These are the things we focus on in common water loss.
Preventing mold growth: Water damage can create the ideal conditions for mold growth, which can be hazardous to human health. Water loss mitigation aims to prevent mold growth by removing water and moisture as quickly as possible.
Limiting property damage: Water can cause significant damage to building materials, furnishings, and other contents. Water loss mitigation aims to limit this damage by removing water and moisture before it has a chance to corrode or warp surfaces.
Preventing electrical hazards: Water can create electrical hazards by causing shorts and other problems with electrical systems. Water loss mitigation aims to prevent these hazards by shutting off power to affected areas and taking other necessary precautions.
Minimizing odors: Water damage can leave behind unpleasant odors that can be difficult to remove. Water loss mitigation aims to minimize these odors by removing water and moisture and using odor counteractants to neutralize any remaining odors.
Facilitating restoration: Water loss mitigation can help to facilitate the restoration process by removing water and moisture, preparing surfaces for further cleaning and restoration, and providing a safe and healthy environment for restoration work.
Overall, water loss mitigation is a critical step in the restoration of buildings and contents damaged by water. It aims to prevent mold growth, limit property damage, prevent electrical hazards, minimize odors, and facilitate the restoration process.