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How SERVPRO Keeps Northampton Schools Open After Water a Water Loss Event

2/17/2020 (Permalink)

Students in classroom raising hands.  Teacher in background Water damage can close schools. SERVPRO can remove the water and keep your school open.

Extractors Used by Large Loss Teams Restoring Northampton Schools

When standing water is a concern in Northampton schools because of a pipe bursting above ceiling tiles or some form of vandalism, it is vital to get the right qualified personnel involved as quickly as possible. While the county and districts both offer qualified maintenance and custodial workers, widespread water removal needs might be more than these trained individuals have the equipment or expertise to handle.

Because of the finite amount of time that you have to work with before students and their families are substantially inconvenienced by a loss incident, water removal for Northampton schools should happen as promptly as possible. Because of the 24/7 response of our SERVPRO professionals, we can not only respond to your initial request for assistance quickly but also have boots on the ground and en route to your damaged school within hours of the contact.

Our team can combine our personnel and inventory of equipment with other area branches of our company to provide limitless restoration potential for massive structures like your high school. Though much of the flooring might be tiling that can resist water damages, this feature also helps the water to migrate more quickly throughout the entire level, and even into lower levels of the school through open stairwells.

The right extractor can make a substantial difference throughout the facility, and when used in multiple locations at once, can quickly work to manage standing water concerns. Several extractors can get used to remove several inches or feet of migrating water from flooring surfaces before more focused drying begins, and these include:

  • Electric Submersible Pumps
  • Gas-Powered Trash Pumps
  • Engine-Driven Truck Mounted Pumps
  • Wet Vacuums

When substantial water loss incidents take place in your school, fast response with efficient extractors can reduce the migration and severity of the situation. No matter when you discover a water emergency on your campus, let our SERVPRO of Hampshire County team help with our prompt and experienced response. Give us a call anytime at (413) 324-1300.

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