Water damage can come from many different sources. Broken or leaking pipes, failing attic water heaters, storms, foundation cracks, leaking appliances, blocked drains, or leaky roofs are just some of the sources of excess water in your home or workplace. If the area is not dried completely or quickly, the water can cause secondary damage. This damage is usually more expensive and invasive to correct than implementing structural drying correctly the first time.
Structural Drying Procedures
The water experts at Emergency Restoration Services LLC use state of the art moisture detection equipment, including infrared thermal imaging cameras to identify all moisture points. Mitigating water damage is more than just drying the carpet. The structural drying procedure involves finding and repairing all sources of moisture, drying the structure, and preventing secondary damage like mold from occurring. The drying process is not complete until we wholly dry the entire structure, including the subfloor, framing, drywall, cabinets, and other building components.
Not drying out an area of the building can create more damage and expense. Emergency Restoration Services LLC provides a 24/7 emergency response to protect your home or business. When our team is onsite, certified technicians evaluate the extent of the damage using moisture meters and thermal imaging cameras to find all the moisture issues and concerns.
Emergency Restoration Services LLC will work directly with your insurance company to restore your home or business to its pre-loss condition. Our highly trained technicians use cutting-edge technology and methods to make sure your home or business is safe, comfortable, and dry.
Did You Know?
During a flood cleanup or other water emergency, the indoor air quality in your residence or office building may seem to be the least of your problems. Standing water and wet items are a breeding ground for viruses, bacteria, and mold.
Failure to clean correctly and remove damaged items along with failure to reduce moisture and humidity can present serious long-term health risks. They can cause disease, induce allergic reactions, and continue to cause damage to materials as well as your health long after the flood or water emergency passes.
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