As a licensed contractor with over 30 years of experience, we’re available 24/7 to get you back into your home or business after damage from storms, water, wind, or fire.
The TOWNSEND RESTORATION TEAM responds quickly in all situations with immediate attention to water damage crucial to avoiding mold and mildew. The videos below explain the steps that we take to mitigate the effects of leakage. We start with water extraction, then choose the best method of drying for your home such as heat drying, dehumidification, or air injection. With any of these methods, along with air movement, we can get your hardwood floors, carpet, walls, and many other materials inside your home back to their original condition.
When a gallon of water is spilled on your carpet, it damages your carpet, and the pad, and subfloor underneath. Moisture from each of these levels introduces the potential for mold and mildew.
Professional carpet drying involves several steps. We extract 90% of the water and then implement air movement and dehumidification.
Our injected dry floor systems dry the hardwood and push air under the wood which draws out moisture from the grooves and joints in the panels in a comprehensive drying process.
We use a specialized type of equipment to move air across wet surfaces. This technology helps us effectively dry carpets, subfloors, ceilings, and drywall.
Our powerful and portable heat drying systems allow us to bring high heat and high pressure into your home to dry floors, carpet, under cabinets, and small, hard to reach areas. We can also dry walls and insulation behind them, usually without having to remove it.