How water restoration process works

The whole recovery process contains three distinct phases that ensure proper cleaning and restoration of the household and the items that survive the flood. The three stages include inspection and detection along with the evaluation, removal of the water and removal of the moisture. Two last steps sound similar, but they are different things, and they require specialized equipment.

Inspection and detection of the water damagePost2a

This step includes inspections of the building to determine the extent of the damage. We use specialized equipment that helps us detect the mildew which we have to remove to prevent it from causing health issues as well as endangering the structural integrity of the house as it can cause root. We use an array of tools to check the whole building including, among the others, hygrometer and thermometer.

Second phase – Water removalPost2b

Elimination of the water and prevention of its return is the basis of our work. This process comes before the actual restoration of the household items. We do this with a powerful compressor that extracts the water to a tank which we later dispose of safely. This gives us a chance to progress to the moisture removal that represents the foundation of our work.Post2c

                    Moisture removal and water restoration

Drying process removes the moisture from the household and returns it to its former state. We use a broad array of tools to remove the moisture from walls, floor, and the household items. The process removes all moisture from said things and makes sure that no mold and mildew will appear.