Water damage can originate by different sources such as: washing machine overflow, dishwasher leakage, broken pipes, clogged toilet, broken dishwasher hose, leaking roof, moisture behind walls, foundation cracks, plumbing leaks, slab leaks and bad weather (snow, rain, floods). Water damage is a major contributor to property loss. Water damage must be controlled as soon as possible and must be handled immediately. Failing to treat water damage can make things difficult to manage and a major property loss. Therefore, it is strongly recommend that you call a professional water damage specialist for help. The Mundae Cleaning and Restoration water damage specialists are available 24/7 365 days of the year. Mundae Cleaning & Restoration Services can help you out with the right equipment, stuff and experience to help restore everything in your home to where it will look like the water damage never happened. As a water Loss Institute members, we work with IICRC S-500 procedures to ensure that the best processes for restoration are used.
We will start by trying to keep extra damages from occurring.
Psychometrics, the procedure used to ease how moisture can impact a property, will be used in this process. It is known that in a normal case moisture will be found in a spot. A proper balance, which is also called moisture equilibrium, must work here. However, a surface can be easily saturated while something else is not impacted when water damage occurs. This will ruin the equilibrium. The unaffected spots will then collect moisture to try and keep the equilibrium intact. Measures must be taken or else a structure will be impacted and mold spores develop. Special drying items are used to help keep the equilibrium under control. We use Turbo Dryers and Dehumidification units to help with keeping the area dry. These dryers can work under a wet carpet or along a wet spot. They will circulate wet air into our dehumidification units to help get moisture out of the air. This will return plenty of dry air into the area. It can take three to five days for the drying to work but it all depends on the area. It helps to use a 75-80°F temperature in your area and to follow tips from a technician to make things easier to manage. The drying process will often be reviewed as it goes along to see that it is working well. All water collection tubs can be reviewed and emptied while the humidity and temperature in an area will be monitored and recorded. All moisture levels around the area will be reviewed too. All drying materials will also be checked to see that they are working like they should. These materials may also be moved around at some times to make them more effective.
After things dry up, we will restore your structure. This occurs about three or four days after we start. You should have time to get your insurance company to help with handling the costs. We will help you out with many tips and points when asked.
Our experts in water damage and swage cleanup will clean up with a Fresh Water Rinse Extraction cleaning and deodorization. This process will be paid for by your insurance in most cases. We can clean many surfaces like floors, walls and even your upholstery. All carpet protecting items can also be applied if your carpet does not have a soil resistant finish.