The structural drying process isolates and removes excess water using a combination of thermal imaging technology, dehumidification, and increased air movement provided by industrial drying fans.
Water can soak internally more than 20 cm into porous building materials like drywall construction, and even concrete supports, flooring & framework in as little as 8 hours! Water can collect and hide in expected places after a flood, like bottom sill plates of walls and doors. There might even be several layers of different materials that are soaked. Nowadays property owners need to think about thoroughly drying the entire structure.
Like water extraction, structural drying is an integral part of the water damage repair and restoration process.
With the help of professionals from ServiceMaster by Wright, you can apply advanced structural drying methods to any building or area, from the smallest flat to the largest commercial warehouse. Immediate and thorough drying is necessary to help prevent excess mold growth and long-term health hazards. You’ll also eliminate musty odor and save thousands in reconstruction costs with professional structural drying.
Process of Water Mitigation
Complete Structural Drying Process
Water damage can spread to other areas of your home.
Pressed wood swells and disintegrates and bacterial odor spread throughout your home.
Water can cause severe complications and secondary damages resulting in disruptive and costly repairs
Why Choose ServiceMaster by Wright?
Locally Owned with National Resources
ServiceMaster by Wright is locally owned and operated but has national resources to help out to the massive demand for storm damage and water damage disasters such as wind storm and widespread flooding, always ready to help out whenever we are needed. Nothing is more important than knowing a restoration company you can trust with the safety, security, and restoration of your property. Thanks to our national footprint and more than 1,900 locations, ServiceMaster Restore can respond to any size of disaster both quickly and efficiently to bring back the property to its pre loss condition.