Friday, March 4, 2011

Emergency Flood Water Removal NJ

Wetness and dampness is widespread throughout many areas because of flooding. The main focus of flood cleanup is sewage harm cleanup. Overflowing sewage carries diseases and it is an environmental threat. The process of cleaning should be regarded as urgent and done instantly. It is only logical to select a cleanup business that’s experienced in this region as they also have the equipment, chemical substances, know how and equipment to perform the flood damage process


Our process:

Step 1: Water Inspection: The first step of the water damage repair involves a thorough inspection and assessment of the water quality. Once that is complete, the water is categorized as level 1, level 2 or level 3, based on its level of contamination.
Step 2: Water Removal: The water removal procedure should begin as soon as possible. Depending on the extent of the damage, it can be quite lengthy, especially in situations of flood damage or natural disaster.  It is crucial that all excess water is removed before the team can move on to the next step of the water damage restoration process.
Step 3: Water Damage Inspection: the purpose of the actual water damage inspection is to thoroughly assess the extent of the water damage to the property. A detailed plan is then devised, describing which flood restoration equipment will be used, which areas of the property are in need of better care. Mold and bacteria samples are taken to a lab in certain cases.
Step 4: Water Damage Cleaning: At this stage, the water damage restoration team begins cleaning and disinfecting  all wet and damp areas and getting rid of mold and microbial growth once the lab results are back (certain types of mold are treated differently) using the flood restoration equipment.
Step 5: The Drying process: the drying process involves using powerful drying equipment and dehumidifiers for best results. This process can repeat itself and take up to several days, until all property is completely dry and decontaminated.  All household property that was damaged is dried as well including: flooded carpet, water damaged books, electronics, furniture, documents, etc.
Step 6: The Restoration process: Once all property is dry, the actual water damage restoration procedure begins.  At this stage, all property is restored to its pre flooded house condition.  Once the entire water damage cleanup procedure is complete, samples should be taken again and make sure that no mildew or bacterial organisms continue to flourish.

When Mother Nature causes flood damage or an unexpected pipe bursts please contact Water Damage Restoration at (800) 398-9007 for a free estimate and fast response to the water problem. We will be at the site immediately  to remove, clean and dry the problem very quickly.

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