SI Restoration Unveils Water Damage Restoration Guide

Standing Water can be an unsuspecting harbinger of disease, bacteria, and mold spores. Expert SI Restoration has unveiled a new, one-page guide for Water Damage Removal to help protect property owners from an unthinkable disaster.

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SI Restoration unveils its Water Damage Restoration Guide

SI Restoration has unveiled their Water Damage Restoration Guide, a highly-detailed, easily accessible tool that outlines industry approved tips on how to properly remove standing water from any affected area.

Mount Laurel, New Jersey (PRWEB) May 15, 2013

Water Damage can happen anywhere, any time. Even when every preventative measure is taken to ensure water does not ruin valuable effects and possessions, residential and commercial property owners are constantly at risk of flood waters wreaking havoc on their home or business.

SI Restoration has been serving the community as a leading expert in water damage remediation since 1989. Large flood disasters should always be trusted to highly trained, certified professionals who are able to operate the equipment necessary to perform the job. Residential and commercial property owners faced with damaging flood waters would do well to ensure they choose a proper service provider.

SI Restoration has unveiled their Water Damage Restoration Guide, a highly-detailed, easily accessible tool that outlines industry approved tips on how to properly remove standing water from any affected area.

The guide breaks the remediation process down into three important steps: extraction, drying and restoration. Each section includes instructions on how to complete each step along with useful tips on how to ensure they are done right.

Equipment like shop vacs and submersible pumps are suggested for the job along with proper drainage areas and high velocity fans. Property owners should not expect a quick fix, as the guide suggests that proper remediation takes up to 48 hours or more.

While the three-step process seems easy on paper, the actual work can be very difficult and tedious. It is imperative to ensure that a service provider is capable of providing technicians capable of working long hours who pay attention to the smallest of details. It is also recommended that preventative measures be taken to ensure mold does not grow after the affected area has been dried. For property owners unsure of how to tackle the annoying fungus, SI Restoration also provides its customers with a handy guide on how to remove mold.

Property owners can count on SI Restoration to provide useful tips on all types of restoration services. When guides and tips are not enough to get the job done, SI Restoration is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for emergency water damage restoration services.


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