Who Can I Call for Water Cleanup in my Rental Units?
SERVPRO Helps Landlords Across the Nation When There is Water Damage to Their Rental Properties
Real estate can be an excellent investment to generate a steady stream of income. Some landlords are lucky to experience virtually no problems with their tenants or the property itself. However, it is not uncommon for leaks to spring in one of your rental units, leaving you in need of a professional service.
Property owners with water damage in Lenexa can reach out to us at SERVPRO to alleviate the situation and successfully perform a water cleanup job. Our staff understands the needs of tenants and landlords, and we strive to restore the property promptly and with minimal disruption. To respond to your sense of urgency, we make ourselves available around the clock through our emergency hotline.
Can I wait until the tenant moves out to remove water damage?
Coordinating with a renter can be cumbersome but acting quickly after water seeps into your floors and cabinets is a priority. If you decide to wait until the rental unit is vacant, you run the risk of finding mold and bacteria growing in your property. Furthermore, our SERVPRO team can tell you whether structural elements are also at risk due to excess humidity. Our state-of-the-art technology grants us measuring tools to detect water accumulation in wall cavities, subfloors, and behind cabinets. When we detect water, we can use one of several techniques to remove it from your home, including the following-
- Air movers- we increase airflow and circulation to stimulate evaporation
- Injecti-dry- we poke small holes in your baseboards to inject air into wall cavities and restore moisture levels
- Extraction wands- these allow us to access corners and other hard to reach crevices to extract water
We understand the need to be mindful of your tenant's privacy and time. You can trust SERVPRO of Olathe/Lenexa to carry out the job professionally and efficiently. Call us at (913) 782-4693 and let us leave your property "Like it never even happened."
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