The Drymatic II we found works great in those tight spots especially drying subfloors!
Completing the requested make safe at this property, Drymatic Boost Boxes & Drymatic Mats were installed for 1 week. While the drying process was underway the Restorers scoped & won the whole drying job! Week 2 a Drymatic II was installed on the ground level of this property along with additional Boost Boxes & Drymatic Mats.Read More
Technicians Chris Honeymoon and Rebecca Ferris headed up a water damage restoration job for the Water Damage Network in Brisbane.
Their technicians are all highly-trained in flood restoration services by the Australian Cleaning and Restoration Academy. The team are highly experienced in structural drying and water damage restoration equipment.Read More
Daniel Jungfleisch from ULTRAKETO floor cleaning solutions was contacted by the insurance company to attend a flooded Property. Water burst from a broken hose that is connected to the washing machine to the wall at the middle of the night. The client who’s still sleeping at that moment was unaware of the water leakage from the laundry room into the Tasmanian Oak floor to the hallway. The water spreads to the lounge room through carpeted family rooms and then into a smaller hallway through three bedrooms and the master bedroom with the walk in wardrobe. It was until the morning that the client knew what happened and so decided to get some help. Initially, Daniel extracted the water by placing drying equipment on the affected areas. Using three dehumidifiers and three air movers he let three bedrooms, one family room, and the master bedroom with the walk in wardrobe dries for three days.Read More
Dan Clifton from Steamatic Australia was contacted for a structural drying of property in East Brisbane. A leakage from the water dispenser on the kitchen island bench flooded the Property. The water flooded the kitchen, spreading to the dining area up to the living area. The 130 mm wide by 19 mm thickly spotted gum on pine battens on a concrete slab was being affected by the leakage.Read More
Josh Graham from Advanced Cleaning & Restoration, SA was called to attend a flooded property in Adelaide. Josh initially arrived at the property one month after the initial water event in which the home had water running for at least six days due to a burst pipe. At the property, the kitchen cupboards and benchtop was removed due to mould contamination. However, Josh had to dry the framework.Read More
Jonathan Kops from Spruce Up Your Home attended a flooding event where a dislodged roof tile and down into a brick cavity of a stairwell. This water then travelled along a steel girder at the base of the second story and entered into the internal structure damaging an MDF board connecting the internal first story structure to the second story structure. Water also travelled into the cavity of a second story neighbouring bedroom and leaked under the wall onto the carpet and MDF skirting board mouldings all of which required structural drying and mould remediation.Read More
The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO) today called on the Australian Government to legislate to set a maximum payment time for big businesses to pay their small business suppliers. The ASBFEO today released findings from its Inquiry into Payment Times and Practices in Australia. The Inquiry found widespread evidence of a growing trend for Australian and multinational companies to delay and extend payments to their suppliers with typical payment times of 30 days moving out to 45, 60, 90 or 120 days.Read More