Posts Tagged ‘Drywall’


Palmdale water damage

Monday, March 7th, 2011

We were referred out by the insurance company to mitigate damage to this Palmdale home. The water had damaged the master bathroom’s carpet, pad, subfloor, and vanity cabinet. We removed all damaged materials, treated affected structure with an anti-microbial treatment and proceded to dry the damaged area. At this point we repaired the drywall, textured, and painted to pre-loss condition. New carpet was installed.  Here are some photo’s of our work


Santa clarita building flooded

Friday, September 10th, 2010

We were called out to mitigate damage to a commercial building in the santa clarita valley. We extracted the water that affected 6 units in the building. Our job included moving the tennants stock and belongings out of the damaged area to make room to properly dryout the water damaged structure. We used a non-disruptive method of removing moisture from the walls. In the main unit where the water damage originated we opened the drywall below the baseboard level to make repairs much easier. The rest of the units we used a combination of drill access holes through-out with some injecti-dry systems to shoot pressurized hot air into the walls where we tested more moisture. The entire building took 5 days to become totally dry. We are now in the process of making the necessary repairs and help get the tennants back in business. Here are some photos of our work




Water damage in Saugus, CA

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

Yesterday we were called out to mitigate damage to our customers home in Saugus. They had a broken pipe under the kitchen sink that damaged the cabinetry, drywall, and structure under the kitchen counter. We removed the unsalvegable building materials, and prepared to dry out the ramaining structure. Here are some photos of the dryout in progress.

Water damage in Canyon Country

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

We are in the process of drying out a home that had water damage due to a broken pipe. We were called out to mitigate damage and dryout the full structure. The damaged materials include the drywall, baseboards, carpet and padding. We took a few pictures of the removal of damaged materials and our drying equipment at work

Mold remediation in Canyon Country, CA

Monday, March 29th, 2010

Today we performed some mold remediation in Canyon Country. We had to remove the counter tops, sinks, cabinets, mirrors in two bathrooms. We then removed all damaged drywall to expose framing to the structure. We treated with a sporicide to clean all remaining affected structured areas. We used negative air during removal of damaged material. All areas were hepa vacuumed during and after remediation. Here are some photos of our work.