Effects Of Water Damage

Water Cleanup: Effects Of Water Damage Can Be Hidden

Rocky Mountain RestorationThe majority of water damage occurs to materials not easily visible. Water removal is our main concern and  addressing what is happening behind the scenes. We’re concerned about water damage and water removal behind the walls, ceilings, cabinetry, or water cleanup under the hardwood flooring or carpet.

Superficial moisture is just the tip of the iceberg for water cleanup restoration.

Our concern is about further water cleanup and mold removal and growth in walls, attics, under floor systems and crawl spaces. We use the most up-to-date professional water removal restoration equipment in the industry in combination with our 18+ years experience to address these concerns and put your property back in order.

 Specialized Equipment

  • Navigator Pro Moisture Meters: Our specialized water removal equipment can literally see through walls and determine if there is water damage present, we determine moisture content without becoming invasive to the house. Several water removal restoration techniques can be used to address the water damage and mold removal.
  • Phoenix Air Movers: Water Cleanup is just the tip of the iceberg for water restoration.  Drying is altogether another step in the process of water cleanup mitigation. Phoenix Air Movers will deliver air movement across specific surfaces to promote wicking of moisture from cabinetry, wood, wet carpet, flooring, drywall, and wet insulation.  These specialized air movers can be set up to drywall cavities without cutting the drywall open.  This is done by removal of the baseboard and drilling a series of holes in the drywall above the 2×4 bottom plate and inserting a specialized attachments called InterAir Drying System from Drieaz.
  • Dri Eaz Dehumidifiers:   Our Dehumidifiers can pull 70-180 pints of water out of the air in a 24 hour period THAT’S 23 GALLONS A DAY!  These workhorses if used correctly, effectively dry a flooded basement in 3 days. It is important to dry a structure rapidly from water damage, but if drying occurs too rapidly the flooring and other trim may crack or shift.  Drying of a structure must be closely monitored.