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Pack Out and Content Storage Services

Sometimes when the restoration work is ongoing, it is necessary that the items in the structure be moved out. Our company offers pack out services in which we pack the contents of a particular room or the whole building and store them safely in our climate controlled warehouse. 

Packing Up and Inventory of Household Contents

When we restore Milford area homes after water damage, we also take a complete inventory of the household items. This helps you make an accurate claim of damages to your homeowner's insurance company.

Happy Customers, Happy Crew

When we recently finished up a water damage job in New Haven County, our customer said " Better than A-ONE service. A very appropriate name for a very excellent company: SERVPRO." 

Water Damage Restoration in Milford, CT After the Storm

After this Milford, CT home suffered from water damage, our team restored it fully from start to finish. We removed the damaged materials, dried out the bathroom and rebuilt the space.

Water Damage To A Recently Renovated Bathroom

This recently renovated bathroom experienced water damages as a result of an ice dam.  Ice dams are formed when snow melts on a roof and refreezes causing a “dam” to form near the edge of the roof prior to the gutter system. Ice dams can be minimized with proper roof ventilation, attic insulation and using a roof rake to remove new snow fall. 

Should you experience the unexpected, call SERVPRO of Milford-Orange-Stratford at 203-301-0500, to make it, “Like it never even happened.” 

Don't Forget to Clean Those Drains!

It is important that property owners inspect and clear their storm drains as often as possible.  Especially if there has been a severe rain storm or large amount of melted snow.  If storm drain becomes backed up or clogged with leaves or debris, excess water can flood the property.

Ground Water

Unfortunately, this home owner experienced a substantial flood in their basement.  The cause was due to groundwater.  Groundwater is caused when water tables outside the basement rise above the basement floor.  If there are any open cracks or holes, pressure can push through the water into the space.

Leaky Toilet

This leaky toilet was the cause of this residential home to have experienced a substantial water loss.  The bathroom, which is located on the main level, did extensive damage to their newly finished basement.

Rain Storm Damage

As a result of a recent rain storm, this homeowner experienced flooding in their basement, due to a failed sump pump.  We arrived on site and immediately extracted water, cut back sheet rock and dried out the basement.