Sydney Forensic Cleaning water damage remediation technicians can handle any type of water damage and are experts in every step of the cleanup, drying and restoration process.
Following water damage in your Sydney home or at your business premises, our priority is to return the affected property to its pre-incident condition as quickly as possible, minimising secondary damage, efficiently, effectively and with the minimum of disruption for the customer.
What is the Difference between Water Damage Categories
Slow Evaporation Rate
The first, and less severe of the classes is Slow Evaporation Rate. This category is classified as a room or area only partially affected by water damage, or as an area with lower permeance porosity materials such as ply, VCT or concrete.
Fast Evaporation Rate
Fast Evaporation Rate indicates a significant amount of water that has flowed into the damaged area and affected areas are medium to high porosity such as carpet, walls etc. The result of Fast Evaporation Rate Class 2 Water Damage is greater absorption into materials, and once said water is removed, a significant amount of water and moisture remains.
Fastest Evaporation Rate
This category is indicated by the greatest absorption rate into materials, resulting in the highest potential rate of evaporation needed after the bulk of the water is removed. A Class 3 water damaged property is likely to have part or most of the structural elements and surfaces such as ceilings, walling and carpet damaged.
Specialty Drying Situation
The Class 4 water damage results in the majority of the moisture being trapped within the building materials with very low permeance such as hardwoods, , brick, concrete and masonry. In the case of Class 4 water damage, the premises will require specialised drying method, longer drying times, or substantial vapour pressure differentials.
How are Water Damaged Properties in Sydney and New South Wales Remediated
No two Water Damage Remediation situations are the same that means Sydney Forensic Cleaning specialized Water Remediation technicians will have to come up with a unique solution to each problem. Typically the water damage cleanup and restoration process follows five steps.
- Inspect the damage and make a plan of action.
- Remove all standing water.
- Dry and dehumidify the damaged area.
- Clean and sanitise the damage area.
- Begin the restoration process.
Why Choose Sydney Forensic Cleaning to Assist with your Water Damage Remediation
Sydney Forensic Cleaning technicians understand that time is of the essence when dealing with water damaged properties and belongings. We respond immediately to your emergency, assess the damage and present you with a thorough and detailed plan of action.
Highly Trained Professionals
Our technicians have received specialised training in water damage restoration. Our technicians can handle any type of water damage and are experts in every step of the cleanup, drying and restoration process.
Cutting Edge Equipment
Sydney Forensic Cleaning technicians are equipped with the best technology and equipment on the market which allows us to quickly remove all standing water, clean and dry the area then sanitise and deodorise the damaged area.
Sydney Forensic Cleaners pride ourselves on providing the superior service we are known for. The team at Sydney Forensic Cleaning understand the importance of discretion and professionalism and all of our staff have been trained to ensure that our work is conducted in an appropriate manner to ensure the minimum disruption while delivering a first class forensic cleaning service. To arrange your free no obligation quotation, simply contact Sydney Forensic Cleaning and one of our friendly team will ensure that you get the water damage clean up service you need at the most competitive price.