flash floods can develop with little warning and leave many Carol Stream homes and businesses throughout the area damaged by rapidly changing conditions like rising waters in the streams and creeks.

Flash flooding conditions are among the most alarming for Carol Stream neighborhoods as these emergencies can simultaneously impact several properties. Even with preparation and warning, there is little that can be done to entirely prevent the damage that rushing water and rapidly rising natural flooding can do. Most of the actions that homeowners can take in these situations are reactive, meaning that the damage has already occurred. Now, professional flood restoration companies like our SERVPRO of Carol Stream / East Bloomingdale team are responding with efficient mitigation and recovery strategies.

With flood damage in Carol Stream being a common threat through the spring and summer months, it is vital to know whom to call when these disasters strike. Lower-lying properties throughout the city have contended with flood losses multiple times in just the recent years, prompting many of these homeowners to install diversion channels equipment in the basement. Sump pumps and drains can often prevent water pooling in these lower levels, but those without these diversion options often experience the worst damage.

What Areas of a Home Get Damaged During Flash Flooding?
Flash flooding here in Illinois often results from either a slow-moving storm system that is unloading substantial amounts of rainfall or several systems passing through in quick succession. Excessive runoff finds its ways to creek beds, streams, and other water bodies to become an overwhelming force against nearby homes and businesses. When flash flooding moves towards your home, several areas could become damaged almost immediately:

    •    Basement - Lower levels of houses are not uncommon in our neighborhoods, so windows and vents for the subterranean level become points of entry for forceful flooding conditions.
    •    Siding - With no points of your foundation above grade, the veneer and brickwork of your home go right to the ground level. When exposed to devastating flood water with debris and other solids, the siding could become destroyed.
    •    Foundation – Exposed foundations can fall victim to the immense pressure that high volumes of water can produce. Hydrostatic force can push the wall of water through cracks and vulnerabilities in masonry to reach your basement.
    •    First Floor – When your home does not have a basement level and instead is sitting on a concrete slab as a foundation, rising water can quickly surpass your home's thresholds and enter the first floor.
    •    Garage – Garages have little defense for water that overwhelms grating and drains in front of the bay door. Once debris blocks the grating of this drain, water can easily enter your garage area.

What Extraction Options Are Best for Natural Flooding?
Removing standing water is a vital need after your home is a victim of flash flooding. While water outside your home can subside, the several inches or feet of pooling in your basement requires effective extraction solutions to resolve. Because flash floods welcome extensive debris and solids into your home along with the water, electric submersible pumps that would often be ideal for water removal are ineffective. Instead, our SERVPRO team utilizes flood removal tools that can also pass debris and smaller solids, such as:

    •    Trash Pumps
    •    Wet Vacuums
    •    Truck-Mount Extractors

With surface water almost entirely addressed, we can begin vital muck-out cleaning for the property. This process removes mud, debris, solids, and other potential contaminants from the house. Extracted water can also help to identify exposed materials that must get discarded and later replaced by our in-house contractors.

Is Controlled Demolition Necessary?
As much as many homeowners might assume that flood recovery involves drying the house and wipe cleaning the surfaces that got dirty, there is often a higher risk of contamination, bacteria, and viral pathogens to consider. The movement of rushing floodwater can encounter multiple damaging substances, chemicals, and other degrading biological debris that creates a health hazard. Our contractors must remove exposed materials and replace them to ensure that these blackwater incidents do not become a threat to occupants of the house or responding technicians. Choices in controlled demolition involve:

    •    Contamination Exposure
    •    Structural Deterioration
    •    Saturation
    •    Mold/Microbial Threats

Multiple threats can result from unexpected flooding in the area. Because flash floods can develop over just a few hours, there is often little that can be done to thwart the damage your home could experience completely. Whenever disasters strike, you can count on the fast response of our SERVPRO of Carol Stream / East Bloomingdale team to help. We are available 24/7 at (630) 830-6236.

Should I Try to Get Rid of the Water in My Carol Stream House Before Calling Fire Damage Experts?

8/29/2020 (Permalink)

burned picture surrounded by ashes Fire damage in your home can take a long time to fix if not taken care of properly. Contact SERVPRO for professional remediation services.

SERVPRO Is a Full-Service Disaster Recovery Company, Able to Handle the Entire Spectrum of Fire Damage Tasks in Carol Stream

The quantity and devastating effects of firefighting water can be shocking to Carol Stream residents coping with the aftermath of a household blaze. Hiring a company with highest quality skills in both water and fire damage management and remediation is the smartest decision, streamlining the recovery process with using best practices for both types of disasters.

Do All Fire Scenes Require Water Damage Mitigation as an Initial Phase?

It is rare to assess fire damage in a Carol Stream residence without at least some level of water loss. The firefighters who come to your aid do not stint on water as a deterrent to catastrophic destruction. Many homes today have sprinkler systems that engage in response to heat or smoke. Water must be managed first because of:

  • A wide range of safety issues, including slip, trip, and fall and electric shock
  • Contaminants in the water from the fire residues
  • The potential of eventual and severe secondary damage, including structural collapse from the weight of the water and mold growth

Can Our Crews Handle Both Water and Fire Damage?

SERVPRO’s workforce masters industry standards for water removal and structural drying as well as fire debris and residue cleanup through the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) comprehensive training course catalog. We arrive with all the water detection, extraction, and drying equipment in our service vehicles, never missing a beat. We begin the water mitigation and remediation as our project manager assesses and plans for all following phases of the fire damage restoration project.

The broad range of mitigation and remediation services offered by SERVPRO of Carol Stream / East Bloomingdale permits comprehensive fire damage relief for our residential customers. Call (630) 830-6236 before the firefighters leave so we can arrive promptly to evaluate and plan for restoration.

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How Can Refrigerator Maintenance Prevent The Need For Water Cleanup?

8/12/2020 (Permalink)

Leaking fridge Faulty appliances can quickly cause water damage in your home. Call the professionals at SERVPRO today for assistance.

Carol Stream Residents Want To Avoid Water Cleanup If Possible.

Carol Stream residents know how essential appliances are when it comes to convenience. What would we do without refrigerators to keep our food fresh, washers for our clothes, and dishwashers for those dirty plates?

Unfortunately, appliances sometimes leak. A leaking refrigerator can leave homeowners in Carol Stream needing water cleanup. In such events, SERVPRO is on hand to help. However, if you can prevent the leak from happening, that is even better.

What can I do to prevent my refrigerator leaking?

Here are some easy steps to prevent refrigerator leaks:

Check the level of your appliance – it should be leaning back slightly to ensure water drains in the right direction

Use a pipe cleaner to clean out the drainage line in the back of your refrigerator – you can also use a little soapy water

Check door seals and make sure they are clean and intact – if there is condensation on the outside of your appliance this could be a sign that the seals need replacing

Inspect the drip tray, defrost lines, and any other connections regularly

Should I do water cleanup myself or call someone?

If your refrigerator has leaked a tiny puddle onto your linoleum, you can mop it up with a cloth. However, if:

Water has gotten into a carpet

You suspect water has seeped into baseboards or walls

The leak has spread to other electrical appliances

You can see that wallpaper is damp and peeling nearby

It is time to call the experts. SERVPRO trains our teams in swift, efficient, water mitigation. It does not make sense to try cleaning it up yourself when professional teams have the right equipment and proper training for the job.

What can SERVPRO do if my refrigerator leaks?

If it seems that water has made its way into carpets, under linoleum, or into walls or baseboards, we can help. We use a range of moisture meters to assess the situation. No job is too big or too small – we have moisture wands, spot cleaning kits, and even wall cavity drying gear, to deal with any water surrounding your refrigerator.

For help with water cleanup, call SERVPRO of Carol Stream / East Bloomingdale at (630) 830-6236.

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How Do You Recover From Flooding In Carol Stream?

8/6/2020 (Permalink)

flooding in property SERVPRO of Carol Stream / East Bloomingdale can help ease the burden.

SERVPRO Can Help Manage the Restoration of Your Carol Stream School after Flood Damage for a Satisfactory Outcome

Whether a torrential downpour or a storm causes the flooding at your school, you have to make plans for the recovery, which in many cases, requires elaborate procedures to achieve the desired goals. SERVPRO can send a team of qualified technicians to your Carol Stream facility within a few hours to help perform various restoration tasks.

Which steps have a significant impact when addressing flood damage incidents in Carol Stream?

    •    Proper documentation of the loss
    •    Water extraction and moisture management
    •    Removal and renovation of deteriorated materials

A flooding incident in Carol Stream may only last a couple of minutes but still fill the classes, offices, or even the gym with significant amounts of water. In most of the rooms, the water drains out on its own when floodwaters outside the structure recede. However, you need to make plans for extraction in some sections of the property, especially if the floors are set at a lower elevation than the ground level outside the structure. Barriers such as wall panels or floor fittings can also prevent the smooth flow of water from the structure once flooding recedes in other areas.

Our SERVPRO technicians help facilitate faster water removal from the structure in many ways, including:
    •    Making flood cuts to release water from wall cavities
    •    Punching weep holes or vent holes
    •    Extracting it using state of the art water extractors

Why is it necessary to document damage from flooding?

Recording the extent of damages caused by flooding is essential for several reasons, including:
    •    Easing the process of seeking insurance compensation
    •    Establishing ways to flood-proof the property
    •    Helping trace valuable items after the incident

Once the floodwaters start rising inside your school structures, you may decide to take immediate remedial action such as moving file cabinets or other emergency steps, especially in a bid to save paper materials from exposure to water or excess moisture. However, making such moves before an adjuster arrives at your premises can complicate the process of claiming compensation.

Proper documentation can help you save your valuables while providing sufficient evidence to your insurer that the loss occurred. You can also tell exactly which areas the water reaches for other purposes, such as decontamination. Our SERVPRO technicians help with such documentation by taking photos and videos of the entire loss site. We start with photos taken at the entrance of the affected structures before we capture specific areas inside the property.

Which flood proofing steps can help prevent future loss?

Some flooding situations, such as rising groundwater breaching the property, are difficult to prevent since they affect vast areas. However, if the water infiltrates the property because of poor landscaping or problems with gutters, you can make changes that help prevent future loss. Perusing photos showing the buildings submerged in water after the incident is resolved can help you decide where to make changes.

What level of decontamination is necessary?

Floodwaters introduce a wide range of contaminants, including biohazards and chemicals, into the buildings they affect. For a learning institution, such contaminants can pose grave risks considering the learners make contact with the affected surfaces frequently, especially when playing. Sanitizing all the areas affected by the floodwater is necessary to remove all traces of the contaminants.

Decontamination may require several steps depending on the materials you have and the condition of the water that affects the property. Our technicians help clean heavily soiled surfaces such as tiled floors to remove contaminated residues. If drywall and other porous materials are soaked in the floodwaters, we perform controlled demolition of the affected section to remove the contaminated material.

In addition to removing the visible soils, we also take care of invisible contaminants, such as traces of bacteria deposited by the floodwaters around the affected surfaces. We use chemical agents such as antimicrobials, which inhibit the microbial growth, and disinfectants such as phenols or alcohols, which kill 99% of the organisms they contact.

One challenge that you might experience when trying to decontaminate surfaces is the poor distribution of the chemical agent used. Most agents require physical contact with the targeted substance for at least 10 minutes to neutralize it. When dealing with vast areas such as classrooms or halls, it is possible to miss some areas. Our technicians overcome this by using equipment such as pump sprayers or fogging equipment to deliver the product in a mist that spreads evenly in all affected areas.

The road to recovery might be daunting when your institution in Bloomingdale, Glendale Heights, or Addison is affected by a flooding incident. SERVPRO of Carol Stream / East Bloomingdale can help ease the burden. Call us at (630) 830-6236 to help. We’re Faster to Any Size Disaster.

How Can I Get Floodwater Out of My Bloomingdale Closet?

7/26/2020 (Permalink)

Flood in a house with furniture floating The cleanup of flood damage needs to happen as soon as possible.

SERVPRO can extract the water out of your Bloomingdale closet and restore it like new

One of the most frequently seen reasons for water in a closet due to floodwater comes from a slab leak around the edge of the Bloomingdale property. This is a severe structural issue and will continue to allow water into the loss area with every rain until fixed. SERVPRO technicians can extract the water and perform temporary measures that can keep additional water from entering the closet until the homeowner can get the needed repairs done.

How Can I Avoid Musty Water Odors From Flood Damage in a Closet?

Flood damage brings extra things to your Bloomingdale home that regular water loss from a pipe burst or appliance malfunction does not such as:
    •    Pungent odor   
    •    Potential contaminants  
    •    Staining  
    •    Formation of an environment conducive to mold growth

In a small space such as a closet, the water cleanup needs to happen quickly as the longer it remains on-site, the more damage it does. SERVPRO technicians can ascertain in short order if they need to unload the items within the closet to a safe around or if the small space can get extracted and dried with the pieces in place. In cases where a pack-out gets deemed necessary, the techs note the placement of each article, so when the techs complete the restoration services, the items can get brought in and placed where they were taken from.

If the need for any odor control exists after drying, the techs may use equipment such as a thermal fogger if there are no clothing items in the closet or a hydroxyl generator, which is safe for use around people, pets, plants, and closet contents. We often can place deodorizing pellets to help mask simple odors during the restoration process.

The cleanup of flood damage needs to happen as soon as possible. Call SERVPRO of Carol Stream / East Bloomingdale at (630) 830-6236; the certified technicians are available 24/7 to assist local property owners with any size floodwater situation.

What are Preventable Reasons for a Bathroom Fire in Carol Stream?

7/21/2020 (Permalink)

fire damaged home Fire damage needs fast action to ensure the best outcome for your home and contents.

SERVPRO techs have the equipment and knowledge to restore your Carol Stream bathroom from any size fire loss

An overloaded outlet is one of the most common reasons for a residential bathroom fire. The result of this type of fire often leans towards organic materials such as cabinets, vanities, and window treatments burning around the porcelain fixtures. Beginning cleanup as soon as the fire department says it is safe for SERVPRO team members to enter can save Carol Stream homeowners from further loss. Other frequently seen reasons for bathroom blazes include:
    •    Overheating bathroom fans  
    •    Candles   
    •    Smoldering matches tossed into wastebaskets

Is Anything Restorable After Fire Damage in a Bathroom?

When viewing the fire damage for the first time in your Carol Stream bathroom, seeing all the debris and items often piled in the bathtub, you might not see any potential for restoration, but often it is there.

SERVPRO technicians clear out the charred mess and look at items as they do so to determine if they should go to a cleaning station or require disposal as a loss. The area gets contained covering doors, and vents so soot does not cross-contaminate through the ductwork or foot traffic to other areas of the home.

Soot can deteriorate chrome fixtures the longer it stays in contact with them. The techs have solutions formulated for chrome and then protect the handles and spouts by wrapping them to inhibit any potential for damage for airborne soot particles landing on them.

Due to the heat, everything in a bathroom is at risk for damage from a fire. Toilets may contain water, but the heat during a fire can crack the porcelain and the same for bathtubs. SERVPRO techs may need to perform a controlled demo down to the framework and then prep the room for repairs to bring it back to a fully restored state.

Fire damage needs fast action to ensure the best outcome for your home and contents. Contact SERVPRO of Carol Stream / East Bloomingdale at (630) 830-6236, the trained, certified techs are available 24/7.

Can My Water-Damaged Furnishings Be Saved?

7/10/2020 (Permalink)

Couches in water in living room SERVPRO professionals are trained to handle all types of water damage.

Some Water Damage Restoration Services in Carol Stream, Like SERVPRO, Can Save Your Water-Damaged Furnishings. 

Many times when a water leak impacts your home, your furniture, and other household items are affected. These items are often expensive, irreplaceable, or both. Water-damaged chairs, tables, and other furnishings could be valuable antiques that are nearly impossible to replace. They may also be priceless family heirlooms that have been passed down through generations of your family. It is equally possible that these objects might have little-to-no monetary worth at all and simply possess great sentimental value because they remind you of a deceased loved one. Whatever value your furnishings hold for you, rest assured that there are Carol Stream restoration services that can help you save them.

What Happens to Wooden Furniture Exposed to Water?

SERVPRO, a Carol Stream water damage remediation service, is highly experienced in restoring both wooden and upholstered household contents that have been damaged by water. As a result, our technicians understand the unique challenges water-damaged wooden furniture presents. Furniture made of wood and wood products does not react so well to water and excess moisture. These furnishings are affected by liquids in different ways, depending on what type of wooden materials they are made of and how they are constructed. In general, hardwood products tend to react more favorably to water than those made of engineered woods like particleboard. With that said, here are some common ways water impacts wooden furniture:

Water spotting on finishes

Swelling and cracking of wood

Joint weakening and separation

Dry rot from fungal growths

Warping of particleboard products

How Does Water Damage Upholstered Items?

Water can also harm your upholstered furnishings in numerous ways. It affects the fabric coverings, internal fillings, and wooden structures of these household objects. The damage this excess moisture does can appear over the short-term or develop in the future due to improper or ineffective remediation efforts. Some of the various effects water has on your upholstered possessions are:

Water Staining

Color bleeding and transfers between fabrics

Rusting of cover zippers

The promotion of 

Persistent and difficult to eliminate musty odors

Wooden frame damage, including swelling, cracking, and joint deterioration  

It is, therefore, important to find a water damage remediation service with the right training and experience to effectively handle your particular issue. Otherwise, your furniture could be irreparably harmed or even become a total loss. Also, improperly addressed damage might spread to other materials over time and make future repairs even more costly.

What Can SERVPRO Do to Save My Furnishings?

Trained SERVPRO specialists can do many things to restore your water-damaged furniture. They are knowledgeable in various methods of returning your cherished wooden and upholstered furnishings to their original condition. However, before employing these methods, our workers remove your furniture from water-impacted flooring and put it on blocks. Afterward, they restore these possessions by:

Drying wooden chairs, tables, and other items with wet vacs, air movers, and dehumidifiers

Sanding and refinishing affected wood surfaces

Regluing and reassembling impacted and separated joints

Extracting water from upholstered furnishings with heated extractors and wands that also clean affected materials with detergents

Placing waxed paper between different impacted cover fabrics and metal zippers/buttons to prevent rusting and color bleeding

Leaning couch/sofa cushions upright against each other (tenting) to facilitate drying   

Using injection devices and foggers to treat water-damaged upholstery with antifungals and deodorants

All of the aforementioned measures help SERVPRO mitigate, repair, and prevent future damage from your water leak. In this way, our experienced technicians save you time, money, and unnecessary headaches.

Water damage results from a myriad of different causes and can occur at any time without much warning. It may be caused by a catastrophic pipe failure, an appliance malfunction, a rusted-out water container, or a slow pipe or roof leak. Anyone of these issues could harm wooden and upholstered furnishings in your home. They can affect objects in every part of your home, including basements, living rooms, kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, and attics. The time it takes to discover and repair a leak depends on its location and severity. Which is an important consideration because, generally, the faster water damage is located, the easier and cheaper it is to remediate.

While clean, or unused, water is usually easier to clean up than contaminated waters, it also can be quite damaging to your furnishings. The longer clean water is allowed to remain on your furniture, the more microbes can grow, and the more water-related issues it can cause. If it is not quickly and effectively cleaned up, this water can cause unpleasant odors, foster bacterial and fungal growths, and irreparably damage your household possessions. Luckily, water damage restoration companies like SERVPRO know how to best save such impacted wooden and upholstered furnishings.

If you ever need help saving water-damaged furniture, contact SERVPRO of Carol Stream/East Bloomingdale at (630) 830-6236 for professional assistance.

High Winds Battered Our House, How Can I Get it Back to Normal?

6/25/2020 (Permalink)

A home with a tree fallen over in the home. When it comes to storm damage in your Carol Stream home SERVPRO has you covered.

SERVPRO Has Crews to Address Windstorm Damage to Restore Your Home in Carol Stream to Pre-Loss Condition

Thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes all bring the potential of high winds and rain. Whenever your Carol Stream home suffers such loss, you need to address it quickly so that you can save your interior from taking on secondary damage due to exposure. SERVPRO sends crews out for emergency mitigation and restoration 24/7 so that you have the peace of mind in knowing someone is on your side. 

What Happens Once I Call SERVPRO?

When you contact us for help with wind storm damage in Carol Stream, we send out a team in four hours or less to begin the initial assessment. If your roof has been impacted, we tarp it off to prevent further damage to your interior while everything gets inspected and then repaired. If necessary, we also have board-up services that secure your property and protect your home from illegal entry, animals, and further exposure to the elements.

Hiring SERVPRO means:

  •   24/7 emergency restoration services
  •   We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster
  •   All of our technicians are IICRC-certified--Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification
  •   If water has saturated your interior due to storm damage and high winds, we also have highly-trained water restoration technicians (WRT)

Calling us, you know that you have a team available fast so that we can lessen the damage, cut back on costs, and prevent further loss from happening. Storms happen without warning, and high winds can be extremely devastating. We can handle any size disaster with the help of our Disaster Recovery Team. We formulate a custom restoration plan and approach each project on a case-by-case basis. 

SERVPRO of Carol Stream/East Bloomingdale is here whenever you need help with wind storm damage. To have a crew deployed to your property fast to get started on an assessment, give us a call at (630) 830-6236. We will make it, “Like it never even happened.”