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Picture165421At Capital Facility Services we use specialized monitors to determine which surfaces in your home are wet and how wet they are.  Often people only consider wet floors when they have suffered water damage but we can work out if your walls, ceiling and skirting boards etc have also been affected and ensure they are managed appropriately during the water damage drying and restoration process.  We use specialized equipment like moisture monitors to quickly and easily informs us of where the water damage issues are for each of our clients across Melbourne.

At Capital we also use infra red cameras to help us identify the cause of water damage and to investigate the spread of the water damage across your property. Check out these photos. The darker the area the more wet/moist the surface.
If your home or business has been affected by water damage then contact the team at Capital for assistance 24/7, anywhere across Melbourne.  Our technicians are IICRC certified and have extensive experience and sophisticated tools to diagnose your water damage issue and to restore flooded carpet, dry wet surfaces, cut out and remove any surfaces that cannot be restored. We can then organize for any building work to restore you home or business to the way it was before you were affected by water damage.

We can restore your water damaged carpet but can also remove and manage any mould issues you may have from water damage that was not managed fast enough or correctly.
It is important to remember that water damage can cause extensive damage if it if not managed properly and quickly. Call Capital on 1300 554 418 and we will make sure we help you out quickly and cost efficiently, no job in Melbourne is too big or too small.


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