Water Damage Restoration Services in New York, NY


Home in need of water damage restoration services in New York, NY


How It Works

Step 1:  Initial Inspection and Assessment of Damage

Dry Ease certified mold professionals assess the damaged area and determine the proper equipment required to address the problem. We ensure our customers receive the most cost effective recommendation.

Step 2:  Water Removal and Extraction

Dry Ease certified mold professionals utilize portable or truck-mounted water extracting equipment to completely remove the majority of the water from the affected facility.

Step 3:  Apply Anti-Microbial

Dry Ease certified mold professionals apply an EPA-registered anti-microbial substance to water affected surfaces throughout the drying process in order to prevent future mold growth.

Step 4:  Drying and Dehumidification

Dry Ease certified mold professionals utilize a rapid drying fan evaporation process with portable dehumidification and desiccant drying equipment. The combined technology ensures safe and complete drying of the affected area.

Step 5:  Monitoring

Dry Ease certified mold professionals continuously monitor the drying and decontamination process, employing moisture content reading technologies that constantly measure changes to the water damaged materials.


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Dry Ease For Flood Water Damage Restoration

Many homes experience water damage to some degree. The majority of these water damages are a result of some type of plumbing failure. When water damage occurs, it is important that you locate a company that is well-trained and has the equipment to completely dry your home as quickly as possible.

Water damage is progressive and items that could be restored within the first 48 hours of the water damage may not be restored if emergency response is delayed. Although you might be tempted to use a shop vacuum or call a company that only has equipment to dry carpet, you should consider that water will wick up walls and travel under base molding and sill plates. It will penetrate through floor coverings into sub-floors, even causing water damage in rooms below.

In addition, if humidity inside the structure is not controlled, items that were not damaged from the original water damage could be damaged as a result of absorbing moisture from the air. Structures that are not dried out quickly and properly can become a food source for mold growth. Check out Quick Dry EPA Guidelines 

Dry Ease Mold Removal technicians are trained on current procedures, such as Rapid Structural Drying, to dry your entire structure as quickly as possible, using state-of-the-art equipment and technology. Infrared cameras and moisture meters are used to locate moisture that may not be visible or may be hidden behind walls or cabinets, so that our Service Professionals can ensure that all wet materials are dry. Because we understand how important it is to react quickly in the unfortunate event of water damage, you can rely on Dry Ease Mold Removal to provide emergency response and quick professional service.


What To Do

In the event of water damage, do the following:

  • Stay calm! Call Dry-Ease Mold Removal at 877-215-8399 today.
  • Make sure the water source is turned off. This will help contain the damage.
  • Turn off the breaker in the damaged area before you unplug or remove any electrical devices located on the wet carpet.
  • Place aluminum foil under the legs of any furniture which is in contact with wet carpet. This might help prevent furniture stains on your carpet.
  • Lift draperies away from wet carpet.
  • Pin up upholstered furniture skirts which may get wet.
  • Remove books, shoes, paper goods, fabrics, potted plants, and other items which may stain wet carpet.

Do not attempt the following:

  • Don’t use your home vacuum, since electrical shock may result, as well as certain damage to the equipment itself.
  • Don’t place newspaper in traffic areas to walk on, since newspaper ink transfers easily to the wet carpet fibers and may result in permanent staining.
  • Don’t walk on carpet any more than necessary. This will keep the damage from spreading to unaffected areas.