When water makes its damaging way into your home in the Columbus, Ohio area, there is one phone call many insurance agents will tell you to make. "Call Tim Peters at Service Team of Professionals." 614-981-2460. Speak with Tim about your water damage problem and instantaneously feel your stress go away. You and your home will be in good hands.
The most important things to do if your house has become wet due to a pipe leak, pipe burst, slab leak, failed supply line etc. are as follows:
1) Do NOT – walk in black water (water coming up from drains, sewer lines or toilets);
2) Do NOT – attempt to lift heavy furniture or wet carpeting (don't hurt yourself );
3) Do NOT – dispose of anything. Your insurance company will inventory the damage;
4) DO – turn off source of water.
5) DO – turn off electrical power in affected rooms. DO not walk in wet rooms if electricity is on.
Service Team of Professionals ("STOP" for short) is a nationwide franchise of water damage, smoke damage, fire damage and mold remediation companies. STOP locations have quietly provided needed water damage restoration services to thousands of customers since the '90's. The STOP team of companies became a franchise group after many successful decades in business.
Tim Peters purchased his STOP franchise in 2014. Very experienced in systems management, Tim saw a need in the Columbus, Ohio area for a quality restoration service with a smile and good manners. The biggest complaint people usually have for home repair companies is the lack of customer service.
Happy water damage customers report back to their insurance agents. This is the reason many insurance agents send water damage and mold removal referrals to STOP in Columbus, OH. STOP will communicate and coordinate with your insurance company as a favor in the process of getting your life back together after a water damage, fire or other insurance-covered loss.
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