Disaster Link has the trusted experience combined with state-of-the-art equipment needed to treat primary and secondary water damage. It’s important to address water intrusion quickly because remedy becomes increasingly difficult if neglected. Additionally, mold can occur due to delayed response, insufficient drying, and improper monitoring. Save yourself from additional damage and contact Disaster Link right away.
Clean water originated from the source that does not pose substantial harm to humans. Examples include: broken water supply lines, melting ice or snow, falling rainwater, broken toilet tanks and toilet bowls that do not contain contaminants or additives. Clean water may deteriorate as it dissolves or mixes with soils and other contaminants, and as time elapses.
Gray water contains a significant level of contamination and has the potential to cause discomfort or sickness if consumed by or exposed to humans. Gray water may contain chemicals, bio-contaminants (fungal, bacterial, viral, algae) or other contaminants. Examples include: discharge from dishwashers or washing machines, over flows from washing machines, hydrostatic pressure, broken aquariums, and punctured water beds. Gray water that remains untreated for longer than 48 hours may escalate to Level 3.
Black water contains pathogenic agents and is grossly unsanitary. Anyone with compromised immune systems, respiratory problems or allergies, plus young children and the elderly must remain off the jobsite until the building is judged safe for occupancy. Black water includes sewage and other contaminated water sources entering or affecting the indoor environment – including toilet backflows and all forms of flooding from seawater, ground surface water, and rising river water. Level 3 water can contain contaminants such as pesticides, heavy metals or toxic substances.
Disaster Link offers 24 hour emergency response, so contact us immediately upon water intrusion.
Our highly trained and skilled technicians arrive quickly to examine the site/damage. We use moisture detection equipment to accurately identify all of the saturated areas and determine the most efficient method of treatment.
There is no “one size fits all,” and the type of equipment we use to dry the area depends on the nature and severity of the damage. Our state-of-the-art equipment combined with our expertise makes the drying process efficient and economical.
The drying process is monitored daily remotely and on-site. You receive a detailed plan of the monitoring process depending on the scope of damage. Once the area is thoroughly dried, we start the process of reconstruction as needed.
Every aspect of the remediation process is accurately documented and provided for your records.