Water Restoration Techniques

Water is one of the leading causes of property loss in a home or business. The insurance industry estimates that 14,000 Americans will suffer water damage at work or home each day. 37% of homeowners are likely to experience some form of water damage.

Water damage is a risk for any business or home owner. Water damage can occur from floods, spills and leaks. This may require costly restoration.

Water can warp and destroy woods, ruin textiles, or cause electrical shorts. Most alarming is the possibility that water damage can lead to increased fire hazards, mold, and microbe growth if it is not addressed and properly dried.

Water Damage Warning Signs

water restoration techniquesThese early signs are paint peeling, bubbling on walls and ceilings. The affected areas may become puffy or swollen over time and even begin to warp. If the problem goes unnoticed long enough, walls and ceilings can feel soft to the touch.

Each flooring material has a different reaction to water. Carpet that has been damaged by water will react differently to water. For instance, carpets can feel soggy or wet. One home had constant water leaks and the carpet was covered in mushrooms.

Ceramic tile that has suffered water damage can often show signs of mold, and grout cracks. Vinyl and Linoleum tiles will crack and peel if they’re left to dry, while laminate and wood floors can warp, buckle, and cup when wet.

Our Water Damage Techniques

24/7 Water Damage Restoration Services was the first to use in-place drying methods in restoration. We have an excellent track record in reducing loss for customers and insurance companies.

Our team has the experience and equipment to drain any water from your property and dry it properly. This will allow you to repair any damages and minimize further losses.

Water damage can be caused by a water leak, an appliance malfunction, or natural events. It is a serious issue that requires immediate attention. It is important to remove water as quickly and dry the area fast. This will minimize the damage that can occur.

The amount of demolition needed will also depend on the speed at which the water was removed. If the water damage can be addressed quickly, in-place drying methods may even be possible. These techniques are noninvasive, and do not require extensive restoration or demolition.

Cleaning, deodorizing and sanitizing floors, furniture and personal property can be necessary after water damage. This important part of restoration is accomplished using a range of products and industry-leading equipment.

We can help you fix any water damage at your house. Call us today!

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