Water damage happens in vehicles too
Water damage is no fun no matter where or what from.
Broken or burst pipes can happen on any level in a home. Even dishwashers and washing machines can malfunction causing water to spill everywhere. One environment you may not consider water damage to happen in, can and will.
Leaving a glass water bottle in a cold vehicle during the winter is another way water damage can happen. You’d think common sense would play a fair role in this photo, but reality and a tired body or mind can lead to small mistakes that can turn into big ones.
COULD YOU BELIEVE...
Anything can freeze in a vehicle overnight in the winter season, but did you know, this glass bottle, as we are told, was only in a vehicle for the duration of four hours in Minnesota's harsh and cold winters?
As you can see, the water in this glass bottle froze allowing for the glass to crack under pressure. What’s next you ask?
Well, if you’re not able to safely remove the glass water bottle while still frozen, the end result would be having to wait for the ice to defrost resulting in, you guessed it, water damage.
Our Water Damage Restoration Process
Every water disaster is different, from the amount of water to the level of contamination of the water. Each scenario requires a unique solution, but the general process stays the same. The steps listed below illustrate our process for the “typical” water damage emergency.
Step 2: Inspection and Damage Assessment
Step 3: Water Removal/Water Extraction
Step 4: Drying and Dehumidification
SERVPRO of Mankato/Owatonna can dry our structures of homes and businesses but we can also, if need be, dry out a vehicle too. The professionals at SERVPRO of Mankato/Owatonna have these super amazing psychometry skills they’ve learned and become certified in, so we can dry out anything that has water damage. Yes, even a vehicle. Have we done it before? Of course, we have.
Call SERVPRO of Mankato/Owatonna at 507-200-3700 for all your water damage restoration needs. We are Here to Help® you 24hrs a day. 7 days a week, 365 days a year.