Flooding and Water Damage Restoration in Starkey, VAWhen your Starkey home has water damage from flooding or leaks, we have the expertise and equipment to properly restore your property. The water removal and water cleanup process is completed by our highly-trained technicians who will document the drying process. This validates that your property has been dried properly and thoroughly.
SERVPRO of Roanoke County
- 24-Hour Emergency Service
- Faster to Any Size Disaster
- Highly Trained Water Damage Restoration Specialists
- Locally Owned and Operated
- Advanced Restoration and Cleaning Equipment
Flooding or Water Damage? Call Us Today – (540) 389-5818
24 Hour Emergency Water Removal Service
Flooding or water damage can affect your Starkey home or business, day or night, without warning. That’s why we provide immediate emergency water damage restoration services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – 365 days a year.
Faster to Any Size Water Emergency
SERVPRO has over 1,700 U.S. and Canadian Franchise locations, strategically positioned to be faster to any size disaster. If your Starkey home or business is affected by water damage, we can provide an immediate emergency response that helps to prevent secondary damage and mold.
Highly-Trained Water Restoration Specialists
We are water damage specialists. We get started quickly to get your property dry and back to pre-water damage condition. We use advanced water removal and drying equipment and scientific drying principles to get you property dry quickly, including documenting the drying process to validate your home or business is ready. Learn about our water damage training and certificates.
Locally Owned and Operated
We are proud to be an active member of this community. SERVPRO of Roanoke County is locally owned and operated so we’re already nearby and ready to help Starkey residents and business owners with any-sized water and flood damage emergencies.
We are proud to serve our local communities:
Our Restoration Process
Every water damage event is a little different and requires a unique solution, but the general process stays the same. The steps listed below illustrate our process for the “typical” water damage emergency.
When you call us, our consultant will guide you through several questions that will help us respond to your water emergency more quickly and efficiently. This initial contact is an important part of a fast, effective restoration.
We carefully inspect your property’s water damage, determining the type of water damage and the areas affected. This is a crucial step to creating an effective plan of action that will result in a successful restoration.
Typically, hundreds or thousands of gallons of water are removed using our powerful pumps and vacuums during the water removal process. We start this process as soon as possible to minimize further damage and to help prevent mold growth.
We use specialized equipment to remove the remaining water which is harder to access. Our Professionals will use room measurements, temperature, and relative humidity to determine the optimal number of air movers and dehumidifiers needed to dry your home or business.
We clean, repair, and disinfect all of the restorable items and structures that were damaged by the water. We are adept at cleaning contents using a number of techniques. We’re also trained to remove odors using industrial air scrubbers and fogging equipment.
Restoration is the process or restoring your home or business to its pre-water damage condition. Restoration may involve minor repairs, such as replacing drywall and installing new carpet or may entail major repairs such as the reconstruction of various areas or rooms in a home or business.
The Trusted Leader in Water Restoration
You can trust SERVPRO of Roanoke County to understand your water emergency and quickly respond with the equipment and trained professionals you need right now. SERVPRO recognizes how troubling a water loss can be for a homeowner. Give us a call at (540) 389-5818 and we can answer any questions you have. SERVPRO can help restore your home, making it “Like it never even happened.”