Water Damage Restoration
DURACLEAN has the capability and equipment to handle
any size water damage 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Whether a small
leak saturated the carpet or a frozen water pipe flooded the entire
home or business, DURACLEAN is prepared to handle the most difficult
Excess water must be extracted using pumps, truck mounted vacuum units,
and specialized extraction tools. Rapid response is important to prevent
secondary damage such as staining, delaminating, and water wicking up
walls & cabinetry. Whether the source of damage is clean water,
gray water, or black water, it is vital to remove the excess water and
- Powerful truck mounts extract water from floors and
saturated carpets & padding.
- Weighted machines aid in extracting the most water
- Contents are moved out of the affected areas or blocked
up to prevent secondary damage.
- All affected areas are treated with a anti-microbial
Advanced Drying Equipment
After extraction, powerful drying machines are put into action. air
movers speed the evaporation process tremendously. As water evaporates,
it must be taken out of the air. DURACLEAN’S low grain dehumidifiers
pull humidity and moisture out of the air as well as all surrounding
building materials. Dehumidifiers produce hot, dry air to accelerate
evaporation and can take up to 30 gal. of water out of the air per day.
- High powered air movers speed the evaporation process.
- Dehumidifiers that remove humidity & moisture
from all building materials such as carpet, padding, drywall, plaster
- Injectidry System that allows for drying inside wall
cavities, below floors and above ceilings.
Monitoring the drying process is a vital part of water damage restoration.
DURACLEAN can detect and measure how much moisture is trapped in the
building materials of a residence or business. These moisture readings
are important when drying a structure back to its pre-loss condition.
-Infrared Thermal Imaging Camera that can see &
digitally photograph moisture that is not
visible to the naked eye.
-Moisture probes that detect moisture in all different types of building
-Thermal hygrometers detect relative humidity to monitor the drying