Restore Clean has a unique step-by-step process to restore your home or office after any water damage.
Immediate Damage Containment
This stage must be done immediately, in order to prevent any further damage and contamination and to stop any escalating cost. Your insurance most likely requires you to initiate “reasonable and prudent procedures necessary to mitigate the loss.” We are specifically trained and equipped to remove as much water from the damaged area as possible.
This process must begin within 24 hours of the loss and must be inspected by a The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) Certified Structural Drying Specialist. We have been extensively trained and certified on drying everything in your home or office regarding the structure, including hardwood floors, sub-floors, drywall, sill plates, ceilings, furniture, and carpet and pad.
After the Structural Drying equipment as been put into place, monitoring this process is crucial. Daily, We will check and compare the relative humidity, temperature, and specific humidity of the outside, an unaffected area, and the affected area, while the air movers and dehumidifiers control the drying conditions. The equipment will be adjusted to ensure the fastest drying, and the exact moisture content of the everything within the affected area will be checked.
Final Cleaning: After the structure has been returned to its normal moisture content and the carpets (if applicable) are dry, soil and other contaminants will wick to the surface of the carpet. The affected carpet may feel hard and crusty, but do not be alarmed, as this is normal after water damage. This is why the final cleaning step is so important.
Replacement: If carpet, padding, drywall, etc. has been removed, we will bring your home or office back to its pre-loss condition as quickly as possible, we can contact our contractors during the drying process with your permission, and have estimates before we even finish drying.
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