With a functioning restoration chain, relevant expertise and the requisite technical equipment water damage can be dried out in a way that causes zero or minimal destruction.
For this to succeed, it involves deploying technology specially developed for the specific floor or wall covering, operating on the principle of getting air to the structure that has been subjected to moisture. There are numerous drying methods – the mibag team ensures access to its own large collection of a huge variety of different drying appliances and systems. Whether the damage is minor or major.
An excerpt of the various drying appliances/methods:
- Condensing dehumidifier
- Adsorber dryer
- Turbines and side channel blowers
- Insulation drying equipment
- Infra-red drying technology
- Microwave drying technology
Depending on the type of damage, the business contact determines the most efficient approach together with the customer and/or the insurance provider.
You can find more information on drying methods in our Centre of Excellence.
The specialists in the mibag team take care of the requisite works in accordance with the ‘everything from a single source’ principle wherever possible, and work on every aspect of the restoration work.
Extract from the trades:
Bricklayer: Plastering services, masonry restoration, laying screed and restoring façades
Dry wall builder: Plasterboard ceilings, walls and wall linings
Tiler: Minor repairs, kitchen splashback surfaces through to floors and bathrooms, high-quality work that goes from start to finish
Painter: Painting including masking and prep work
Flooring fitter: Carpets, PVC, linoleum, prefabricated parquet, parquet installed on site or laminate
Joiner: Dismantling and reassembly as well as minor repairs
The correctly completed restoration work will be checked and inspected by all parties involved. Billing is issued separately for building restoration and restoration of contents. The scope of costs and services will be clarified in advance with the professionals from the insurance providers. Should the policyholder wish it, the services can be billed directly to the insurance provider.
If required, we will work on the restoration along with specialist companies as subcontractors.