Water Damage Restoration Services in Chandler, AZ
Chandler water damage repair companies are a dime a dozen. This can make it difficult when trying to find a reputable company in a stressful situation such as a flooded house. At Slate, We make sure to always go the extra mile. Because water damage is so destructive to a home and its contents, response time is a critical part of the cleanup service. Being on site in no more than 60 minutes can prevent secondary damage and save literally thousands of dollars in repair costs. Additionally, cleaning up after a water leak is a technical task that often requires the attention of a professional.
Quality Water Restoration Done Fast and Affordable
If mold growth is to be avoided, wet materials need to be dried quickly. The window of dry time is 2-5 days. If materials stay wet past 5 days, there is a high risk of microbial growth. Industry standards for water damage repair procedures change once you get past that point.
Water Removal Services Using Water Extraction Equipment
Getting the excess water off of flooring materials fast is the first major step in the water restoration process. It may come as a surprise to some, but water removal requires more than a mop and bucket, or even a few towels on the ground to soak up what you can see. To create an ideal environment for saturated materials to dry quickly enough, water extraction needs to be very thorough. To dry wet carpet and pad in place, on a clean water loss, a weighted extraction method will need to be applied. This is done with special extraction tools and high powered water removal vacuums. Slate’s water removal teams are the first responders that show up at a flood situation.
Water Damage Restoration and Structural Drying
Once the water removal is finished, the job isn’t done. In fact, it’s only the beginning. Subsequently, a big misconception most property owners have is that once the water on the floor has been removed and the carpet is dry to the touch, all is well. In some RARE occasions this may be the case. However, the reality of most water damage situations is quite the opposite. Where theres standing water you can bet you’ll have wet drywall, base boards, and sill plates about 90% of the time. Keep in mind, this is for an actual water damage situation and not a spilled glass of water.
Moisture Damage Inspection
Our water restoration techs have all the right moisture inspection equipment needed to determine what is wet and exactly how wet it is. This is important to know if mold growth is to be avoided. Knowing this information will tell our restoration technicians what they need to do to get things dry in time.