If the weather so far this winter is any indication of how the rest of the season will progress, we’re in for several more months of unpredictable patterns brought on by El Niño. Unseasonably warm temperatures coupled with plenty of precipitation may very well result in the flooding of homes and business in the Denver, CO area. When a natural and unavoidable disaster such as this occurs, ServiceMaster DSI is here to provide water damage restoration services to those in need.
El Niño is brought about when the temperature of the Pacific Ocean’s surface is raised to above normal levels. This occurs about every two to five years and directly affects the North American continent, with the Denver area expected to feel the effects warm moisture pushing across from the Pacific Ocean during the winter months. This has resulted in above average snowfall, but when temperatures reach above freezing, excess rainfall and rapid snowmelt could also result.
Of course, it’s not possible to forecast exactly what will happen. However, in the event of natural flooding, or flooding caused by burst pipes in homes or business, a water damage restoration service gets the water removed from structures quickly. With 24/7 response times to these emergency situations, the team at ServiceMaster DSI ensures that the impact to businesses and family life is kept to a minimum.
Restoration services include inspection of furniture and carpeting to determine if it can be salvaged. Cleaning and reinstallation of these items is performed and repairs to floors, baseboards, and walls are undertaken. Affected areas are thoroughly dried to prevent mold from forming.
ServiceMaster DSI works quickly and professionally to limit the impact that severe weather has on our lives. We get families back safely into their homes and we get businesses back up and running with water damage restoration services throughout the area of Denver, CO. We are a dedicated team of experienced professionals who have earned the trust of the community by helping them in times of need.