When plumbing lines freeze and burst as a result of freezing temperatures in Kansas City, water mitigation is necessary.  Unfortunately, when it happens, it can cause major water damage to your property.  The sooner you call for professional water mitigation services, the better off you’ll be.

Frozen pipes are one of the costliest events for homeowners and business owners in winter.  When they crack or burst, they can potentially run thousands of dollars in damage.  Often water lines will burst during the middle of the night when temperatures are in the subzero range and you won’t even notice until you arrive at work in the morning.

An IBHS study of closed water damage insurance claims identified plumbing pipes and drain systems as leading causes of interior water damage.  This type of failure costs time and money more often than any other source of water loss.  If water lines have frozen and ruptured, flooding occurs, ruining the flooring, walls, equipment, furniture, and fixtures, making it vitally important to call a professional water mitigation service as quickly as possible.

SMART Environmental Services LLC recognizes that going through a water loss at your business may be stressful and our team of professionals works tirelessly to reduce that stress for you, explaining the process and providing you with the necessary information for you and your company’s safety.  We will assess your business or home during an inspection and provide recommendations based upon your particular situation.  With the knowledge, certifications, and training to complete the job correctly, SMART Environmental Services LLC ensures that the work will be completed correctly the first time, as we continually communicate with you to ensure your satisfaction.

You can reach SMART Environmental Services at 913-355-5303.  Our IICRC-certified technicians will arrive at your home or business anywhere in the Kansas City metro with same-day service.  With predictions for freezing temperatures that may last into the spring, it’s important to take steps now to prevent future issues and avoid further water mitigation services in homes and businesses.

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