Air Movers – Air movers are used in water damage for high volume air movement across a wet surface, particularly carpet to facilitate the drying process.

Air Scrubber – Air scrubbers are portable filtration systems that remove particles, gasses, and/or chemicals from the air within a given area. These machines draw air in from the surrounding environment and pass it through a series of filters to remove contaminants.

Anti-Microbial / Germicide – Anti-Microbial/Germicide inhibits the growth or existence of an organism. It has the ability to stop, limit or control the growth of fungi, bacteria and other organisms.

Certified Microbial Remediation Supervisor –  Supervisors who conduct microbial remediation and microbial removal projects in the indoor environment. A CMRS can design and maintain effective containments, and can control pressure relationships during a project. A CMRS can safely clean, treat or remove structures and contents affected by microbial contamination. A CMRS can also design remediation protocols or follow established protocols and industry standard.

Chemical Sponges – Chemical sponges are specifically designed to remove dry and wet fire soot from surfaces prior to them being cleaned.

Containment – Containment is generally used in mold remediation in order to limit the release of mold into the air and to prevent cross contamination.

Dehumidifiers – Dehumidifiers are equipment used to remove evaporated moisture from the air.

Desiccant Dehumidifier – Desiccant Dehumidifiers are used to remove high levels of moisture.

HEPA Filter –  High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters are types of air filters. Filters meeting the HEPA standard have many applications, including use in medical facilities, automobiles, aircraft and homes. To qualify for the standards of efficiency set by the United States Department of Energy, an air filter must remove 99.97% of all particles greater than 0.3 micrometer from the air that passes through.

Injectidry Systems – Injectidry systems are trapped moisture, ventilating systems which use a series of hoses that are placed inside small holes drilled into affected area. They are then connected to a main line providing air.

Moisture Meter – Moisture meters detect the location of moisture in an area.

Negative Air – Negative air is an air pressure system that creates a vacuum in an area to draw in the walls, which is then linked to an air filtration system. Anything floating in the air gets drawn into the system and filtered out.

Ozone Treatment – Ozone treatments are used to destroy bacteria by oxidation. Ozone contains three atoms of oxygen instead of two atoms that we normally breathe. By filtering the air and adding the additional atom, it destroys bacteria, odor etc. Once it is turned off, it reverts back to regular oxygen we breathe. PLEASE NOTE : It is not advised to remain in your home/property while an ozone machine is running.

Personal Protective Equipment / Respirators – Personal protective equipment and respirators are used to protect our technicians from injury.

Smoke & Odor Control – Smoke and odor is controlled by using specialized machines to return air quality to its natural state.

Thermal Fogging – Thermal fogging uses heat to produce a smoke like fog that naturally follows the path of smoke and produces an enzyme to eliminate odors.

Thermo-Hygrometer –Thermal hygrometers are used to measure air temperature and humidity allowing the technician to calculate the correct formula to establish a balanced drying system.

Thermal Imaging – Thermal imaging equipment is used to determine temperature change in building materials. An example would be moisture evaporating in sheet rock.

Ultrasonic Sound Waves Treatment – An ultrasonic sound waves treatment uses a machine that uses sound waves in the cleaning process.

Water Extractor Equipment – Water extractor equipment is used to contain migrating water and remove water from property.