DRIRITE Disaster Restoration Blog

Understanding Water, Fire & Mold Damage Restoration Processes

Determine The Class Of Water

Classes designate water-damaged environments by their relative degree of saturation, which is then used to determine the approximate initial amount of dehumidification equipment necessary for an  efficient drying system. Note that Class of water is combined with volume (ft) in the formulas below to determine initial dehumidification requirements. Read More »

Moisture Detection. Why It’s Important.

MOISTURE INSPECTION PROCESS

Hope everyone had a happy Holiday season! We want to talk today about when your property has a leak or moisture problem, one of the first steps is finding out where the water is originating from. If the source of water intrusion has not been stopped or controlled, then, if possible, reasonable steps may be taken to do so. If efforts to stop or control the water intrusion are unsuccessful, then Dririte will make a decision to continue those efforts or stop the project. After the water source has been controlled, surface water can be removed to gain control of the situation. Read More »

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