Water Damage Facts

Water damage in both home and commercial settings is one of the most common and frustrating problems homeowners and business owners can experience. Water damage can result from a variety of sources: Supply lines to sinks, toilets, and appliances (refrigerator water and ice lines, dishwashers, washer machines, etc.). Blockages in drain lines can lead to water back ups in toilets and other drains. Water lines in walls, ceilings, and slabs may develop holes and cracks.

Improper landscaping irrigation can direct water into buildings. You may even have water intrusion from a neighboring residential unit (condos, townhomes, apartments, etc.) or neighboring business office that has experienced a water damage that spreads to your property. Through all the different ways that you may experience water intrusion, DryMaster has the experience, training, and tools to respond to any issue you may face.

DryMaster Responds to Water Damages of any size, day or night

Immediate response to water damage is vital to minimize the damage that may occur to your property. DryMaster responds immediately to your emergency in order to mitigate the situation and avoid secondary damage that may occur from further water migration and the development of mold contamination. When applicable, DryMaster will work directly with your insurance company to ensure everything is done to return your property to a “Pre-loss Condition.”

It is our goal to approach every water damage situation with an attitude of providing the most complete and thorough service. DryMaster’s objective is to minimize structural damage while returning your property to its “Normal Dry Standard.” The less damage that is done while drying out a structure, results in less time required for costly and lengthy reconstruction. While demolition is sometimes necessary in order to properly dry out a structure, it should be the last option. The preferred method is to use Directed Heat Drying, whenever possible. Directed Heat Drying and less invasive forms of introducing air-movement and dehumidification to water damaged structures is generally more efficient and less costly.

Our objective is to help resolve all situations in the most effective, most convenient, and least costly way possible in accordance with the standards established by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC) as out lined in their Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Water Damage Restoration, or commonly referred to as the IICRC S500.

Thermal Imaging

Thermal Imaging is used to assist in locating moisture in walls, ceilings & floors. A Thermal Imaging water damage inspection can help our technicians find & diagnose hidden water damage. This information will help to minimize destruction to the buildings structure. As a result, the technician will focus only on the affected area, which will keep the cost lower & result in less inconvenience to the property owner.