Wet Document Restoration and Freeze Drying Services in Maryland
Have you suffered a catastrophe at your home or business and are your documents now in a state of ruin? Count on our team to help repair and restore wet documents, smoke damaged documents from fire’s, flooding, storm damage disasters. Whether your loss was in Annapolis, Baltimore, Hagerstown, Potomac, Silver Springs or anywhere in Maryland we have the resources and techs to help restore your documents from any type of disaster. Call us day or night, 877-348-2299 for a free phone consultation.
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The Document Restoration Pros can restore medical records, x-rays, court and law records, photographs, books, etc. If you have recently undergone flooding damage to your property, chances are your home was probably not the only thing that underwent water damage. Most people don’t realize that after documents have been damaged by water they can still be salvaged. If you call the right document restoration contractor in a good amount of time, there is a great chance that your documents can be restored and looking as good as new. Water damage to your documents can leave them sopping wet, crinkled, and may even leave ink bleeding off of the paper. Whether it is a large or small amount, or if they are photographs, medical records, important family documents, or even books, the Document Restoration Pros can take care of it. If you wait a while to call, the more susceptible your paper materials are to the after effects of mold. There are different methods of drying that are used for different cases of document drying. For example, if a hospital needed boxes full of documents that were extremely damaged dried out, the best process to use would be freeze drying. Alongside freeze drying is vacuum thermal drying, dehumidification, and even air drying.
Rapid response time is a must to salvage your paper materials. The quicker we get them into our facility, the much better chance you have of your documents being returned to you in pre-loss condition. Freeze drying is the process of putting paper materials into a secluded air tight chamber and freezing the documents so that no water is left stagnant. From there, they are placed into another chamber where they are thawed. As these documents are thawing, a vacuum begins removing all excess condensation from the documents. This is the most widely used method of document restoration and it is proven most effective.
Vacuum thermal drying is like freeze drying, except the documents are warmed with hot air instead of frozen. This is recommended for documents that have no coating present. As they are being dried, a vacuum is also present to remove any excess moisture from the chamber. This is deemed the most cost efficient process, and is best for customers that would like a process done for a good price. De-humidification is the process of leaving the documents in an enclosed space with the dehumidifier as well as fans to circulate the air. This is best used for documents that are just damp.
Call the Document Restoration Pros for any of your needs in restoring your precious documents!
Count on us to dry and restore your valuable documents, medical records, legal papers, records and books anywhere in the state of Maryland
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Providing Emergency Services For Wet or Damaged Documents In These Maryland Communities
Annapolis, Aspen Hill, Baltimore, Bel Air South, Bethesda, Bowie, Carney, Catonsville, Chillum, Clinton, College Park, Columbia, Crofton, Dundalk, Edgewood, Eldersburg, Ellicott City, Essex, Frederick, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Glen Burnie, Hagerstown, Laurel, Lochearn, Middle River, Milford Mill, Montgomery Village, North Bethesda, Odenton, Olney, Owings Mills, Parkville, Perry Hall, Pikesville, Potomac, Randallstown, Reisterstown, Rockville, Salisbury, Severn, Severna Park, Silver Spring, South Laurel, Suitland, Towson, Waldorf, Wheaton, Woodlawn