Wet Document Restoration and Freeze Drying Services in North Carolina
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 Charlotte, Durham, Raleigh or anywhere in North Carolina 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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After dealing with sever water damage to your property, you also may have lost your precious documents, photographs, or even medical records. Whether you have a large or small amount of paper material, the Document Restoration Pros can take care of it. When it comes to damaged materials due to water, it does not matter whether you are a residential homeowner or a commercial property owner. There are many ways to take care of wet and damaged articles of paper, such as dehumidification, freeze drying, and even vacuum thermal drying. All of these processes depend on how many documents you have that have been affected, and how long they have been wet. The Document Restoration Pros can restore medical records, x-rays, court and law records, photographs, books, etc.
Rapid response time is the key to salvaging all of your documents, because the longer you wait, the less chance you have of saving all of your materials. Mold may even begin to grow and your materials will disintegrate at a faster pace. When dealing with a large number of materials, the go to process would be freeze drying. This has proven to be the most efficient method of restoring documents. First, the documents are put into a chamber and frozen at a very fast rate at very low temperature. After they have been frozen, they are inspected and the next plan of action is set up. They are then placed in another chamber to be thawed, and all of the excess moisture is removed as they are thawing out. This process can also work for small amounts of materials as well.
Vacuum thermal drying is almost the same, except that the materials are not frozen. They are dried at warmer temperatures and are usually recommended for materials with no coating. This is also considered the most cost efficient process for customers. Dehumidification is the process of leaving your materials in an enclosed space with dehumidifiers and fans that will circulate the air. This is recommended for documents that are only damp and have not sustained much damage from the water.
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Providing Emergency Services For Wet or Damaged Documents In These North Carolina Communities
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