Prepairing For Winter

After water extraction is may be necessary to Winterize the home if there is even a chance the temperature could drop to 26 degrees! Taking the steps to fully weatherize a building while repairing can save thousands of dollars if the weather takes a turn for the worse while your home or building is in a vulnerable state.

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What is Water Damage Restoration?

Water restoration is a specialized service that  removes water from your home and restores it to a livable, pre-damaged condition. Restoring a  home after a water damage emergency must happen quickly. Standing water and moisture  create a perfect environment for bacteria and mold growth.

How do you mitigate water damage in your home?

If your home is subject to serious water  damage, due to burst pipes, flooding, fire-extinguishing water hoses or some other unforeseen  catastrophe, we must locate the cause of the water leak to turn off or terminate source of water  leakage. Remove surface water then start drying methods before we can start to do a Thorough  clean of the compromised area.

What happens when water compromises my Drywall?

more often than usual water  damaged causes drywall to be replaced, depending on the rating of the drywall installed /  used. Wet drywall will lose its structural integrity if left alone for long enough period of time it will  develop mold spores, between the insulation and the drywall.

How Long Is the Drying Process for Water Damaged Home or Office?

Unfortunately,  there is no exact estimate on how long the drying process would take. But, in general, a water  damaged Home or Office can dry out for around 5-7 days. In some cases, it would take as little  as 2-3 days, and other times it takes several weeks to dry out a home or Office. 

How is Mold formed?

In dark shaded excess water and moisture gets absorbed in wood,  drywall, insulation, and wallpaper which can lead to warping, stains, bubbling, and deterioration.  Hidden water leaks can also cause mold to grow and spread in areas behind walls and ceilings  where it is not easily detected.