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After a water damage event, water removal services on their own may not be enough to remove all the moisture from your home. Time is of the utmost importance when it comes to drying out your home. The damage to your home can become more extensive the longer your property is wet, making it more difficult to fully restore it to its pre-damage state. We provide expert drying and dehumidification services with a combination of dehumidifiers and high-velocity air movers to remove moisture from the air of your home. Excess water can cause mold to grow and thrive and cause health problems for you and your family. GSCG technicians have the training and experience to identify moisture sources, evaluate mold growth (visible or suspected), contain damage, remove contamination, and dry materials to ensure that mold does not become an issue nor return if present.


We have learned, through many years of service, a lot about the appropriate way to dry out and dehumidify a home.

Our five-step process includes:


1.Inspect and Assess
Upon arrival, our certified technicians will inspect your home with state-of-the art instruments for water damage, identify the source, and outline the work required. Common sources can include leaks, plumbing issues, condensation, and improper ventilation.


2. Water Extraction
We extract water using various methods including absorbing, draining, pumping, vacuuming, or other specialized equipment methods.


3. Evaporation
We monitor moisture levels and strategically place industrial air movers to accelerate the evaporation of water in the home.


4. Dehumidification
Professional dehumidifiers are placed in the water damaged home to extract the moisture from the air and expedite the drying process. This process helps to prevent mold growth and further damage. It is critical to leave the equipment running at all times until the area is completely dry.


5. Monitoring
Our technicians take atmospheric and moisture content readings that indicate whether the area is drying, and what rate, and what adjustments, if any, need to be made to expedite the drying process and avoid excessive uncontrolled humidity levels

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