Wet Document Restoration and Freeze Drying Services in Virginia
We are a the countries premier provider of document drying and restoration services and work extensively with the business community in Virginia to assist with repairing damaged documents. Emergency services from Alexandria to Norfolk, Farifax to Hampton and everywhere in between. Our experts have restored fine art, library collections, business, legal and medical records and have the experience and resources to handle any size document loss. Your documents will be cleaned and restored by some of the best technicians in the document restoration industry and we have thousands of satisfied customers and can provide referral letters for large loss or specialized document drying services. We offer a free consultation to overview your loss, develop and restoration plan and help you understand the entire process start to finish. We recognize the importance of minimizing business interruption, and can work directly with you or your insurance carrier.
One special service that most restoration companies don’t provide for customers is document drying. Document drying is the process of restoring documents such as medical records, birth certificates, and even personal documents that have been damaged by water. There are many ways to do this, such as freeze drying, state of the art drying and dehumidifying, treatment for mold, removal of excess acid, and even copying if the document cannot be fully restored. Rapid response time is a must when it comes to document restoration. The longer you wait, the longer the water has to damage your documents.
When a document is freeze dried, it means that it is frozen at a very fast rate to prevent the water from wreaking any further havoc on the material. It is then put in a chamber which thaws the document, and the moisture is taken out by a vacuum. Clamps are set on the paper so that no deformation or warping is done to the document. This has proven to be the most successful method of restoring documents that have been damaged by water.
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Air drying is another method that can be done if the document was not badly damaged. Talcum powder should be spread on the paper so that adherence does not occur. Dehumidification is also another technique that can be used. This includes placing the document in an enclosed area with a dehumidifier present, and talcum powder should be spread on this paper as well if you are dealing with more than one document.
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