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What are Water Damage Restoration Steps?

Water Damage Restoration has 3 main steps of as A, B, C.

A. Remove as much water as quickly as possible in a liquid form.
B. Vaporize the remaining moisture as quickly as possible.
C. Remove the vaporized air as quickly as possible.

Drying Goals in Water Damage Restoration

Use Moisture meter to measure the existing moisture contents of similar non affected area. These readings will establish our drying goals.

Extraction removes water 1,200 times faster than dehumidification. A typical extractor by professional water damage technicians will pull about 25 gallons of water a minute, while the best humidifier will pull about 30 gallons a day. That is a huge difference in the drying process, where for every drop of water that you leave behind during extraction, you will need to spend 1,200 times longer trying to evaporate it from the carpet and pads.

There will be a dramatic improvement in drying time if the emphasis is put primarily on the complete extraction first. It can reduce the overall job time by days, not hours. Invest the time to affect a thorough extraction. This would be the first step in success when drying building components, especially when drying those components in place.
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Thanks for the steps 5starcleaning
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Thank you. Very useful steps.
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