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Inspection and assesment

Inspecting the property is necessary to survey the extent of the damage. It also helps determine priorities and an action plan for repairing various parts or all areas of damage. Our professionals will look at adjoining rooms that are not damaged but might have been exposed to unsanitary conditions due to the water damage.

Water/Flood Extraction

The most crucial point to understand is that the steps in the process are not always linear, meaning they do not always happen in order. For example, if a floor is flooded with several inches of water, the carpet might be removed before any extraction occurs or after some drying has already occurred.

Anti-Microbial application

There are many different methods of using biocides for water damage restoration while following IICRC guidelines. A big misunderstanding about Anti-Microbial solutions is that they just kill microorganisms. However, biocides are a special type of Anti-Microbial solution that inhibits the growth of microbes and has a very low concentration of disinfectant.

Drying: air movements

Industrial fans can de-humidify moisture and humidity from the air by blowing the moist air over cold surfaces, such as with coils or fins. Cold surfaces can absorb or extract heat energy from nearby fluids (i.e., water).

Drying: De-humidifying

Several types of dehumidifiers exist, including refrigerant, desiccant, and fan-assisted units. In refrigerant dehumidifiers, a fan draws moist air into the device as it passes through a heat exchanger, where it is cooled.

Drying: monitoring

After a disaster, monitoring your home or business for wet spots and possible mold growth is essential. The water damage restoration professionals at Service Pro are here after the restoration process to ensure there aren't any underlying damages that can affect your home or business in the future!