Water damage restoration requires specialized equipment and experienced technicians. Our water damage specialist team has many years of industry experience and it has assisted with small residential home cleanup services to large scale FEMA disaster zone restoration projects. Water damage certified technicians with our company get the industry’s most advanced training and therefore are certified with the IICRC. As one of the country’s largest property restoration firms Water Damage Carol City includes a large inventory of specialized equipment for example desiccant humidifiers, thermal imaging cameras, Injectidry and TES Drying systems to effectively extract water and completely dry down a damaged property.
The first step in the water extraction procedure is to have an experienced surveyor evaluate the damage. The surveyor will use a thermal imaging camera to detect any extra leaks on a property. When the amount of damage is assessed, our experienced water damage technicians will secure the property, discuss any safety concerns, for example electricity or continuously leaking water and will begin to move any furniture or appliances out of the way to limit the level of damage brought on by the invading water. If required we will begin to deploy submersible and gas-powered water extraction pumps to excavate the water out of your property. Our water extraction team will continuously monitor its progress and when ready, based on the type of surface will utilize our truck mounted water extraction hoses and vacuums.
Equipment we use:
• Truck Mounted Extraction Equipment (Hoses, Vaccums, Etc.)
• Submersible Gas-Powered Water Extraction Pumps
• Moisture Detectors
• Thermal Imaging Cameras (Below-the-surface leak detection)