Campbell Restoration water team can save costs and reduce the loss by using the industry’s latest equipment for the restorative drying. Almost always, insurance policies cover the typical scenarios of a water loss with your property.
Water damage is one of the most common forms of destruction done to both residential and commercial properties and is generally caused by flooding, fire suppression, or erupted pipes.
About Water Mitigation and Restorative Drying
In the industry, water restorative drying is known as water mitigation. This process limits or minimizes the damage from a loss caused by water.
Campbell Restoration can handle all of your drying and restorative needs regardless of scope and scale.
- Water Extraction Performed by Campbell Restoration Employees
- Complete Structural Drying
- Hardwood Floor Drying
- Advanced Dehumidification
- Computerized Estimates Using Xactimate Software
- Mold Remediation
- Carpet, Upholstery, and Rug Cleaning
- Document Salvage, Drying, and Reprocessing
- Electronics Restoration
- Structural Repairs
- IICRC Certified Technicians and Managers on Staff to Ensure the Fastest Drying Times Possible
By using qualified experts in water damage restoration, proper methods are used to eliminate a range of problems in the future.
Goal of Restorative Drying
Our goal in restorative drying is to transform an abnormally wet structure back to its pre-loss condition using the most economically and efficiently processes available.
A range of variables are considered in restorative drying. At times, restorative drying can be costly but will save replacement costs and further inconvenience for your home or business.
To save the structure by restorative drying is typically a three-day process compared to a full repair project duration.
Restorative drying prevents the replacement of building components. It also prevents mold growth if the restorative drying is started within 24-48 hours from the time of the water intrusion.