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Water Extraction Oklahoma City

Published by 911 Restoration Oklahoma City on October 13, 2013 in category: Water Damage Restoration

Homeowners may often be reluctant to rely on water damage restoration services because they simply do not understand how the process works. They may think that the process simply consists of drying out the affected areas. Before you fall into this trap and think you want to tackle this project yourself, here are a few things worth considering. Call us at (405) 212-3028 and please allow us to offer you a free visual inspection.

Water Removal

Depending on the type and nature of the leak, water removal may actually have to be completed first. This means that by some action the water must be hosed or otherwise “sucked” out of the area. You cannot just go and dry the surface. Trying to do this is often too much for most homeowners because they lack the equipment, time and knowledge to do it properly.

Salvaging Materials

Relying on an expert to help determine what can and cannot be salvaged is a good idea. Not only will they be able to explain what you can and cannot save but can ease the burden by disposing of waste materials for you. This can take a lot of the hassle out of the process.

Call us at (405) 212-3028 and learn how we can help.

Safe Humidity and Moisture Levels

Hiring a professional water damage restoration service can help ensure that the levels of moisture in the home are safe. Increased levels can cause damage to the home and encourage growth of mold. Not only can this be a costly problem but can pose significant health hazards.

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