Fraser Michigan Water Damage Restoration
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Water Extraction Should Start As Soon As PossibleRead More
Upon Water Removal, Structural Drying Should Start Read More
Correct Procedures Eliminate Potential Mold GrowthRead More
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Water Damage Cleanup Fraser MI
Water Damage Restoration Services should begin as soon as possible to minimize what may be dangerous or lasting structural damage to a home. Whether you are dealing with a small plumbing leak, toilet overflow, sump pump backup or a significant flood, water must be extracted from your home or workplace immediatly to prevent further structural damage. It’s our job to make sure every area in your property is water-free and dry to prevent future mold, mildew, and structural weaknesses. Water extraction is an expert method using professional equipment such as powerful truck-mounted vacuum units to remove gallons of water from all areas (hidden and not hidden) of the home, including floors, ceilings, and between walls.
Fraser Michigan Water Damage Restoration Procedures
Water Extraction & Structural drying is the removal of excess moisture from the wet materials of the home until it is as close to dry as possible. The process removes the trapped moisture in wet building materials. Once all standing water is removed, the drying method begins. Select Restoration uses advanced dehumidifiers and air movers to quickly remove any remaining moisture from your property. For best results, this process should be started as soon as possible after the bulk of the water is extracted from the property. This process accelerates the drying of the home and prevents further damage. While materials may not completely dry through moisture removal, the natural drying process should do the rest without developing any dangerous mold.