Timber Floor Drying

To minimise the damage, water removal must happen quickly. When a flooding emergency occurs, you need expert help – and you need it fast. In situations like these faster action is taken, the less damage is caused and the easier the restoration process.

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THE WATER DAMAGE NETWORK RESTORES BUILDINGS BY UTILISING SPECIALISED STRUCTURAL DRYING TECHNIQUES.

We’re well-equipped.

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Using the latest European technology the Water Damage Network prides itself on being able to save the timber floors that other restorers/ builders would rather rip out and demolish.Our method is proven to not only be more cost effective, but save our clients a lot of the unnecessary disturbance which comes with replacement and demolition. Our team has the knowledge and expertise to work on all kinds and species of timber flooring and our commitment and passion is second to none.

•Water Extraction Equipment
•State of the Art Moisture
Detection
•Specialised containmentsystems
•Drymatics’ Specialised Heat
Drying Equipment
•LGR Dehumidifiers
•Air movers

we make the process simple

How we do it:

1 Cause of damage is contained.
2 Excess water is removed from the wet timber floor.
3 Moisture levels are checked,recorded and monitored.
4 Flooring is assessed by members of the Australian Timber Flooring Association (ATFA) to determine if the flooring can be salvaged or not.
5 If Salvageable Specialist Drying Equipment is installed which includes utilising the latestEuropean Heat Drying systems created by DBKs Drymatic.
6 We will monitor the entire process until the flooring is dry; once dry we are also able toassist with the re sanding and polishing of the floor back to its original glory.

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our team

Our team will meet with you onsite and discuss a tailored restoration plan to suit your personal or commercial needs. No appointment is too big or too small. Our services cater to the individual needs of each customer, ensuring 100% satisfaction and restoration.

atfa

The Australasian Timber Flooring Association (ATFA) is the peak body for timber floors and the timber flooring industry throughout Australia and New Zealand.