Water damage can be hard to see. If a wall is dry to the touch it would be easy to assume everything is ok but the reality is that there could be moisture hidden within structural materials of the building, causing damage.
If your property is left wet at the core and the problem is masked rather than resolved then it could lead to further issues down the line, such as staining, mould growth, or even collapsing of ceilings and walls.
As part of the service, we provide a wide range of water damage related services including documenting the moisture content of materials, signing off of areas found dry, or advising on how to properly and safely dry those areas found to be wet.
Our Certificate of Dryness is undertaken by our water damage restoration and structural drying technicians who use equipment such as thermal imaging, ultrasound measurement devices and dew point calculators to provide a thorough and robust analysis of your property..
On completion of our assessment, a full written report of our survey will be provided, and where a property is deemed dry our technicians will issue an IICRC S500 Compliant Certificate of Dryness.
If you have experienced damp problems or even flooding in the past a Certificate of Dryness is added peace of mind to prove a problem has been resolved, especially if you are looking to sell the property.