Jamestown Water Flow in a Bathroom
When no one is around, that is the time that most water leaks or issues arise. The toilet tank in this Jamestown home had a stuck stopper float, and the water cascaded over the sides of the commode and drenched the walls and floor. The linoleum was old, had several cracks, and directed water to the below subfloor. SERVPRO technicians can identify the course of action and implement the service to mitigate the water damage. The After Photo illustrates the flood cut and removal of the drywall to access the wall cavity for drying. The wood subfloor boards are also exposed to drying with our advanced equipment. It is essential to ensure a restoration of acceptable levels of moisture content before the wall is closed up. We can also spray a biocide to inhibit any microbial growth.