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Ace uses thermal imaging to detect hidden moisture
Ace Cleaning and Restoration has cutting edge equipment that aids in finding moisture and quickly removing it. We also have been trained and industry certified. Whether you have a major water intrusion or a minor one, Ace has what it takes to dry your home or business and protect your investment.
We are able to dry even insulated walls. Our specialized equipment injects warm, dry air, saving customers the expense of tearing out wet walls and rebuilding.
Water damages requires immediate attention. We are here to help protect your property and eliminate safety and health hazards.
WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR HOME FLOODS
1. Safety First.
Water damage can cause health and safety hazards such as: risk of electrocution, slip and fall accidents and exposure to pathogens. Be aware of the risks and limit access to affected areas. If the circuit breaker can be safely accessed, temporarily turn off power to affected areas. In the case of broken fresh water pipe or fixture, turn off water supply. Resolve to address the situation immediately. Delaying dealing with water damage can make the situation exponentially worse.
2. Call a Water Damage Professional
Water damage is not a do it yourself project. Water spreads quickly affecting floors, walls, ceilings, cabinets, floor coverings, sub-floors, woodwork and personal property. Without proper inspection, equipment and training it is difficult to evaluate the damage and respond appropriately. If the extraction and drying process is not quickly started, secondary damage can occur form moisture wicking into Porous materials or from abnormal indoor humidity. Hygroscopic materials (absorbing water and water vapor) can begin to buckle, deform, delaminate and swell. Fungus and bacteria germinate and multiply when conditions are above 60% relative Humidity. Foul odors and respiratory problems may develop in as little as 24 hours.
A restoration professional will help you document damaged property and make recommendation on how to mitigate further damage. It is best to document all damaged property even if you are not planning on contacting insurance. The full extent of the damage may not be immediately apparent.
4. Contact insurance
Your agent should be able to explain covered losses, deductible and policy limits. If appropriate, they will help you file a claim. A water damage professional will work with insurance to restore your property quickly. An adjuster may take several days to inspect the loss. Do not wait for insurance to respond before starting to address the problem.