Dalworth Emergency Restoration Crews are available 24/7 to extract water, remove debris, dry out and repair your residential or commercial property quickly. Call us at 817-203-2944 if you have had a water loss and need assistance. We will dispatch our certified technician(s) to your home or office to resolve your water damage using our state-of-the-art drying equipment.
The methods for dealing with damage to walls depend on the type of materials and also what’s behind those materials. Drywall can often be salvaged, when you respond quickly to damage. You can purchase moisture meters that allow you to assess structural integrity. If the integrity checks out then your drying approach will depend on wall contents. If the wall has insulation, you will need to use flood cuts. If there is no insulation, then usually the best method is to create weep holes. And if you’re dealing with a firewall, you’ll want to use staggered cuts.

HEPA air scrubbers remove contaminants from the air. This is an especially important piece of fire damage restoration equipment, as lingering soot particles can lead to health problems in a structure’s inhabitants after a fire. Commercial air scrubbers are also important in mold remediation when filtering mold spores from the contaminated environment. HEPA filtration ensures that even the smallest soot or mold particles are removed from the air.
Roofs should be inspected annually. A professional roof contractor can look for exterior and interior warning signs that your roof’s condition may lead to water damage, including cracked or missing shingles and areas where water is prone to pool. An inspection can cost several hundred dollars, but in exchange for your peace of mind, it’s priceless.
Category 2 Water - Refers to a source of water that contains a significant degree of chemical, biological or physical contaminants and causes discomfort or sickness when consumed or even exposed to. Known as "grey water". This type carries microorganisms and nutrients of micro-organisms. Examples are toilet bowls with urine (no feces), sump pump failures, seepage due to hydrostatic failure and water discharge from dishwashers or washing machines.
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