Properly drying a building in order to prevent structural damage and mold growth requires a lot more than a couple of fans. Thorough drying is a complicated process that tracks moisture movement and calls for sophisticated equipment.
One of the first steps to drying a building is stopping the source of water itself. After this is accomplished, drying fans are strategically placed throughout the structure. Special attention is paid to carpets, drywall, and stucco. The entire process may take several days but is well worth the commitment of time and effort, protecting the value and integrity of the building. Watch this video for an in-depth look at the water extraction and drying process.
Restore your home or business to like-new condition with the help of Ideal Restoration. Residents of the San Francisco Bay Area have looked to us for water and fire damage repair since the 1970s. Call (888) 419-4279 for more information.