Are you dealing with water damage? Structured (decking, framing, stringers, joints, drywall, etc.) saturated with water take considerably longer to dry than the floor coverings such as carpet and pad. Replacing carpet does not eliminate the need for structural drying. If the carpet is wet, the bottom of the walls are wet. Wet Out Now does more than facial drying, concentrating on not only what the eye can see, but also the important hidden areas. Roughly 80% of drying restoration costs are related to structure, meaning that we are not just concentrating our drying efforts on carpets and pads.
Moisture seeks dryness – affecting not only your structure, but also under kitchen cupboards, bath vanities and fixtures. Within days, wet structural wood, cupboards, vanities and fixtures may be damaged by absorption of water (swelling, warping, bowing, etc.) Wood, like any organic material, decays when conditions are suitable for microbial activity. If the structure is not dried properly further damage may occur. These damages, if gone undetected and treated properly, may not reoccur or show up until the future, requiring a more costly alternative of structure removal and replacement. So for water damage, fire damage, or mold clean up call Wet Out Now!
Water damage restoration is more economical and environmentally sound. Today, with recycling and reusing products becoming more important, restoring rather then replacing creates less waste.
Mold and mildew contamination poses a serious health risk and the industry is becoming more aware of the risk. Disinfection and bacteria control is a critical element of water damage restoration. If drying of structural materials is not carried out properly to completion, mold and mildew can reoccur causing sick building syndrome. It is our responsibility and liability at Interior Cleaning as a professional restoration company, to carry out the drying process to completion and leave the home/office in a healthy environmental state.
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