Water Removal in Lake Dallas: Standing and Pouring Water
The first step in the water removal process for Lake Dallas properties is to eliminate large amounts of water. This includes any standing water or water that is pouring in from a broken pipe or busted water line. We will shut off the main water switch for your property and try to find the source while simultaneously utilizing vacuums to remove as much of the overall water as possible from your Lake Dallas property.
Professional Water Extraction With Fans and Dehumidifiers
Once the large pools of water are taken care of in your Lake Dallas property, we move on to the drying part of the water extraction process. This phase involves using fans and dehumidifiers to get rid of excess moisture in your Lake Dallas property. Doing this is especially important because if too much moisture is left in your Lake Dallas property, it will breed mold and invite insect infestations. We work to make sure your Lake Dallas property returns to the state it should be in after we get rid of the moisture.
Water Damage Repairs in Your Lake Dallas Property
Once everything is dried up, we will assess the area to see what will need the attention of water damage repairs within your Lake Dallas property. We will contain the area to create an environment that will provide the best results, and our experts may strategically drill holes in the wall. This is so that we can ensure that the fans are able to properly dry everything at your Lake Dallas property. Without these steps, you would have to demolish and rebuild, and we don’t want to incur that extra cost to you.
Contact Mr. Restore Today!
When there’s been water, fire, tornado, or flood damage to your property or commercial business it’s difficult to know who to call to help clean up and repair the property. The answer is easy! Mr. Restore is a restoration company that provides comprehensive restoration services, as well as environmental remediation. Contact Mr. Restore today; we are available 24/7 and can be at your property within 60 minutes!