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Information about Water Damage Restoration What is water damage restoration all about? Everyone knows that when your home has water damage, it is really a big problem and it would need a lot of work. Water damage restoration is the process in restoring and fixing a home after it has been damaged by water like after a flood,water overflow and other damages that are caused by water. There are several key procedures that you need to know about the water damage restoration process: loss assessment, categorizing water based on the water source’s contamination levels, drying and decontaminating the structure and its contents, monitoring the process, and completion. Before doing any restorations in a house, they must first evaluate the house so they would know what response would they take and do. For example, if you were considering buying a classic car, you would want to know exactly what you are dealing with and what are the parts that needs restoration. The technicians must really understand and know how to deal with water damage.Insurance companies are also involved in the restoration of houses that was caused by water damage. The technician should not only know what was damaged and what actions to take, they should also inspect everything properly and make a documentation about it and should give you an estimate on the restoration process. It is important that they find and know the source of the damage so they could do the restoration. As part of the assessment, water is categorized based on the contamination levels and it has three levels. For example, when there is water damage from a clean source like an overflowing sink it is easier to deal and fix it rather than dealing with a water source that has raw sewage.
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Here are the three categories:
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A.Category 1 This category has water that comes from clean water sources in pipes, sinks and toilet bowls that has no urine or feces. B. Category 2 This deals with water with minimal contaminants like water that comes from washing machines, dishwashers or a toilet with urine but does not have feces. Category 3 This deals with water that is really contaminated and can cause illness and death if the water is consumed. Waters that are in the sewage, water from a toilet bowl containing feces, floodwaters from rivers, and standing water with microbial growth are some examples that belong in category three. Even if the water is clean and sanitary it could easily be contaminated and be part of category 2 or 3. Water damage does not just affect the damaged area but also the things inside the home.