When water damage occurs in your home, we know how important it is for you to get back to normal as soon as possible. Your life has been completely disrupted by this unplanned disaster, and you need to rely on someone you can trust to take care of your home. At ServiceMaster of Hattiesburg, our professional team of licensed and insured technicians will make sure your property is restored as quickly and efficiently as possible, protecting your property and giving you peace of mind.
Our emergency response team is available 24/7 and will respond immediately, day or night, to your water damage disaster. Please do not hesitate to give us a call – the sooner we can get started the better.
We provide comprehensive water damage services for our customers. This means that you just have to make a single call and we can take care of all the damage to your property including:
Some services may be subcontracted.
If your home has been impacted by a water source such as flooding, a sewage backup, or a sump pump backup, the water is considered contaminated and additional steps will be necessary during cleanup to restore your property to a safe and healthy environment. Whenever there is the possibility that water may be contaminated with bacteria, viruses, sewage, or other contaminants you should proceed with extreme caution and avoid any contact with the water.
Clean water sources, such as a broken pipe, leaking water supply line, or an overflowing sink or bathtub typically do not require any extra steps to disinfect and decontaminate your property. However, if clean water is left to stand for several days, mold can become an issue. No matter what type of water is affecting your property, don’t delay! Call us immediately to take care of the water damage and return your home back to normal.
Water damage and bacteria growth can begin within hours after you experience a loss. To increase your chances of a complete recovery, call ServiceMaster Action Clean as soon as possible. In the meantime, there are a few things you can do to ensure a more successful restoration.
What to do:
What not to do: