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Water Restoration

If you’ve had flood or water damage to your home or office’s carpet or wood or laminate flooring, give us a call as soon as you can – with our emergency hotline, we’re available anytime of the day or night. Our certified technicians will come right out to assess the damage and then get right to work on drying the area with our state of the art equipment.

As a service to our customers, following are the most important things to do while you’re waiting for us to arrive on the scene of the water damage:

    • If it’s a major flooding spill, turn off your source of electricity. You don’t want to electrocute yourself. We can provide portable generators for our equipment and light for you.
    • If you can, locate the source of the leak and try to shut it off.
    • If the water damage is coming from a contaminated source, such as sewage lines, leave the area immediately to avoid getting sick.
    • Remove as many water-damaged items as you can from the area, determining what can be thrown out and what can be dried and kept.
    • If the water looks to be clear and clean, sop up as much water as you can using non-dyed linens, towels or blankets.

Our fast, efficient, courteous team will be at your flood- or water-damaged site sooner than it will take you to finish going through this list, but it will give you a head start and help you get organized for the clean-up.

Drying fast is not just convenient – it’s crucial.

The longer it takes to dry a water damaged building, the more expenses and damages increase. For example: mold, floor and wall warpage, out-of-home costs, and other repairs increase as the structure remains wet.

Speed drying a water-damaged structure eliminates or greatly reduces these damages and expenses.

Which is why one of our most important methods for drying is using a TES unit for direct heat drying. TES stands for Thermal Energy System and represents a practical way to implement a new understanding of the Science of Drying that allows us to dry wet structures at least twice as fast as ever before!

Conventional drying procedures (extraction, air movement, dehumidification) typically require three to five days to dry Class 1 and Class 2 water damage.

New research, however, shows that delivering heat and containing it to the water-saturated surfaces and materials will dry the same water in thirty hours or less. Drying structures in record time help eliminate stress and inconvenience for the property owner while reducing risk and damage costs for the insurance company.

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