The Science of Drying
What does it mean to be an expert? Here at DryDocs, we have the knowledge and resources not only to handle your disaster, but to remediate the affected materials as efficiently and painlessly as possible. Our goal is to make your home healthy again, and to keep your wallet healthy as well. We are trained with the latest techniques and equipment, and certified by the IICRC for Water Damage Restoration and Mold Remediation. This cutting edge technology enables us to “dry before we pry”. We approach every project wanting to preserve as much material and content as we can. Removing your drywall, your brand new carpeting, or your gorgeous hardwood floors is always a last resort.
We use high-volume air movers and industrial dehumidifiers to evaporate and remove water at lightning speed. These are effective methods, but some drying projects can be incredibly complex, and require innovative solutions to achieve your drying goals while preserving the materials in your home.
- You may have water leaking behind a wall that is coated with wallpaper or paint that is not permeable to water. We utilize high-tech injection drying systems to dry from the inside of your wall cavity.
- You may have antique hardwood floors which collect and absorb water that has leaked through the cracks to the sub floor. We make use of vacuum mat systems and heated drying chamber solutions. These technologies can pull moisture out of the most challenging spaces.
What About My Insurance Company?
DryDocs will work with your insurance company, eliminating the concerns of weaving through coverage and payments. We can bill your insurance directly, while providing them with all the information they need for your claim. We document and monitor drying conditions at every step of the process.
When we arrive, we use non-invasive moisture meters and thermal imaging cameras to determine the perimeter of the flooding. We have the ability to accurately and thoroughly measure and document moisture content of difficult to access areas. We collect all the information your insurance company needs.
While we are drying, we monitor the environment with thermo-hygrometers, moisture meters, and infrared thermometers. This allows us to measure relative humidity, air temperature, surface temperature of materials, moisture content, and evaporation potential. Our high level of science and technology allows us to perform our drying projects with the highest amount of precision. This leads to the most efficient drying time.