If you have a fire or water emergency, please call us now at (770) 709-3266

To have the optimal experience while using this site, you will need to update your browser. You may want to try one of the following alternatives:

Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Factors To Consider For A Successful Water Cleanup Process In Lilburn

8/9/2018 (Permalink)

Water Damage Factors To Consider For A Successful Water Cleanup Process In Lilburn The water cleanup process is an important step when you need to restore your property.

Water Cleanup Process

The water cleanup process is an important step when you need to restore your property even if the source of the water was as a result of a plumbing breakage or an appliance failure. If you do not remove the water as soon as possible, it may cause further damage to your property and create favorable conditions for mold growth. If you are working with a restoration professional in Lilburn, there are a few facts you need to understand about the remediation procedures.

When our SERVPRO technicians are performing water cleanup in Lilburn, we begin by performing moisture measurement. By measuring the amount of moisture, we can determine the scope of work and the methods to use. During this process, we can use moisture meters and sensors to detect the moisture presence. Since we already have the correct picture of the initial extent of water ingress and damage, we can set drying goals.

As an initial assessment, our SERVPRO technicians may take non-invasive moisture readings in non-affected contents to establish control parameters and measurements. When we are taking these measurements, we take into consideration factors such as the material's permeance, the existence of water barriers, the relative humidity, temperature, and the primary purpose of the property. If we suspect moisture exists below the surface, then we may take in-depth readings using invasive techniques.

The goal of setting a drying goal is to return your property and materials to their preloss state. By knowing the parameters of the various materials, our SERVPRO team can set a drying goal to assist in solving the pre-existing water damage problem. Some of the moisture measurement methodology and equipment we use during the restoration include moisture meters, moisture sensors, thermo-hygrometers, remote monitoring systems, thermal imaging, radio wave, Borescope, humidity boxes, and sleeves.

SERVPRO of North Lilburn has a track record in water, fire, storm, and mold damage remediation. Call us at (770) 709-3266 to learn more about our services.

Click here for more about Lilburn.

Other News

View Recent Posts