Big or Small, It's All The Same
Picture this: You start filling your tub to prepare for a nice, relaxing bath when your mother-in-law calls you to express her worries over what to make for the potluck that's not happening for over a month. Wanting to alleviate her misplaced worry, you tell her that you'll look up some recipes for her on Pinterest and will get back to her. But before you're able to get off the phone, she starts asking about the weather where you are, your job, and the like. By the time you are finally able to considerately get off the phone, forty-five minutes have gone by . . . and now your tub water has overflowed onto the hardwood floor. What do you do? Do you A: Pile on all the towels you own and place a couple household fans in the hopes you handle it? Or, B: Call SERVPRO and have a team of professionals monitor the situation to ultimately meet IICRC standards? If you picked A, here is something to remember: Big or small, every water loss is different. And without the proper equipment and experience, something that started off small could become a huge headache in the future.