High-pressure vacuum drying is a technique used by Rare Restoration & Cleaning to dry out floors, carpets, hard surfaces, and other hard to reach corners and voids. In the initial stages of restoring water-damaged homes, vacuums are commonly used equipment for water extraction and drying. Carpets are particularly hard to dry out after flooding problems but not with proper vacuuming. Industrial grade vacuums we use effectively push water out of the carpet and pump water away at the same time.
Specially designed vacuums for water damage repair don’t quite work in the same way as your average home vacuum cleaner. Available in different models and sizes, wet-dry vacuums used by professional water damage repair contractors are equipped with motors and electrical components that are separated from the collection chamber. This is why they are safe and effective in removing excess water from damaged areas.
Vacuums are extremely valuable equipment for water damage repair because of their:
Water damage restoration vacuums function as pumps as well as vacuums in moving large volumes of water away from the flooded property. There’s no need to manually empty the collection chamber when water fills. This types of vacuums may be heavy duty but usually light and easy enough to carry around the area to be restored.
Some vacuum models can be connected to multiple machines and hoses to make the drying process as fast and as thorough as possible. Depending on the amount of water that needs to be extracted, technicians may use dual 2-stage or 3-stage high-performance vacuum extractors for maximum suction.
Latest vacuum models are equipped with modern features like auto pump out, tethered top caps, built-in connectors, locking casters, non-marking wheels, and power cords, making them very easy to operate and allowing professionals to focus more instead on the job instead of having to fumble with glitchy equipment.
Water damage vacuuming equipment are heavy duty and specifically engineered to withstand the demanding requirements of any restoration job. They have the power to remove water by the gallons without rusting, cracking, or denting. Some models are portable and lightweight but can still handle the toughest water extraction work. Wet-dry vacuums are encased in tough material such as polyethylene so they don’t rust or dent easily.
You can call on Rare Restoration & Cleaning to handle your water damage problems. Our trained professionals have years of experience servicing Colorado homes and workplaces. We work with high-quality equipment and the most up to date techniques in restoring problem areas. But most importantly, In any restoration job we take on, safety precautions are often taken after initial assessment to accelerate the restoration process and minimize any further damage.
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