Our Specialized Equipment


Thermal Imaging Camera

Used to detect surface temperature differences and do not directly detect moisture or measure through materials. This produces a thermal image of a material that can provide rapid identification of potentially moist areas by indicating temperature differences at the surface of materials. Areas identified with the cameral as suspect for being wet are further verified by utilizing a handheld moisture meter.

Centrifugal Air Mover

This is the workhorse of the water damage restoration industry. Used to direct airflow at or across wet materials, to accelerate evaporation, to provide ventilation, or create air pressure differential between two area. They have various airflow and static pressure capabilities.

Air Treatment Equipment

Designed to alter or remove airborne contaminants, classified as particulates or gases. Particulates are solids and can be organic (mold, pollen, bacteria, and viruses), or inorganic (asbestos, mineral dusts, soot and ash). Some gases can be the byproduct of biological activity, combustion, or material off gassing. When the cause of odors (contaminants) or the perception of odors cannot be eliminated by physical removal of the source, alternate methods can be considered (filtration, ozone, pairing agents, dilution).

Dehumidification Equipment

Dehumidification is the process of removing moisture from air. In closed-drying systems, dehumidification is essential for removing evaporated moisture from air to promote drying and minimize or prevent secondary damage. Low-Grain Refrigerant (LGR) Dehumidifiers provide for greater operating temperature ranges and greater moisture removal capacity.

Heat Drying Systems

Heat drying systems involve drying materials by circulating heated air throughout the affected areas with the moisture laden air evacuated by either mechanical dehumidification or exhausted to the outdoor environment. Heating air lowers the relative humidity and provides energy to accelerate evaporation of moisture from materials.