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Damage to a building by water can be caused by anything from a leaky radiator to a major flood. It's not just the water itself that causes problems, but risks from mould, mildew and bacteria, which can thrive in damp conditions.

Flood water is potentially the worst to deal with. Raw sewage can carry extremely dangerous bacteria and viral infections. The aftermath of a fire can also cause problems as the water used by firefighters will often leave the premises in need of drying.

To return the premises to a safe condition requires thorough cleaning and drying out by specialists. Drying out property and contents has to be done carefully. If the process isn't properly controlled, it will create excess humidity, which can spread the moisture to other areas, increasing the risk of mildew and other damage.

After working in this industry for over 30 years, the DRYRIGHT directors have developed a highly specialised approach in dealing with damage caused by fire and flood. Our services include the following steps:

Investigation
We carry out a full survey of the premises, inspecting and recording the damage with digital still and video cameras, and a range of technology including Protimeters, infra-red thermography and the BIORIGHT Plus ATP device, which tests for contamination from mould, protein and bacteria.

Report
The results of our survey are compiled into a comprehensive report, including all the relevant measurements EG relative humidity and microbial readings, with supporting photographs and thermal images. The report includes an assessment of the condition of stock and equipment and any pre-existing circumstances which might affect liability under insurance and compensation claims.

Plan
Depending on the various factors highlighted in the report, we formulate and document a drying plan. This details the equipment and techniques to be used (including our own Positive Pressure Moisture Displacement System), the duration of treatment, how progress will be monitored, the expected condition of the premises after drying, and, of course, full costings.

Implementation
Once the plan is approved, we will install the equipment and carry out the treatment. Careful monitoring is necessary to make sure that drying takes place at the optimum rate without causing side effects and to check when the process is successfully completed.

Final Survey
At this point, we make a final survey to confirm the expected results have been achieved and that no residual problems remain. The results of the survey with supporting documentation are presented to our client.

The Positive Pressure Moisture Displacement System (PPMDS) is only available through DRYRIGHT and our associate companies.

All our technicians are extensively trained and BDMA accredited.

All projects are overseen by one of our directors.



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