Water Damage >> Storm Damage

Immediate reaction to a Storm Damage emergency redeems time and money, and guards traits and health. The main goals of controlling water damage are well known to professional water damage restorers and public health professionals. These goals are to guard public health, immediately remove harmful chemicals that enter into the milieu with flowing water, restore the milieu to a dry state, and salvage valuable property.

  1. The Storm Damage goals are even more crucial when flood waters contain animal or human body fluids or wastes (e.g., raw sewage) or other organic contaminants. Sewage acts as a largely significant threat to human health. However, the intensity of the health threat depends on the amount of the sewage and the level and scope of penetration into the edifice milieu. All offices shall take precautions to prevent water damage shall water damage enter the space from a pipe break or leak. While top floor and basement areas are more prone to water damage coming from the outside through building leaks, pipe breaks can occur throughout the building from plumbing and fire damage sprinkler systems.
  2. Being diligent about keeping equipment and materials off of the floor will prevent potential loss of those items, and make clean-up if a Storm Damage incursion occurs faster and easier. Do not store boxes, paper, or other porous items on the floor. Raise all of your computers and other electronic components off the floor. Report any signs of leaks to buildings and grounds immediately. After hours, you can still call safedry restoration. Power off your computer at the end of your work day; more serious Storm Damage occurs when the computer is on. (This may save energy too!) Wet places and items shall be dried within 24-48 hours.
  3. Buildings and grounds will respond to all Storm Damage to extract the water and dry out the space. Wet vacuums and extractors are utilized to extract water from the floor and carpet, and dehumidifiers and fans located in the area. In many cases wet surfaces, such as dry wall and carpet, may need to be extracted. Open the windows and keep interior doors open to improve air circulation, if the exterior air is dry (low humidity). Void dehumidifiers when full, leave dehumidifiers on all night. Units shut off when done, so you need not worry about overflow.
  4. Observe wet papers or other porous materials and either: Throw away non-essential papers and other items, remove papers from cases, file cabinets, piles, and spread out to dry, copy wet papers and throw out originals unless keeping originals is required, for large amounts contact safedry to discuss locations for drying, for crucial documents (e.g., library archival material or artwork) contact a professional conservator for suggestions. Assist safedry by emptying file cabinets so they can be relocated to dry carpet or flooring underneath. Remove personal floor rugs or textiles for extraction and cleansing. Remove all Storm Damage materials to be thrown out to the trash area immediately. For large amounts, contact safedry for extraction.

Document Scanning And Restoration Software

Because books differ in value and in the way they are used, it is important to select an appropriate type of rebinding when they become damaged. Library binding, one type of rebinding, is probably chosen for more books than any other type. Library binding is a good choice where economy Document restoration Document Scanning And Restoration Software and dura  read more..

Water Damage Toilet Leak

Repair Your Leaking Toilets: High water bills are often caused by leaking toilets that waste large amounts of water. The diagram below illustrates the parts of a toilet. Most water waste is caused by a leaking flapper or a faulty fill valve that stays open. An open fill valve can have water flowing   read more..

Grants For Tornado Damage Tree Removal

Building demolition debris Approximately 300 houses in Lincoln County sustained damage amounting to more than 50 percent of the value of the house. Most of these homeowners chose to sell their properties to the county in a buyout and demolition program. FEMA and the state Community Development Block  read more..

Flood Damage

Fire Damage Flood Damage and can be very tricky, no two cases are the same. One fire may have been started from grease catching on fire at the kitchen stove another fire may be from an electrical short from the water heater. One thing for sure both of these fires can leave a mess you cannot believe and possibly   read more..

Radon Gas Removal

Radon Mitigation Radon Gas Removal is an invisible gas, has no color, no odor and it has no taste. It naturally occurs in all soil types and can enter your home even through solid concrete. It has been around for millions of years and will be around for millions more. The exposure of high concentrations of the radioactive  read more..

Wet Carpet From A Plumbing Leak

Common Indoor Moisture Sources Include: Flooding, inadequate maintenance and failure of building materials and systems Roof leaks Plumbing leaks Overflow from tubs, sinks or toilets Firewood stored indoors Humidifier use Inadequate venting of kitchen and Water Damage Wet Carpet From A Plumbing Leak bath humidity Improper venting  read more..

Compulsive Hoarding Trash Pickup

In these modern times, it is very common for a woman to own four pairs of shoes. But there's definitely a difference between an average collection of shoes and a closet that's packed from floor to ceiling with unused shoes and shoe boxes that you've forgotten what's in them. It is not hard to  read more..

Flood Water Contamination

What if I have already consumed potentially contaminated water?Illness is possible, especially for people that already have a chronic illness or may have compromised immune systems, for example, from AIDS or cancer treatments. This is why boil water notices are issued. Anyone experiencing symptoms s  read more..

Dehumidification Techniques

To overcome these technical and economic barrio of produced water desalination by conventional technologies, novel processes that renewable energy can be used are reviewed for potential application in produced water desalination. A specific feature of produced water is that a large quantity of geoth  read more..

Mold Poisonng Symptoms

Four Steps for Responding to Mold Problems 1. Respond quickly with appropriate actions to stop water damage and limit potential exposure to occupants 2. Identify: The cause of the moisture problem The extent of contamination The safety precautions for remediation 3. Implement remediation Remove   read more..