Commercial and Residential water extraction
If your property is experiencing flooding from any source, immediate water removal, also called water extraction, is crucial to preventing further damage. Water damage can be an extremely costly problem, depending on the building involved and the specific issues that result from it. Burst pipes, overflowing septic systems and toilets, leaking appliances, roof leaks, and flooding because of severe weather tend to be the most common sources. Our team specializes in both commercial and residential water extraction.
Going Above and Beyond When Floods Strike
Water extraction removes property water intrusion and reduces drying time. Powerful sump pumps and truck-mounted vacuum units are used for quick, effective water removal. Other methods used include stopping the source of excessive flow of water, draining excess water and standing water, removing non-visible water, drying the property, and dehumidifying the entire area.
Water extraction is necessary to add to any disaster recovery checklist in the aftermath of natural disasters, storms, or plumbing issues. It is a vital part of water damage restoration and recovery that makes follow-up processes like dehumidification more effective. It also is vital to protect the health of facility occupants, especially when the water in need of extraction is wastewater or otherwise has the potential to introduce health risks, like causing mold or mildew.