Water Damage Restoration Service is the process used to restore the damaged property to its original state. The process includes the following:Learn more by visiting Water Mold Fire Restoration of Boston
Initial Evaluation and Inspection of the Water or Sewage Loss: The initial evaluation and inspection of the damaged property is done by determining the extent of damage to the structure, contents, and systems. Next, emergency restoration is done in order to prevent structural damage, water infiltration, electrical damage, structural collapse and moisture seepage. Next, air scrubbing is done to remove all debris from the building and the outside environment, after which the building is inspected for any signs of mold, mildew and other contaminants.
Clean Water and Sewage removal: After the assessment of the building, it is time to begin the process of cleaning and repairing the building’s internal structures, as well as the exterior area. Once cleaned, the next step is to set up an air purification system in order to remove any remaining contaminants from the building, and to eliminate all leaks and obstructions in the building’s interior. Also, air filters are installed in order to remove contaminants and pollutants from the indoor air of the building. Water extraction begins immediately once the building has been cleaned and restored to its original condition. Clean water and sewage are disposed off and removed.
Dryer: Dehumidifiers are used to maintain the environment of the building as it was before any damage took place. Once dehumidifiers are operational, the building is ready for occupancy. All employees are then allowed access to the building’s areas.
Dehumidifiers: Dehumidifiers are used to maintain the environment of the building as it was prior to any damage took place. Dehumidifiers are usually placed inside the room in order to dehumidify the air in the room. When the air inside the room becomes too dry, condensation can occur, causing structural damage to the walls and ceiling of the room. Water seepage and moisture seepage will cause structural damage to the walls and ceiling. Dehumidifiers are used to alleviate these problems.
Dehumidsifiers can also be used to lower the building’s temperature in an attempt to prevent the building from overheating. This helps prevent structural damage to the building and help prevent mold from forming.
Electrical: The final phase of the water damage restoration service is the installation of the building’s electrical systems. Any and all electrical wiring are replaced in order to restore the building’s power and prevent further electrical malfunction. Once the electrical system has been restored to a functional state, the building’s systems are tested in order to make sure that they are functioning correctly.
It is important to remember that water damage is not a one-time occurrence. A competent water damage restoration service will be able to give you a full assessment and restoration of the building, as well as the surrounding areas, in order to ensure that your building is safe for your employees, tenants and guests to use.