Water damage can be caused from a burst water tank or leaky pipe to local flooding from heavy rainfall. As soon as we are instructed our office will dispatch one of our friendly, experienced flood restoration technicians immediately.
Upon arrival our technician will carry out a full site survey to evaluate the damage. First and foremost the key to dealing with any flood is to remove standing water as soon as possible to prevent secondary damage. The next step for us it to start the removal of all affected materials (carpets, skirting boards, plasterboard etc). Once this is complete we put the drying plan into operation. Dehumidifiers and fans are placed in position and the drying process will begin. Envirotank use refrigerant, desiccant humidifiers and speedy dryers, therefore maximising drying times.
One of our technicians will regulary visit the property to keep a close eye on the drying process and will take surface, depth and hygrometer box readings with specialist protimeter reading equipment. Once the readings are back to normal a drying certificate will be issued to certify that the property is back to its pre-damaged state and re-furbishment will commence.