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Water damage is the most common cause of property damage. Sewer backups, floods, or even burst water pipes can be very destructive inside a property. VMPros local certified specialists provide water mitigation and drying techniques exceeding industry standards.
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Scope of work.
Our goal is to make you whole. This step by step process from beginning to end, is how it's done.
Conduct a detailed inspection to assess the extent and category of water damage.
Identify the source of water intrusion and address any safety concerns.
Water Extraction and Removal:
Use high-powered pumps and extraction equipment to remove standing water from the affected area.
Extract water from carpets, upholstery, and other porous materials to facilitate drying.
Drying & Dehumidification Solutions:
Set up industrial-grade dehumidifiers and air movers to accelerate the drying process.
Monitor humidity levels and adjust equipment as needed to ensure thorough drying.
Cleaning and Sanitization:
Clean and sanitize affected surfaces, furniture, and contents using appropriate disinfectants.
Remove any debris, mud, or contaminants brought in by the water.
Moisture Monitoring and Documentation:
Regularly monitor moisture levels in the affected area to track the progress of drying.
Document moisture readings, temperature, and humidity to evaluate the effectiveness of the restoration process.
Structural Repairs and Restoration:
Assess the need for structural repairs, such as drywall replacement or flooring repairs.
Coordinate with contractors if major repairs or reconstruction are required.
Final Inspection and Clearance:
Conduct a final inspection to ensure that the affected area is thoroughly dried and restored.
Perform necessary tests to confirm that moisture levels are within acceptable ranges.
Provide documentation and clearance certificates as proof of successful water restoration.