Understanding the Difference Between Water Extraction and Water Mitigation
SERVPRO® of Moore water extraction services are designed for significant events like natural disasters, roof leaks, burst pipes, drainage problems, sewage backups, and whatever devastating situation could result in water damage in your home. This process ultimately removes all the visible water, speeding up the drying process and preventing the risk of further structural damage. Water mitigation, on the other hand, is more of a professional cleanup done after the water extraction process. Water mitigation cleans, sanitizes, and dries out the property. This swift action minimizes water damage by removing unsalvageable contents, disinfecting, and removing nasty smells, as well as thoroughly drying the building structure.
The difference between the two processes is the order in which they come in and the role they play in water damage restoration. Water extraction comes first, followed by the water mitigation process.
Even the smallest amount of water can be destructive, which is why it is important that water extraction be carried out first. In contrast, water mitigation stabilizes the property, keeping its integrity intact and making it fully dry for repairs to take place.
Why Are Water Extraction and Water Mitigation Necessary?
Water mitigation and extraction stop further water harm to a structure. Both entail removing water while maintaining the structural integrity of the building. If not handled properly, water infiltration can seriously harm a building’s structural elements, such as the foundation, walls, and flooring.
For this reason, both water extraction and water mitigation are important. They both support building safety and guard against health and financial risks brought on by water damage.
Contact SERVPRO® of Moore Today
After experiencing water damage, your priority should be contacting SERVPRO® of Moore for water extraction services.Our team of expert technicians works effectively to restore homes and buildings affected by water damage to pre loss conditions.