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Structural Drying for Water Damage in Detroit & the Surrounding Areas

Water mitigation

When a disaster like a flood, storm, or a major plumbing leak occurs, water can soak into porous surfaces and materials within a building, leading to mold growth, rotten wood, and structural damage if it is not removed quickly. With the help of a professional disaster recovery service, such as our team at Advance Restoration, you can limit the damage and minimize the repair costs for structural drying for water damage.

Our structural drying services will eliminate the moisture left behind after the standing water has been extracted. We use specialized equipment and procedures to dry your building as quickly as possible, along with moisture meters to monitor and verify the results. With more than a decade of experience, you can count on our team at Advance restoration for quality, professional structural drying services anywhere in St. Clair, Oakland County, Macomb County, or the surrounding areas in Michigan.

Has your Michigan building been flooded? Contact Advance Restoration today for structural drying and water extraction services that can help you limit damage to your home or business!

Structural Drying Services in Michigan

At Advance Restoration, we are IICRC certfied to provide fast, effective structural drying services for residential, commercial, and industrial properties. Our experts have the training and equipment to do the job properly and efficiently, including:

  • Desiccant dehumidifiers
  • Commercial fans & air movers
  • Negative air machines
  • Heaters
  • Generators
  • And more…

We also have moisture meters to monitor the process and thermal imaging systems to locate hidden moisture and identify leaks. Through dehumidification, evaporation, and proper temperatures, we can remove nearly all moisture from your building and stop any further water damage.

The Drying Process for Your Home or Business

When you call Advance Restoration, our team will respond quickly and asses the damage to your home or business with a full inspection of the building. We will determine which areas have been the most affected and locate hidden moisture in walls, floors, and other areas using thermal cameras. Our experts will then decide on the best equipment and procedures to use, based on:

  • Building design and construction
  • The types of building materials present
  • The condition of the materials and their location
  • The moisture content

Each type of material will respond differently to various drying procedures, Heavier materials like wood will take longer to dry than carpets or drywall and are more likely to be damaged by rapid moisture and temperature changes. Other materials, like fiberglass insulation, will dry quickly, but may not be worth saving due to the potential for mold growth. Our experts will evaluate each type of material and each area of the building to determine the most effective drying procedures for each, according to a thorough understanding of the evaporation process and the science behind it.

Once a plan has been formed, our team will move in the drying equipment and log the process with moisture mapping, thermal imaging, moisture meters, and more. With all the moisture removed and the threat of mold eliminated, the rest of the rebuilding process can then begin.

Schedule Structural Drying Services in St. Clair, Oakland or Macomb County, MI

At Advance Restoration, our team is available 24/7 for structural drying, water extraction, mold remediation, and more. With over a decade of experience and a great reputation in the St. Clair, Oakland and Macomb County areas, you can count on Advance Restoration for all your disaster recovery needs.

Contact us today at 877-363-7462 to schedule structural drying services in Michigan!



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