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Monday, January 26, 2015

Water drying and dehumidification follows

Water damage refers to numerous possible losses that occur as a result of water penetrating in your house or building either through minor leaks or major flooding. The damage may either be slow and minor or it may be very instantaneous and very catastrophic but however it occurs, it causes damage to property. Slow and minor damage include water spots that eventually mar the surface while flooding is catastrophic and causes a major loss of property. Water damage restoration refers to the process of restoring a property back to its pre-damaged condition.

Water Damage is one of the leading causes of property damage in the US. Restoration from water damage refers to certain set of procedures undertaken to bring the property back to pre-loss condition.   Experts step in when your property suffers any level of water damage and with their knowledge and expertise they can quickly start the restoration process-thus making sure your property comes back to its original shape as swiftly as possible. Their experts will also explain the process to help you determine the extent to which your property would attain its pre-damage condition. In most cases, water damage restoration process will work to ensure original condition is restored but in some cases, certain areas might suffer permanent damage and hence cannot be fully repaired. The identification of the extent of damage is something that requires sound knowledge and this is where experts will use variety of tools to correctly identify the magnitude of crisis.

Some key areas in which our experts will help you during the water damage restoration process are as follows:

1. Detection of water saturation through moisture detectors
2. Use of infrared camera to correctly detect water presence
3. Use of heavy duty equipment like gas powered pumps to remove water in flood conditions
4. Disinfection and deodorization process is started to curb growth of bacteria and other microorganisms
5. Heavy drying equipment is used to rapidly protect walls, floor and furniture from warping and swelling from moisture absorption
6. Dehumidifiers are used to prevent secondary water damage

If the amount of water causing the damage is sizable, most of the companies that deal with water damage restoration have powerful units which extract water and trucks which have large water tanks which are used to drain the water from the affected areas. After the water is drained, cleaning up the affected areas is always the next step.

Water drying and dehumidification follows. This assists in working on repairing affected areas as working on wet places may lead to accidents and hence further damage. After the reconstruction is completed, most teams will clean up the area and try to restore it to it pre-loss state. If the loss is preventable, after all the work is done most companies will educate the owner of the property on ways how to prevent it in future.If you believe your property has suffered water damage, contact the professionals.