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Water Restoration

When it comes to water damage, we often use restorative drying in addition to, or instead of, reconstruction as a method to bring the structure back to its original state.

The capabilities of restorative drying are largely unknown or misunderstood. In many cases, the use of advanced dehumidification processes can eliminate, or at least alleviate, the need for much of the reconstruction being undertaken.

Fast response is essential to mitigate water damage. The need for emergency services is apparent in today's growing mold happy world. Our radio-dispatched crews are equipped with powerful state of the art water extraction equipment, and the fastest dehumidification process on the market. Our fleet is constantly being updated with newer and better equipment as it becomes available on the market.


This is just a sample of equipment used for rapid removal of moisture, air cleaning and monitoring.

From left to right: Dritec desicant dehumidifier, Phoneix Air Scrubber, Phoenix Dehumidifier, DriEaz Dehumidifier,
Dri-Eaz Sahara Pro Turbo Dryer, Hydrosensor, Moisture Counter, Temperature and Humidity logger.

This equipment is capable of removing very large quantities of water from a structure very rapidly. If deployed soon enough, it can eliminate the need for costly remove and replace procedures.
With only the most current state of the art moisture detection equipment and monitoring devices, U S Catastrophe Inc. is able to know exactly when a structure is completely dry and allow for prompt removal of the drying equipment.

There are five major steps that water damage will take if not dealt with quickly and properly.

Without quick action, a simple restorative dry down will become an expensive major demolition (or abatement) and reconstruction job.

A quick basement cleanup after 3" of standing water.