The Right Equipment

The Right Equipment

At Water Damage Recovery we have the right equipment for the job.

State-of-the-art equipment for the best results

Water Damage Recovery will work quickly to stop damage from water, fire, smoke, mold and other causes, and will then restore your property back to its pre-incident condition using modern cleaning equipment and procedures.

Equipped to do the job right

The Right Equipment

We have equipment for jobs of all sizes.

Upon completion of the damage assessment, our well-trained certified professionals will come to your property with the equipment and up-to-date technology needed to completely clean and restore your home or commercial building.

Our experienced technicians will use eco-friendly microbials and biosides to totally cleanse the affected area. Our cleaning procedure includes using dust-free HEPA vacuuming and damp wiping with anti-microbial detergents.

We have the state-of-the-art equipment required to take care of the most challenging cleanup and restoration situations. From our truck-mounted vacuums to our extracting, dehumidification and air moving machines, we use modern equipment for faster, more predictable results.

Some of the equipment we use to clean and restore you home or commercial building includes:

The Right Equipment

Extractors are used to draw water out of wood floors after a flood.

  • Truck-mounted vacuums – Extract standing water efficiently and fast at large jobs.
  • Dehumidifiers – Suck the moister out of air.
  • Air Movers – Pushes the air into the dehumidifier.
  • Negative air machines – Filters the bad air and traps it.
  • Ozone machines – Produce ozone gas that travels throughout your property and knocks out smoke odor by breaking down smoke residue on a molecular level.
  • Extractors: Super strong shop vacs that draw water out of carpet or a hardwood floor.
  • Thermo foggers – Use a special solvent-based deodorizer that is heated and applied as a dry fog and is effective against nearly all odors.
  • Dry ice blasting machines – The best method for cleaning after fire, as dry ice leaves no additional waste behind.