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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Amelia Island Townhouse Floods Due to Fire Sprinkler Leak

10/28/2020 (Permalink)

Flooded elevator shaft in townhouse with blown-in insulation from three stories up covering elevator shaft floor.   Water damage can come from a variety of sources. Here, a fire sprinkler leak was the cause of flooding.  

In this residential job located in an Amelia Island townhouse complex, a contractor doing inspections for termites stepped on the water line for the sprinkler system in the attic. This photo shows the elevator on the first floor. The brown material is blown-in insulation from three stories up. The water flooded the whole floor under the elevator shaft.

Water loss in your Amelia Island home requires a rapid response to avoid further structural destruction and secondary damage. “Rapid” with our well-trained and experienced water restoration crews means we arrive and initiate emergency services within a few hours of your first call. Commitment to swift extraction and drying is critical, permitting us to deliver on our pledge to save time and expense by restoring existing structures.

 If you have flooding or water damage at your home, call SERVPRO of Fernandina Beach/Jacksonville Northeast at 904.729.2401. We’ll make it “Like it never even happened.”

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