Repairing drywall after a burst pipe in the ceiling

Repairing drywall after a burst pipe in the ceiling
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After our water damage team finishes with the dry out and ensures all wet surfaces are back to normal using state of the art moisture meters and thermal cameras our repair team comes in.
Patching all removed materials and bringing things back to pre existing condition or better.

Repairing drywall after a burst pipe in the ceiling
After our water damage team finishes with the dry out and ensures all wet surfaces are back to normal using state of the art moisture meters and thermal cameras our repair team comes in.

We were called out to an emergency water leak, a pipe had burst in the ceiling. Once the water source had been determined and stopped, our Water Damage Technicians were able to move-in and set up our water drying equipment as well as dehumidifiers. The damaged ceiling tiles and drywall was removed to exposed the wet framework, and the equipment was turned on and monitored for 72 hours. Once ensuring that the area was dried out by using thermal cameras and moisture meters, our team was able to begin to repair and replace the damaged ceiling tiles and drywall, bringing the damaged area back to it’d pre-existing condition, or better, by ensuring a seamless patch and matching paint to the original paint.

Repairing drywall after a burst pipe in the ceiling
After our water damage team finishes with the dry out and ensures all wet surfaces are back to normal using state of the art moisture meters and thermal cameras our repair team comes in.

 

As a General Contractor specialized in Restoration Environmental and Reconstruction, my professional goal is to keep up with the ever-changing rules, regulations, and laws in the restoration industry. I continue to strive to make the property recovery process a positive and good experience for each client.

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