Speed is critical in preventing further damage and getting your business or home back on its feet as soon as possible.
When you call DRYMORE, you talk directly to a supervisor who will have a crew on the way to dry your wet structure immediately.
The longer standing water remains in the structure, the more it seeps into every available crack or seam in the structure and the more damage it causes. Standing water on the floor or in carpets will also begin to wick further into other materials, such as the sheetrock. Therefore, it is critical to have all water extracted with high-powered truck-mounted vacuum machines as quickly as possible to minimize the damage.
Once the water has been thoroughly removed, the next concern is the high humidity produced by the evaporation of all the moisture still in the structural materials. Previously undamaged materials and contents will begin taking on moisture, which will cause damage and support the growth of unhealthy microbes, including mold. That is why it is so important to control the humidity by the use of high-capacity dehumidifiers. These high-capacity machines remove the moisture from the air, and the super-dried air is directed with high-volume air movers to dry the wet materials in the structure.
Our goal is to preserve, not replace, the structure and contents, getting businesses and homes back on their feet as soon as possible.
Businesses and households can function while the drying equipment is in operation, so disruptions will be minimized and the drying will continue day and night.