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7 Types of Equipment Used for Large Loss Restoration

At Sasser Restoration, we’ve seen some of the most catastrophic disasters and the trail of devastation they can leave in their wake. From floods and fires to hurricanes and snow storms, natural disasters can be crippling to businesses. Not only do severe thunderstorms leave a trail of destruction but so can microbial growth, bio-hazards and toxic contamination.

When you’re approaching a large loss like the ones mentioned above, the restoration and clean-up require specialized equipment to efficiently and effectively restore a property after a disaster. With a warehouse full of industry-leading equipment, specialized clean rooms and a methodical cleaning process, Sasser Restoration is proud to only use the highest quality equipment on each job. 

Each job requires different amounts, sizes and levels of equipment, but here is what you need to know about seven of the essential pieces of equipment Sasser Restoration uses in large loss restoration:

  1. Water Extraction Equipment

Water extraction equipment is essential when dealing with large water losses. This equipment is used to quickly remove standing water from the property. It includes powerful pumps, vacuums, and dehumidifiers that can extract water from carpets, walls, and other surfaces.

  1. Air Movers: 

Air movers are high-powered fans that circulate air throughout the property to speed up the drying process. They are particularly effective in drying out carpets, hardwood floors, and walls.

  1. Dehumidifiers: 

Using a dehumidifier in a large loss restoration project can help to remove excess moisture from the air and prevent mold growth. They come in different sizes and types depending on the size and scope of the restoration project.

  1. Moisture Detection Tools: 

Moisture detection tools such as moisture meters and infrared cameras are used to detect hidden moisture in the walls, ceilings, and floors. This helps to ensure that all affected areas are properly addressed during the restoration process. Want to learn more about moisture detection and how to determine a dry standard? Check out this blog for more insight. 

  1. Odor Control Equipment: 

You know when you can walk into a room and smell smoke or mold? Odor control equipment helps remove these odors on large losses. It includes air scrubbers, ozone machines, and thermal foggers that can neutralize odors and improve indoor air quality. This equipment is used to eliminate unpleasant odors caused by water damage, smoke, mold or other elements.

  1. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): 

PPE such as respirators, gloves, and safety glasses are essential to protect restoration workers from hazardous materials and contaminants during the restoration process. At Sasser, we value the health and safety of not only our clients but also our employees. Our Safety & Transportation Manager helps to ensure that all staff are properly trained and safe at all times on the job site. 

  1. Specialty Cleaning Equipment: 

Specialty cleaning equipment includes specialized equipment used to clean and restore specific types of surfaces such as carpet extractors, pressure washers, and dry ice blasting machines. Our qualified project managers evaluate each job and know what types of specialty cleaning equipment will be necessary in order to properly restore the building. 

As a large loss restoration company, Sasser Restoration uses this equipment and other industry-leading technologies to quickly and effectively restore properties after a disaster. Our equipment is meticulously maintained and ready at a moment’s notice to respond to any disaster. Clients trust us to get the job done right the first time— having the right tools in-house allows for premium service and execution. 

Additionally, Sasser also has an extensive, unmarked rental inventory for firms and businesses self-executing mitigation work. You can learn more about our rental equipment by contacting our team 24/7 at (844) 449-1144. 

By having access to the right equipment 24/7, Sasser Restoration can minimize damage, reduce downtime, and ensure that the property is restored to its pre-loss condition as quickly as possible.