Emergency Tear Down to Locate The Water Problem
When racing against time to resolve a flood disaster that is still ongoing, it is common practice to tear open drywall and floors to expose plumbing, insulation and all content inside the wall in order to determine the cause of the ongoing water. It is also common practice to remove entire sections of insulation and drywall due to the fact that moisture spreads quickly. The common assumption is if there was standing water in the room, tear down the room completely to the beams and rebuild. This is a quick and easy way to eliminate any potential mould or long term problems from arising. Unfortunately, the costs to repair the job afterwards are far higher.