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As leaders in the restoration industry, PuroClean provides professional restoration services in Somers and nearby areas. We currently serve Somers by providing a variety of services including local Somers water damage restoration, smoke and fire damage restoration, biohazard cleanup, mold remediation and much more. We serve both residential and commercial clients.
To help you mitigate the losses after a crisis, we provide you with a network of 5 restoration experts. They have helped countless residents in or near Somers recover from disasters for the past decade. Trained at the PuroClean Academy and having achieved multiple industry certifications, our franchise owners in Somers are highly experienced in restoring disaster-struck properties.
Whether you’ve experienced flooding, fire damage, or biohazard situation, our PuroClean Restoration Specialists are always ready to come to your aid. They also coordinate with your insurance company to ensure the mitigation & restoration work goes smoothly.
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[VIDEO] Mold can grow on the surface within 24 to 48 hours. [...]
When a biohazard occurs, professionals are needed to clean and disinfect as improper treatment can spread contamination and lead to illness or life-threatening conditions. [...]
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STOP! Moving or running feeds air to the flames and worsens the fire. DROP to the floor—if you stand up, the fire can burn your face. ROLL slowly on the [...]
The only way to be able to name mold is to have a sample tested at a qualified laboratory. [...]