Here is the completion of our process for restoring a home in Springfield after water damage.
You can view the initial steps taken in part 1 of this project.
Upon further investigation, we checked for additional areas that may have been impacted by water leaking throughout the home.
Water was found to be in the crawlspace as well, which required drying equipment to dry out the area.
Saturation was also discovered beneath the drop in stove unit on the sub-floor. The water line leak caused the water to travel underneath the stove near the kitchen cabinets.
After the detaching of the lower base kitchen cabinets, the saturated tile and sub-floor as well as some wet drywall were all required to be torn out to dry the remaining bones of the structure shown below. The stud walls and decking were also required to be treated and dried.
We treated and protected the decking and stud walls with our anti-microbial agent. This ensured that no potential mold growth would occur.
Next, we dried the structure. In this case, we also dried the crawlspace. Here you can see we cut holes in the decking to allow for drying equipment to penetrate the crawlspace.
The piece of drying equipment shown below in the middle is a heat exchanger. It is taking the normal forced air from the air mover and exchanging the air for heat up to variable heat temperatures. This helped to speed up the evaporation time of the water in the crawlspace.
After repairing the water damage, we continued with our services for remodeling the kitchen.
After the structure was repaired, we moved all contents back into place. They had been cleaned and ready to use again.
Here is the final completion image after the repairs and changes had been made.
When it comes to repairing your home or property after water damage, you can trust Mr. Power Clean to perform all necessary steps to ensure you receive a complete and thorough restoration.
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