Category Archives: Wet Wall Drying

How to Dry Furniture After a Flood

A flood can always happen when you least expect it. In order to preserve your property and belongings, the key is to act quickly in removing and drying everything inside….

Can a Drywall be Saved After a Flood?

The most common material for interior walls and ceilings in the US is drywall. Drywall is composed of a gypsum center that is surrounded by two paper-based sheets on both…

Moisture in Basements – Causes and Solutions

Increased humidity in the basement can become a huge problem for homeowners, who live in a humid climate. In most cases, moisture accumulates because of poorly-designed basement waterproofing and inefficient…

Drying Walls After Water Damage

Walls can get wet from a number of ways including broken pipes or mother nature herself. It’s easy to toss out furniture but when it comes to the wall, that’s…

Drying Wet Walls, Water Damage, Flooded Basement Cleanup

Drying wet walls after a Flood There are many ways to dry a wet wall. Most methods aim at saving a wall that has sustained water damage from a limited…

Wet Wall Drying

Wet Wall Drying, Drying Water Damaged Walls, Acton Concord Sudbury Harvard MA

Wet Wall Drying By Clay King ¬†AAA Flood Drying Drying walls that have sustained dampness from a water damage situation is part science and part art. There are many methods…