Flood Damage Restoration and Remediation Procedures

Water damage, whether caused by heavy storms, flash floods, hurricanes, or leaky pipes, can range from mild to severe. The longer building materials are exposed to wet conditions, the more potential there is for deadly mold and mildew to develop, and the more hazardous the situation becomes. Some water damage situations, such as sewage backups and toilet overflows, can create severe odor problems on top of the water damage that will require professional chemistry to resolve. 


Of course, safety is always the primary concern on any water damage job, whether it’s classified as mild gray water or severe black water. Personal protective equipment such as coveralls, gloves, boots, goggles, and respirators are a must to protect the health and safety of everyone on the water damage restoration team. 


Whether you’re dealing with a Category I or Category III water loss, Jon-Don has the specialty drying equipment, dehumidifiers, air movers, moisture meters, antimicrobials, and odor counteractants that restoration professionals depend on. 


Every water damage job is different and requires careful assessment and constant monitoring to ensure proper removal of water and any contamination. Jon-Don highly recommends that property owners employ the services of a trained restoration professional for all water damage situations. 


Training Opportunity: Restoration professionals who handle water damage jobs should attend the Water Restoration Technician training course. This hands-on seminar covers every step of the flood restoration process from conducting preliminary inspections and site evaluations to the move effective methods for drying floors, walls, and other structural surface.!