Water Damage Restoration – Mold Removal – Basement Flooding – Cleaning & Disinfection Services
Water damage can have catastrophic effects for your and your family’s health, or for the health of your workers, if you do not tackle water damage quickly, or if you do not address potential issues before they occur. The damage can create a breeding ground for bacteria — especially mold, which can grow within hours of the damage occurring.
Timeliness is key – Acting fast to mitigate water can greatly reduce the amount of damage and secondary damages that may occur throughout your property. If professionally restored, the likelihood of mold or bacteria forming is greatly reduced.
On average, the cost of structural repairs after a water damage rise rapidly over time and annually the cost of flooring replacement after a water loss is three times greater than any other repair costs if left to dry on its own.
Depending on the source of the water, many of these materials can be restored by following established guidelines.
Expert inspection using tools such as thermal imaging and moisture meters is the single most important expectation that you should set for any restoration company. In doing so, the source of the water damage or mold, or any areas of concern or hidden damage can be identified and addressed before mold can become a problem.
At iDry Columbus, we only use environmentally friendly solutions in the restoration of water damage or mold remediation. The health and safety of the occupants of your home or business is important and is a constant factor in restoration processes that we have not only developed but continually refined over the years.
Cleanliness should never be just a spoken word or taken for granted in restoration. Every project performed is verified by ATP meter. This is the same process should be the local health departments in establishing the cleanliness of food-contact surfaces.
iDry Columbus – Water Damage & Water Removal Services
Sudden water supply line breaks, sump pump backups, toilet overflows, flooded basements and other issues often affect and damage porous building materials within minutes. Mold can form within days or, in the right conditions, even hours.