Flood Specialists, Inc.

[ Emergency Disaster Restoration Company ]

Water Removal and Drying

You can count on us to quickly restore your property to pre-loss condition or better because we have vast knowledge, experience and use the most effective equipment and techniques in the industry.

Whether your water damage situation is larger or small, water extraction must be executed promptly and very thoroughly in order to prevent more severe problems from surfacing in the future, such as mold. The key to effective water removal is to start quickly and dry completely - not just carpet and wall surfaces - but also framing, insulation, sub-flooring and other structural components behind the scenes.

Flood Specialists uses moisture meters and infrared thermal imaging cameras to assess the degree of water penetration both at the surface and in the core of the structure. Based on the results of that assessment, our technicians then apply a variety of techniques and equipment to ensure complete drying with refrigerant dehumidifiers for smaller jobs, desiccant dehumidifiers for larger projects, Thermal Energy System for 1-day drying.

Water Damage Services

  • Water Removal & ExtractionWater removal/extraction
  • DryingDrying all wet objects
  • Water Damage Repair & RestorationWater damage repair/restoration
  • DehumidificationDehumidify wet areas
  • Thermal DryingThermal drying

Helpful Tips Until Help Arrives


  • Water DamageRemove as much excess water as possible by mopping and blotting
  • Water Damage RepairWipe excess water from wood furniture after removal of lamps and tabletop items
  • Water Damaged FloorsGather loose items, toys, etc. from floors
  • Water Damaged UpholsteryRemove and prop up wet upholstery and pillow cushions for even drying
  • Water Damage FurniturePlace aluminum foil or wood blocks between furniture legs and wet carpeting
  • Water Damage DryingTurn air conditioning on for maximum drying in summer
  • Water ExtractionRemove Oriental rugs or other colored rugs from wet wall-to-wall carpeting
  • Water Damaged PaintingMove valuable paintings and art objects to a safe, dry place
  • Water Damaged BooksFreeze valuable books and documents to retard mildew growth until drying can be performed


Helpful water damage tips: What not to do
  • Water Damaged FabricLeave wet fabrics in place; dry as soon as possible. Hang furs and leather goods to dry separately at room temperature.
  • Water Damaged BooksLeave books, magazines or other colored items on wet carpets or floors
  • Water ExtractionUse your household vacuum to remove water
  • Water Damage AppliancesUse TVs or other household appliances while standing on wet carpets, floors or wet concrete floors
  • Water Damage CeilingTurn on ceiling fixtures if ceiling is wet; be sure to keep out of rooms where ceilings are sagging from retaining water.

"My Family has had the good (or bad) fortune of having to use the Flood Specialists, Inc. team many times throughout the years. But the bottom line is if you want or need their services you will receive a team that is: responsive, kind, professional, knowledgeable, thorough, trustworthy and, well, just nice guys."

-- Beth England, Chicago, IL

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