Internal leaks and flooding can not only deteriorate the value and usefulness of your property but can pose a serious risk to your health. Speed is a crucial in beating any water damage as water can swell and distort your home or building creating damage beyond restoration including the growth of moulds and bacteria causing you increasing financial damage.
The Restoration Force team understand that the time-constraints a flood and water-damage project needs to be undertaken in. We work quickly in ensuring all damage is controlled whilst reclaiming the property and all distinctive features within it, we continue to work closely with yourself to meet all of your needs and requirements.
We control your water damage by using effective drying solutions throughout the total recovery process. By our experience team selecting the most suitable technique we ensure that all damage is contained and resolved within an effective time scale.
Ventilation is increased by simply opening the buildings windows. This technique is only suitable where the outside air is warmer and dryer than inside.
To remove and control the evaporated water damage we install industry standard dehumidification equipment through the building where all windows and doors remain closed.
A combination of both above systems. Open drying is used alongside our mechanical dehumidifiers. This is generally used when environmental changes cannot be controlled resulting in the outside not being dryer than your building.
Professional machinery is used to increase the temperature and circulate the indoor air. This assists in the rate of evaporation from the building and heated air absorbs the damper air. The team then pump this air out of the building or alternatively an additional machine is used to remove any extra water.
The team cools your home/buildings air below its dew point, which results in condensation. This appears on the internal evaporation coils within the dehumidifier and is removed by hand or machine.
Damp internal air is carried through a desiccant material removing moisture by direct absorption. This system works by the machines two outlets blowing dry air back into the building and a second, blowing the wet air away from the building.
The rooms temperature is increased by re-circulating the air through an industrial heating system. When the internal air reaches a pre-defined temperature and humidity, the machine switches to an exhaust mode, this expels any wet air to the outside of your building.
Creating an increased amount of air movement over the surface of wet structural material assists with the evaporation process. The air movement technique encourages turbulence within the damp area, which can make drying equipment and techniques more effective.
To achieve the required drying conditions to accelerate evaporation of moisture from your building more a secondary heat source may be needed. Heating systems may be used to target difficult drying areas as heating the building directly will encourage evaporation. However, heating alone may cause issues as uncontrolled evaporation may lead to secondary damage to your building or home.
Typically used when one area is the source of damage. The area is contained and dried using plastic sheeting or specially designed industry materials attached to the targeted area of damage.