Large Warehouse Water Damage
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COMMERCIAL WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION
Our dispatchers and water damage
restoration specialists are on-call
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Mooring IICRC certified crews are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to deploy immediately in cases of water damage because time is of the essence when water or even dampness is present in a structure or its contents. Massive amounts of damage can occur every minute solid materials remain submerged or wet. Almost immediately upon contact, mold and other microbes can become present and begin to degrade almost every solid substance they come in contact with.
Mooring Water Damage Restoration Process:
Mooring professionals are deployed within minutes of your call to assess the damage, create a plan for water extraction and drying, and begin the restoration process. Mooring uses the latest state of the art equipment and employs a limitless force of trained professionals to attack the problem and render a solution in as short a time as possible. Not only to stop the damaging effects of water on your property and contents but to assure that there is as very little interruption in your business.
1. DEPLOYMENT A Mooring Water Damage Restoration Team deploys within minutes of your call depending on the severity of possible damage occurring. Our specialists, upon arriving at the site, will assess the scope of the problem and instruct the team to begin the water extraction process.
2. INITIAL ASSESSMENT Once the team is deployed on the most immediate needs, the team specialists will dig deeper to find all infected areas using moisture meters and thermo-hygrometers ensuring that every inch of the property has been examined for possible damage or harmful dampness.
3. DESIGNATE A WATER CATEGORY The infected areas are then given a water category; clean water, gray water or black water. This classification will determine how to proceed in the restoration process and alert the team and building owners of any possible hazardous effects that may be present. This step must occur at the beginning of the process in order to assure the team’s safety as well as the safety of any employees at the site.
4. DESIGNATE A WATER DAMAGE CLASS Next, the class of water damage is established of which there are four: Slow rate of evaporation, Fast rate of evaporation, Fastest rate of evaporation and Specialty Drying Situations. Determining the class of water damage is an important first step, and will determine the amount and type of equipment utilized to dry-down the structure. Water damage classification falls into four categories
Class 1 – Slow Rate of Evaporation
Class 2 – Fast Rate of Evaporation
Class 3 – Fastest Rate of Evaporation
Class 4 – Specialty Drying Situations
5. WATER EXTRACTION The restoration plan is then presented to the client for their approval and sign off. Once approval is given, all traces of water and liquid is extracted from the property. Dry down methods are then employed to assure that seepage from saturated materials won’t create new areas of standing water.
6. DRYING AND DEHUMIDIFYING Next, any remaining moisture or dampness is eradicated using a variety of machinery ranging from large fans, to air dehumidifiers to large desiccant machines. Depending on the job, a combination of all three will be used to ensure that any traces of mold or mildew causing bacteria is not allowed to flourish. In order to prevent bacterial growth and speed up the process of drying an application of an antimicrobial is used on affected areas.
7. Pack Out Mooring specialists inspect and evaluate all property contents that may have incurred water damage. In some cases, the affected contents are determined to be salvageable but they cannot be cleaned and restored on-site. In other instances, contents that weren’t affected must be removed and stored during the the water extraction and dehumidification process. Our extraction team will carefully remove all items marked for pack out and transport them to our safe and clean storage facilities for temporary storage on cleaning and repair.
8. PROPERTY RETURN AND FINAL READINGS The structure and environment are constantly monitored throughout the process to ensure restoration to pre-damage conditions. Carpets and flooring are replaced, and all surfaces are cleaned and dried. When the water damage restoration process is complete, your contents are returned to their original surroundings and final readings are taken to ensure that not one single square inch of possible damage has been overlooked.