Mitigation Before Reconstruction
When it comes to sewage and water damage, you don’t always know just how deep it goes until you start the cleanup process. This small bathroom is a good example of that. The water and sewage damage was all over the floor of this room, and it looked like it was just in areas where you could see it. However, once the mitigation was finished, you can see that it was so extensive that it was in the walls of the area as well. So the walls were removed for a more complete mitigation and drying process, and while it meant there would be more reconstruction afterward, it also meant that the area was completely cleaned and dried.