Living Room Dry-out
In this image, you can see just how much further we go to make sure that everything from the base of your flooring up gets taken care of after water damage occurs.
In the first image, it is apparent that there was a good-sized section of carpet removed by the client before we really began the drying process. They were aware that the concrete base of the floor was just as important to keep dry as it would be if there was a wood base underneath. Concrete may not deteriorate as fast as mold, but it can crack, and if it holds moisture for too long it can begin to develop mold.
So when we came onto the scene we pulled up more of the carpet and replaced the fan with our air movers. We also removed the trim so we could get the bottom section of the wall dry. Our techs were able to efficiently and swiftly get the drying process started and completed at this job. Remember, we are Here to Help®.