If your home or business has experienced flooding or another water disaster, it’s important to get structural drying for your property. When you wait too long to dry your property, it can lead to more water damage and even mold. At DFW Restoration, we are here to prevent this from happening with our structural drying for your Dallas, TX home or business. We can be reached at (214) 453-1592 and (817) 945-3516 for those times when you need immediate assistance with drying services for your property or home content restoration services.
Why You Need Structural Drying
As stated before, structural drying is needed because water damage can become more critical and your property could have mold infestation. A lot of homeowners and business owners think it only requires wiping down the walls, floors, and ceilings to prevent mold and water damage, but this isn’t true. Water doesn’t just affect the surface of your floors, walls, and other structures, it can also get behind your walls, floors, and ceilings. Because the water is hidden behind those structures, homeowners and business owners won’t know it’s even there. That’s why it’s so important to call DFW Restoration. We have the necessary detection equipment to locate where water is lingering and use dryers and dehumidifiers to have it removed. Contact us now for structural drying in Dallas, TX.
Our Structural Drying Process
With our structural drying process, we have a couple of steps we take in order to dry all of the water from your property.
- Assessment: Before we begin drying out your home or business, we will inspect and assess the water damage.
- Extraction: From there we will use water extraction equipment to remove the water from your property.
- Drying: Once that is completed, we set out drying equipment to dry to the surface of your floors, walls, and ceilings; this will work for water damage on the surface and behind your structure.
- Dehumidification: To ensure that water is entirely gone from your home or business, we will employ dehumidifiers to get rid of excess moisture on the structures and in the air.
- Observation: When all of those steps are complete, we will continue to observe your property using water content readings to see how much moisture is still in your structure.