Experiencing a flood or escape of water is traumatic enough. But when water enters the fill or insulation of a floating floor, wall or ceiling, it can be a particularly stressful time. You’d be forgiven for thinking it’s going to be a costly and disruptive remedial process to fix it. But it doesn’t have to be.
By using our suction drying process, which takes advantage of industry-leading technology and equipment, we can minimise disruption and help get you back up and running in as little time as possible. By minimising downtime, we save you inconvenience, stress and costs.
Used as the initial response when water enters a void – such as the fill of a floating floor – our suction drying method first pumps any excess water out of the construction, allowing the drying process to begin.
The rest of the process is similar to that of pressure drying. But unlike other methods, suction drying actually takes dry air from the room, which is then forced through gaps or purposely drilled holes into the damp areas.
Any damp air is then sucked out of the construction before it exits the room through the turbine. This process helps minimise the risk of further damage by stopping any free water from being pushed further into the structure.
As an added benefit, suction drying comes with a 3-step filter. This allows the machine to efficiently clean any dirt, water and dust – thus protecting the turbine and cleaning the air. Perfect for situations when the amount of fibres and dust entering the room needs to be controlled or minimised.
And if that wasn’t enough, the air can be cleaned further with the use of a HEPA H13 multi-filter. Not only will this clean the air up to 99.95%, but it can also remove any foul, lingering odours.
With our 24 hour, 7 day a week rapid response, we can be onsite within 2 hours of receiving your call to fulfil your drying needs.