Friday, December 30, 2016

Disaster Restoration Service in Pleasant Hill, CA

Disaster Restoration Service in Pleasant Hill, CA

Water Damage

If too much water saturates a property, it can result in the destruction of contents, as well as severe structural damage. To help home and property owners minimize the damage caused by water penetration, Vital Restoration responds quickly and aggressively. By providing fast response to the scene, we help mitigate the damage caused by water. The use of state-of-the-art equipment enables us to eliminate excess water on the property. We also employ other modern techniques to remove moisture from the premises as well as from all personal property.

Fire Damage Restoration

The damage caused by a fire is emotionally draining as well as expensive to repair. Understanding that fire damage wreaks havoc on a building, Vital Restoration uses the latest technologies and the most specialized skills to remove smoke, soot and accompanying odors throughout the structure. Not only do our experts repair structural damage, they also photograph, document, clean and pack down any contents that may have been affected. When necessary, an ozoning treatment is also used to combat any stubborn odors that may linger after a fire.

Smoke Damage

Although smoke damage often accompanies fire damage, the effects of the smoke can often exceed the effects of the flames. In such instances, the Vital Restoration team will perform expert cleaning and odor removal techniques, including the use of air scrubbers with activated charcoal filters, in order to ensure complete and thorough odor elimination. If additional odor removal is required, we may also use an ozone process to aid in the damage restoration.

Mold Damage Restoration

Unlike plants, which get their energy from the sun, molds grow in dark, damp environments and are harmed by the sun´s ultraviolet rays. You will not experience mold growth unless you have a problem with moisture in your home. Excessive moisture can be caused by leaky buildings, flood damage or high levels of humidity. Most species of mold require that a surface be damp for at least 24 hours before the spores will begin to grow. Also, improper ventilation is another factor of mold growth.