We offer inspection services for flooded homes. The inspection of a water restoration project is extremely important! Water may collect and form hidden pockets of moisture inside ceilings, walls, and other hidden areas. Our water damage restoration specialists identify where the water damage has occurred through the use of our sensitive moisture detection equipment and thermal imaging cameras.
We offer removal of excess water and sewage using our truck mounted water extraction equipment that is designed exclusively for professional water removal. In the hands of our highly trained technicians, these powerful and efficient machines can quickly remove the bulk of the water from your home.
We will decontaminate your home once the water or sewage has been extracted. Followed by evaporation and dehumidification using high-volume air movement equipment to accelerate the rate of evaporation. Dehumidifiers then remove this moisture from the air, building materials and furnishings.
Contact Us at the first sign of flooding or water damage. To prevent contamination, mold growth and the escalating costs of damage caused by standing water, please contact us as soon as you notice water issues. From a small pinhole leak in an ice maker line to an entire house flooded by a supply line break, DryMax is thoroughly equipped to remove the water from your home and properly dry it out as quickly as possible. DryMax emergency service technicians provide 24-hour water extraction and flood service.
At DryMax Restoration, we pride ourselves on customer service being our highest priority. In order to help you, we have created some links in order to best assist you when you have water damage questions.
- For tips on Safe Flood Clean Up & tips on Sewer Backups – click here
- DIY Tips to Save Money when dealing with water damage – click here
- Tips for Drying out a Water-Damaged Building – click here
- Tips on How to Protect Your Home from Appliances and Leaking Pipes Water Damage – click here
- Quick Tips for Preventing Water Damage – Great article for loss prevention and maintenance tips on Toilets, water heaters, washing machines, water heaters, plumbing and drain systems, roof leaks, sinks, sump pumps, shower stalls and refrigerator icemakers – click here
- Tips from is my water damage covered by insurance, pollution level of water and what steps to take to minimize water damage – click here
- After the Flood Tips from National Flood Insurance Program – click here
- What to do in the first 24 hours after a flood – fantastic article that will take you step by step through what to do when your home has been affected by a flood – click here
- How to Deal with Residential Water Damage – Great article on DIY water damage clean up – click here
- What to do after a major water leak or indoor flood – 14 steps on what to do immediately to salvage your belongings – click here
- After the Catastrophe – another article with good information for homeowners after a flooding catastrophe happens – click here