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Structural Drying & Dehumidification

Structural drying and dehumidification for Unlimited Restoration is both a science and an art. The science is based on all of the variable present in any given loss. The category of water and type of construction, from walls, to ceiling and flooring finishes may require different strategies. The various drying strategies available also require an understanding of the science behind the evaporation process – not just an understanding of the tools.”

The art is the experience and knowhow of the technicians who use the tools to put the science to work.  The best drying strategy is based on combining the art of experience with the science based variables of the particular situation at hand.  In addition, URI technicians are mold experts who monitor and manage moisture conditions to virtually eliminate the possibility for mold growth after the completion of a drying project.

When it comes to equipment, Unlimited Restoration’s arsenal is second to none. From small dehumidifiers, to custom built, 25K CFM trailer mounted self-contained dessicant units, URI has it all.  Equipment is strategically located throughout the URI network and is portable to allow project managers to enlist what is necessary for the situation at hand.  Having the right equipment available can save significant time and cost from the smallest pipe leak to a major industrial fire response.

TESTIMONIALS

“Our business interruption was kept to a minimum, which we really appreciate. In the years that I have done business with your company, I have had nothing but great results.” 
STAN PAWLOSKI,
GENERAL MANAGER, CSK MANAGEMENT, INC.
“Your response time was excellent and the way you worked with our team can be described as second to none. A fire is a traumatic experience to anyone and to have your company as a support in helping us recover was very comforting and helpful.”
DUANE BERGEY,
VICE PRESIDENT, TIRE OPERATIONS, BERGEY, INC.
“With so many buildings having lost some or all of their roof systems, the immediate threat was water damage to the buildings’ interiors and contents. Without immediate action there was a real possibility that a large portion of these buildings would be lost to mold
FREIDA HILL, CHANCELOR,
ALABAMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM