South Milwaukee Water Damage Restoration
South Milwaukee disaster relief
SOUTH MILWAUKEE FLOOD REMOVAL SERVICES
WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION IN SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN
Flooding and water damage in South Milwaukee can come from heavy rains, melting snow, drain or groundwater overflows, or failures in plumbing fixtures or sump pumps. Wherever the water is coming from, it’s essential to call our professional cleaners right away. We pump and drain out flood water, dry the affected areas, remove mold, decontaminate, and repair damage.
Our flood restoration technicians promise 60 minute response times for homes and businesses within a 30 minute drive of our Cudahy location. We’re only 4 minutes from College Ave and N Chicago Ave, and 10 minutes from Forest Hill Ave. Our water removal specialists will come to minimize the damage and save your building faster than anyone else.
CONTACT SOUTH MILWAUKEE WATER REMOVAL TECHNICIANS FOR PROFESSIONAL FLOOD RESTORATION AND CLEANING.
SOUTH MILWAUKEE’S FLOOD DAMAGE REPAIR PROFESSIONALS
ERS is there for South Milwaukee residents when the Oak Creek nears its flood stage, as it did in April 2015, and begins to infiltrate their homes. When basements flood, sump pumps fail, or plumbing leaks in South Milwaukee homes, Cudahy-based ERS is there to repair flooding emergencies.
MOLD REMEDIATION IN SOUTH MILWAUKEE
Flooding in South Milwaukee inevitably leads to mold growth in basement walls and woodwork. When wetness lingers in homes mold will begin to grow. While some mold growth is inevitable in any household, if mold becomes visible in large colonies, air purity can be affected and can cause health problems.
If your home has mold sections larger than 3’ x 3’, it’s time to call mold remediation specialists at ERS.
COMMON TYPES OF HOUSEHOLD MOLD
- Aspergillus – commonly found growing on rotting foods and in air conditioning systems, certain types of the over 200 different varieties of this mold are hazardous to humans. This genus of mold becomes airborne quite easily, often causing respiratory irritation.
- Cladosporium – occurs in small black or green spots, usually on the back of ceramic like toilets and bathtubs and on painted surfaces. It is non-toxic to humans but can irritate allergies.
- Stachybotrys atra – this black mold feeds on the cellulose produced in wet wood, wallpaper and gypsum in drywall. It requires high moisture content to grow, and like all molds, its spores may contain Mycotoxins.
DON’T LET MOLD PROBLEMS IN YOUR SOUTH MILWAUKEE HOME AFFECT YOUR HEALTH – CALL ERS TO GET STARTED ON MOLD REMEDIATION TODAY.
SOUTH MILWAUKEE FLOOD ZONES HAZARD MAPS
Find out if your South Milwaukee home is vulnerable to water infiltration by viewing these satellite photos of South Milwaukee from FEMA’s National Flood Hazard Layer.