ServiceMaster Recovery by C2C Restoration is equipped with top-of-the-line restoration equipment to ensure optimal quality, consistency, and efficiency. As an industry leader in damage restoration, our air movers, dehumidifiers, and moisture detection devices must be accurate and dependable.
In addition to our restoration equipment, we use dry ice blasting, truck mounted-high volume pumps for water extraction, power generators for temporary power, and various specialty drying devices.
We work hard to complete every job in a timely manner so that you can return to your normal routine as soon as possible.
Air movers are used in flood restoration to quickly dry out carpets and other moisture retaining materials. They assist in preventing moisture from pooling and creating mold or slowly ruining the carpet and floor beneath. These can be left at the site to continue running after the initial work is completed. We routinely monitor the atmospheric conditions each day to be certain that the air movers are working as intended.
Dehumidifiers reduce the level of humidity in the air by removing excess moisture from the air. This process is important to assist the air movers in drying out the structure and its contents.
Negative air machines are used primarily in situations where contaminated air needs to be vented from the structure. The contaminate air can contain mold spores, smoke, soot, or other particles that can create health issues for the occupants of the dwelling or structure.
Like other abrasive blasting systems, such as sand or plastic pellets, dry ice blasting propels pellets of dry ice out of a nozzle at high velocities in order to remove dirty layers from a surface. The advantage of dry ice blasting services is that the pellets, composed of frozen carbon dioxide, turn back into gas upon contact with the surface.
Dry ice blasting equipment efficiently removes smoke and soot from a structure damaged by fire and is used in mold remediation to completely clear away any mold or mildew that might remain if scrubbing was the only method utilized.
Whatever the source of the excess water, we have truck mounts and pumps that will quickly extract the pools of water. Once completely extracted, we can begin the process of drying the structure and contents with dehumidifiers, air movers, and in some cases, specialty drying equipment.