This client contacted us with water spreading throughout her finished basement. She walked around and was able to locate a broken relief valve on her boiler. Once the water was off, we came in and began drying. In discussing the options available for the rebuild, the client decided not to have carpet reinstalled in the basement. We performed mitigation and soaked up all the water. We then made flood cuts and began drying the inner walls. Once mitigation was completed, we began the rebuild and created a secret panel to access the had to access the boiler. We put all the walls back and painted and finally installed new vinyl flooring.
Mold had taken over the attic in this home. We setup a containment barrier and air scrubber as an engineering control to ensure no allergic reactions or cross contamination to keep disturbed mold spores from spreading. We then applied our environmentally friendly, odorless sanitizer. Once neutralized, we HEPA vacuumed and scrubbed. Upon a revisit of the home months later, all mold activity has ceased.
Flooded Pub Room from above due to leaking valve onto reclaimed barn wood flooring. We wanted to save this flooring so we immediately implemented our sealed floor drying system to extract moisture using air to save the wood.
This client had a leaking wax seal around the toilet which breached the ceiling below and affected the bathroom lower walls and tile flooring. After some discussion with the homeowner, they decided it would be a good time to remodel the bathroom. This took a not so pleasant situation and made it better by drying the floors and walls and installing new flooring, tub and vanity. We carefully removed the mirrors to access the wet walls behind as they wanted to preserve these. The end result is a beautiful upgrade.
The homeowner sadly came home to water in the office above due to a frozen radiator pipe burst. The water had flooded the floor and saturated the ceiling and insulation below until the sheet rock gave way. We performed a full floor removal and flood cut above along with a full wall and ceiling tear-out due to concerns of mold growth.