SOUTH CAROLINA PROFESSIONAL WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION PROCESS
If you have had a large amount of water flood your home or commercial space, the affected area needs to undergo the water remediation process, also known as the water damage mitigation process. This should be completed immediately if a 10x10 square foot portion of your Midlands South Carolina home or business was affected by more than 1/2 inch of water.
There are many steps involved in the flood restoration process, but the ultimate goal is to restore your home or commercial business to its pre-loss condition in as little time as possible. Rytech Restoration of The Midlands has years of experience helping Columbia, Lexington, and near by property owners get on with life quickly, while also helping to ensure their space is sanitary, clean and safe to occupy.
Rytech Restoration of the Midlands is part of a nationwide network that has perfected its water restoration process over the last 27 years to provide the best water damage restoration service that follows governing guidelines for water damage restoration in the state of South Carolina.
By following Rytech's proven water damage restoration process, South Carolina property owners can be confident you will be able to recover from water damage more quickly and get back to normal.
Steps Involved in Rytech's SC Water Damage Restoration Process
If water damage has happened in your South Carolina home or business, you may have many questions about the remediation steps, or the process to restoring water damage. The water restoration process is unique to each property owner due to the extent and type of damage you may have experienced.
Rytech Restoration of the Midlands offers free water damage inspections and customized recovery plans to provide Columbia, Lexington, and near by property owner a clear path to quickly get back to normal. Read on to follow the steps that are water damage specialists typically take that are involved in South Carolina's professional water damage restoration process.
Extracting All Sitting Water
The first thing your water damage technician will complete is removing all standing water from your home or business. There are many ways this stage of the water damage process that this can be done. Industrial water extraction equipment will suck up water that seeped deep into your flooring, furniture or other contents that can be removed.
From there, air movers and dehumidifiers will be brought in to circulate and remove moisture that could turn to mold and help dry the space out. If the weather is nice outside, windows will also be opened. This helps to remove moisture from building materials and speed up the drying process.
As a leading Columbia water damage restoration company, Rytech Restoration of the Midlands will take the necessary time to ensure that your space is completely dry. Drying time can take several days, depending on how much moisture is present in your home. Your Rytech water damage specialist will monitor your job daily to ensure all commercial water extraction tools are working to ensure the fastest recovery time.
Removing Water Damaged Materials
Once all of the water is removed from your residential or commercial space, Rytech's water restoration technicians will remove any materials that are too damage to recover through Rytech water damage remediation process. This may include damage drywall, flooring, ceiling tiles that cannot be salvaged or insulation damaged between walls.
At Rytech Restoration of the Midlands, we specialize in providing contents cleaning, pack out, and storage services to help make the water damage remediation process as smooth as possible for our customers. We are dedicated to providing customers with a safe and secure storage solution for their possessions during the complete remediation process.
Mold Removal and Remediation Process
Once your space is free of water, hidden pockets of moisture, and anything not salvageable has been removed, the mold remediation process will begin. To identify if mold is present, Rytech's certifed mold inspectors will provide a free mold inspection.
Is important to know that mold can form in as little as 24 hours, so your should take immediate action after water loss has occurred to prevent mold from growing in your space. If Rytech's mold remediators identify any visible mold during their assessment, the remediation process will begin to remove toxic or black mold quickly and safely from your home or business.
Restoring Water Damage
Rytech's water remediation process involves carefully drying out materials to restore them to their pre-loss condition. Our method has been perfected over our networks 27 years of water damage restoration experience.
Columbia and Lexington South Carolina property owner benefit, as our process limits the amount of demolition and repair costs associated with most water damage repair jobs. By drying out materials, our experienced water damage contractors can often salvage them and preserve their original condition rather than having to replace them.
Cleaning Your Home or Business
The final part of the restoration process is to clean up any damage materials that could not be restored, construction debris, and remove harmful germs and bacteria from surfaces and porous materials.
Rytech's air quality cleaning process typically includes the removal of dust, dirt, and other particles from the air. Your water damage specialists will place industrial hepa vacuums and air purifiers around your space to remove airborne pollutants to improve your environment's air quality.
The water damage restoration timeline can range from a few days to a few weeks, depending on the extent of damage, and subsequent issues, including structural damage and mold growth. Once a water damage inspection is preformed, your water damage specialist will provide a more general timeline based on you individual water loss scenario.
Peace Of Mind Start With A Certified Inspection
As soon as you discover water damage, you should shut off all of the water supply leading into your Midlands SC home or business. If the area your electrical box has not been affected by water damage, turn off your breaker to shut off the electricity until Rytech Restoration of the Midlands water damage experts arrive. Water can damage your electrical wires and components, so shutting off the electricity is vital to preventing shocks or electrocution.
Once you have completed that, you will want to contact a emergency Columbia water restoration contractor like Rytech within 24 hours to come and complete a water damage inspection and start the water extraction process.
Have Sitting Water in Your Home? Contact Rytech Restoration Today!
If you have water sitting in your home, you need to hire a professional to remove all of the sitting water and restore your home or commercial building back to its pre-flood condition. The team at Rytech Restoration can help. Call us as soon as possible to help mitigate the damage and prevent the issues that can occur the longer water sits.