When it comes to water emergencies, every moment counts. If not addressed right away, water damage can severely impact the structure of your home and permanently affect your possessions. Instead of attempting to resolve the issue on your own, contact a water damage restoration specialist.
If you’re not sure what to expect from water restoration technicians, you’re not alone. The majority of home and business owners typically know little to nothing about water restoration until they are treading water inside.
When you contact Dry Force for emergency water repair, you are trusting us to revive your property to its pre-loss condition, and we promise not to let you down. Let’s discuss everything you can expect from a water restoration specialist.
Dry Force Restoration Process
The success of our business relies on maintaining values of honesty, punctuality, and communication. No matter what type of restoration you need, our technicians will follow a five-step process:
- Water Removal
- Dry & Dehumidify
- Cleanse & Sanitize
- Restore & Repair
Each aspect of the water restoration and repair process is essential to revive your home to its pre-loss condition. To better understand these processes, we will break them down further.
Step One: Inspection
Our water restoration specialists will arrive at your location within 60 minutes of your call and complete a thorough assessment of damages, free of charge. They will inspect your property, locate the source of the water, identify the type of water contamination, and provide you with a detailed plan of action.
Step Two: Water Removal
Before the restoration process can begin, our specialists will extract water from your home. Using industry-leading technology, we will identify visible and non-visible water within your walls, carpet, and floors. With the assistance of several pumps and vacuums, Dry Force water damage specialists will efficiently remove water from porous and nonporous surfaces including:
- Hardwood floors
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Step Three: Dry & Dehumidify
Our IICRC-certified water restoration specialists use virtual mapping with Company Cam and Mitigation Industry Control Application (MICA) to identify and document any lingering water molecules in the affected area. These tools, along with dehumidifiers and HEPA air scrubbers, will ensure your property is safe from parasites, mildew, or other harmful airborne contaminants.
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Step Four: Cleanse & Sanitize
Just because a surface looks clean doesn’t mean that it is. Dry Force techs utilize commercial-grade cleansers that disinfect and deodorize beyond the surface. In addition to wearing shoe coverings and gloves, we will thoroughly clean walls and floors to ensure your home is sanitized and safe.
Step Five: Restore & Repair
Dry Force Water Specialists will make sure your home is returned to its pre-loss condition.
Additionally, our staff will work with your insurance company, file your claim, and submit documentation of the restoration. The blueprints and photos from our remote monitoring systems will provide accurate depictions of water damage and help streamline your insurance claim.
Major Water Restoration
When it comes to emergency water repair, no one does it better than Dry Force. We have proudly served homeowners and businesses for over 13 years, and in that time, Dry Force has become a major water restoration repair company in Texas. If your home or business has recently experienced water damage, let our technicians be of service to you. Dry Force has the tools, technology, and experience to repair your property to its pre-loss condition and get your life back to normal. Learn more information about our water damage services or call (877) 589-7504 to schedule a free consultation.
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