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Why We Are The Leader In Calabasas Water Damage Restoration

1/4/2020 (Permalink)

Our heated air movers and air scrubber working to clean up this room after water damage effected the home Our skilled technicians utilize top of the line equipment like these heated air movers and an air scrubber to clean up water damage in your home.

Sophisticated Techniques That Minimize Water Damage Effects in Calabasas Homes

When water spills in your Calabasas home, it is likely to spread into various cavities in the house, including walls, behind cabinets, and subfloors. Such water may go unnoticed if the leak starts from a hidden area or if the cavities are not scoped when drying the rest of the house. Moisture in hidden sections of the house leads to different forms of material deterioration, including physical alterations such as warping of structural supports and mold, leading to costly repairs.

Many of the adverse effects of water damage in Calabasas homes can be addressed by thoroughly drying the entire structure, including the hidden areas. However, some challenges, including access to these areas, can hinder the process. One way our SERVPRO technicians simplify the process is by using sophisticated drying equipment, which eases access. Since water damage incidents involving clean water do not spread contaminants, no decontamination is necessary for the hidden areas, so our team can assure the homeowner that drying is enough to deliver quality results.

Specialized cavity drying systems can help remove moisture from wall spaces, cabinets, and other concealed areas. The systems work through positive pressure, meaning pushing air into the cavity or negative pressure whereby air is drawn from the cavity. The systems differ in design, with some having vents for attachment to air movers while others have an internal blower. Positive pressure is the standard drying approach, but if our SERVPRO technicians suspect chances of contamination, we use negative pressure.

Sometimes it is not possible to access the cavity. For example, penetrating tiles and hardwood floors to reach the subfloor cavity is not feasible because it would cause irreversible damages. Our SERVPRO technicians use drying mats to dry these areas without causing physical damages.

Excess moisture in your Agoura, Agoura Hills, or Hidden Hills house can lead to a cocktail of problems. Call SERVPRO of Agoura / Calabasas / Hidden Hills at (818) 991-6292 to help fix any issue, "Like it never even happened."

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