Step By Step Guide To The Water Damage Mitigation Process

WATER DAMAGE AND THE MITIGATION PROCESS

STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO THE WATER DAMAGE MITIGATION PROCESS

Water Damage

Restoration companies like Water Damage Zone & Restoration Inc using high quality drying equipment from the best water damage manufactures such as My tee, Phoenix’s, Dryez, Flir and more.  Restoration companies use dry out equipment in every water damage job in order to start the mitigation process right away and to avoid secondary damages.

The first step in beginning water damage remediation services starts with detecting where the wet area and the source of the water damage are coming from. Water damage companies will use Infra-Red Cameras to detect the wet area and according to its report, we will know where the affected wet areas are and the water damage dry out process can begin. Before Water Damage Zone is able to use dry out equipment, our technicians will start to extract the water and remove all affected building material. Water Damage zone will use dehumidifiers to control moisture. In case the water damage is considered as category 1 or category 2, Water Damage Zone technicians will add air movers in order to enhance air flow and seek equilibrium faster.

In cases where water damage category 3 is in place such as: sewage damage and toilet over flow, air movers will not be used instead air scrubbers will be added in their place due to the contaminants and bacteria in the environment that you do not want spread throughout your property. The entire Water damage dry out process usually takes between 3 to 5 days depending how big the loss is.

If you have a restoration service need; do not hesitate to call us now! The longer you wait to remediate the problem will result in even further more extensive damages to your property and the more costly it will end up becoming.

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