Flood Damage Assessment and Repair NevadaWe can all agree that adverse weather conditions affect us in more than one way.
If there is a storm, there is a likelihood of heavy flooding. Apart from making roads impassable and paralyzing various services in the area, flooding also finds a way of barging into your home or office and causing water damage. The worst thing about flood damage is that the water is contaminated.
Why Flood Damage Repair is Vital
This water is hazardous to your health. It contains disease-carrying pathogens and other ghastly things that can lead to ailments. This is why you need to get flood repair services as soon as possible. Additionally, floodwater will destroy items in your home or office. It can also compromise the integrity of your structure as well as provide a suitable environment where moss can grow.
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The Process of Flood Damage Repair Process
Our thorough flood damage repair process includes:
isn’t just about the water sitting in your home. It also encompasses other damages caused by the floods. This could include broken doors or walls that have been knocked down.
Our flood damage repair company first tends to these issues which might leave room for further damage. For example, an unhinged door poses an immediate threat since your possessions are at risk of being stolen.
Inspection and Assessment
Removal and Decontamination
Commercial Water Damage Restoration Process
It doesn’t pose a threat to your health. However, with time and changes in temperature, it can become dangerous. The second category is grey water. This is used water such as soapy water from dishwashers or washing machines. Leaking urine water also falls under this category. Lastly, the third category is unsanitary water. This comprises of toilet water with fecal matter, sewage discharge and even flood water.
During assessment, we also designate the class of water damage. There are four classes:
- slow evaporating where the water only affects low porosity materials
- fast evaporating where water seepage into the wall is less than 24 inches
- fastest evaporating which affects insulation and ceilings and
- specialty drying conditions which deals with wet, low porosity materials
The type of class is based on the type of material and it determines the equipment that will be used to dry the affected area.