Assessment of Water Damage
Source of water loss, type of water discharged, length of time the structure has been wet, wet building materials, location of water event and path it traveled, square footage of the areas affected and environmental concerns are all relevant is assessing a water damage claim. Experienced mitigation professionals collect this information while using a variety of moisture detection equipment and infrared camera to develop a successful and effective drying plan.
Containment of Water Damaged Areas
Containment of bacterial impacted areas is of immediate concern with any water related occurrence. Oftentimes containment is overlooked as a critical aspect in the drying process. Critical barriers provide controls and management for the drying process; allowing a reduction in drying time for the affected areas, controlling areas outside of affected areas from potential environmental exposures and prohibiting persons from accessing the areas for safety and health concerns.
Power, Distribution, and Desiccant De-humidification
Large loss claims are more complex and require specialized drying processes and equipment. Knowing how to effectively provide drying solutions, distribute power supply and understanding building materials and methods are critical in the success completion of the water damage restoration. Our professionals have the expertise to determine the critical path to completion .
Is Garrett McKenzie Right For You?
Our trained and seasoned personnel have the experience and knowledge to tackle any size or type of commercial water damage loss. We specialize in emergency mobilization and response, removal and extraction of water, containment, controlled demolition of wet building materials, rental and set-up of structural drying equipment and generators, monitoring and drying documentation, collaborating with the insurance company and settling the loss. Garrett McKenzie partners with you and provides all the solutions for managing your water damage claim.