Flood Restoration


Flood and water damage restoration

With climate change continually threatening the world, it is not far for stronger natural calamities to hit the land. One of the most frequent is floods, which can destroy everything and anything in residential and commercial properties. In fact, there is always a chance that some things can be permanently damaged like all non-water proofed items and even concrete structures—depending heavily on the strength of water flow. On top of that, water damaged properties can appear dirty and hopeless. With the right process, these things can get back to pre-loss conditions, though.

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Restoration of flood damaged items can be classified according to the intensity of the harm.

Class 1: Minimal amount of moisture in an area or room

One of the easiest to restore in a water damage situation is the class one (1) flood affected areas or rooms. To restore the area to its original look, the water should be removed through extraction or any means that the flood restoration service provider has. Once the water is removed, all items that can still be restored will be dried with the use of appropriate materials and devices that the industry allows. In the case of the area or room, a device that will dry the area will be used and left until everything is dried out. In most cases, it will be left for up to 24 hours and inspected. If the moisture is gone and everything is back to its original state, the restoration team will place everything back to their original locations in the room.

Class 2: Large amount of moisture, affecting some materials of the structure

The class 2 flood damage can be described as one to permeate the plywood, concrete, and particleboards. In this type of damage, the restoration team will have to work on saving everything that can still be saved from the water while the rest of the team extract the water out of the area. Cleaning will entail as soon as water is taken off the area and then drying will follow. Unlike with class 1 damage, this class will need a longer time to dry out due to the large amount of water that came gushing in. Structural materials need to dry out first so there is a need to leave the drying device of the service provider. This is going to take time and requires inspection every 24 hours. Once dry, the room is back to its original form.

Class 3: Saturated the entire area

Drying a fully saturated area will require more time, depending on the drying device that the company has. In most cases, this will require industrial grade drying devices and a longer amount of curing time.

Class 4: Saturated low porosity materials

Type 4 scenarios include completely saturated areas which even saturated those low porosity structural materials that are not limited to concrete, plaster, bricks and stones. This requires special drying conditions, which can last longer than any of the water damaged classes.


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Whichever of these has happened, MCA Group will be the best name to trust.


We will help you restore all your items the best we can in a cost effective way. Our team of cleaners is proficient, and if you’re looking for a reliable and trusted company in Toronto, we will provide you with all the information required to get your commercial space up and running.