All Dry Water Damage Experts is a local company that has been providing emergency restoration services to Denver and the surrounding area for over twenty years. We truly understand the frustration and inconvenience that comes along with a loss to your home or business and strive to return your property back to normal as quickly as possible. The reason we have earned our customer’s trust and excellent reviews is because we place a strong emphasis on doing what is right for our customers. We are strongly committed to being honest with our customers, to following ethical business practices, as well as following all of the standards set by our industry. Our staff are certified and highly trained in all areas of emergency restoration and serve as a valuable source of knowledge for our customers. We are available to our customers 24/7.
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Water damage to homes and businesses from any source involves dangers to both residents and property and it is important to understand these dangers. One of the most important dangers to be aware of is the potential for mold growth. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Institute for Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), drying and mitigation of a property with water damage should occur within 24 to 48 hours to reduce the possibility of mold growth. It is not as simple as removing and drying up the visible water. Mold can form behind drywall, behind baseboards or ceilings, and under carpet pad. The dangers of mold exposure to residents of the property include respiratory tract issues, neurocognitive symptoms, asthma, and allergic reactions.
When you begin noticing erroneous water collections around the confines of your home, water damage could be paying you an unpleasant visit. Becoming aware of these lingering water collection points is an important step in circumventing the entire problem. However if you can pinpoint the cause of your homes’ water leakage than your bank account will look a little fatter long term.
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Step 3: Drying and Dehumidification – Once the flooded water is removed, your floors and walls may look dry, but building materials are porous and will still retain water traces. Moisture and water can remain behind ceilings, baseboards and flooring which can potentially lead to the growth of mold. Through the drying and dehumidification process we manipulate local temperature and relative humidity to remove any remaining moisture and water damage.