RCS Moisture removal techniques
Pumping hot air into the walls to remove any moisture.
Injectidry removes moisture
Using an injectidry to get moisture out of the walls and cabinets.
Water Damaged Classroom in Plum, PA
Removing moisture from the walls.
Somematerials may be unsalvagable
Drying out the walls.
Debris from collapsed ceilings
Debris all over computers, desks and ground.
An Efficient Water Extraction by the expert RCS team
Extracting water from a hallway
Water Removal from Elementary School
Removing water from the hallway and stairwell.
Water and debris all over the tile floor
Ceiling tile and water debris.
Removal of all trapped moisture
Using a dehumidifier and air movers to dry-out the room.
Professional Grade Dehumidifers
Another room during the dry-out.
When the pipe burst, classrooms and hallways on the first floor were doused with water.
Water in hallway
Water made its way down the main stair wells, as well as through the walls and ceilings.
Water in stairwell
A lot of debris left behind
Water in the ceiling with collapsed ceiling tiles and debris in a classroom.
Each room was carefully inspected
Extracting water in another classroom.
The First floor ceilings in this Plum, PA Elemtary school caved in due to extensive water damage.
Missing ceiling tile with sprinkler exposed.
Puddles of water were all around
Puddle of water
Trashed Classroom due to Water Damage
Water and ceiling debris in a classroom.
There were still puddles of water all around when RCS got there
Layer of water on the ground.
Time for Clean Up
Starting the clean up process
Water Damaged Learning Materials
Water dripping down from the ceiling.
Debris left behind, Plum, PA
Broken tile and water
RCS worked diligently to remove all the damaged material and broken ceiling
Water and broken tiles
An Extractor helps to remove water
Sucking up the water with an extractor.
A job well done by RCS in Plum, PA
Room after the water was extracted.