In New England, From NH to MA, ME and VT Trust the Water Removal, Extraction, Drying and Dryout Company the Fortune 500 Trust Most!
Water damage is no joke, the cost of getting the removal, extraction and dryout service wrong can be catastrophic, ensure you don’t become a statistic, call Peniel!
Water extraction and removal including the drying and dehumidification process can mean everything to your commercial or residential property and the final outcome of your water damage repair project, and when it comes to the restoration process for your NH, MA, VT, or ME home or commercial property, Peniel has you covered!
Check out our service area by state with regards to water extraction, removal and dryout services
We offer water removal, water extraction, water drying and dehumidification services throughout NH, MA, Southern ME and Southern VT, for the following types of damages browse our list
Water Damage Cleanup
Sewage backup repair
Frozen pipe repair
Water damage repair from burst and frozen pipes
Flood damage repair
Leaky roof water damage repair
Toilet overflow damage
Water penetration from storm damage
Ice dam water damage
Ice maker leaks
Freezer water damage
Commercial water mitigation
Broken sewage lines
Fire suppression damage
Well pump equipment
Industrial AC leaks
Rooftop AC leaks
Air conditioning leaks
Holding tank leaks
Floor drain backups
Trusted by Fortune 500 corporate clients and local residents alike throughout the states of NH, MA, VT, ME to provide a high level of service for over a decade. Like the Fortune 500, you too can trust, that from the initial estimate, to the water extraction and removal service, to the water drying, and right on through the water damage restoration process that when Peniel finishes the project, you can feel safe and comfortable that your home or commercial business is ready to get back to normal, and that everyone will be safe!
Understanding the Water Extraction, Water Removal and Water Drying & Dryout Process is Important When Contracting Water Damage Repair Services
Many water extraction, removal and dryout companies take shortcuts when performing their services, it’s critical you understand what you need, and it’s essential that you find a water damage restoration company with a strong reputation that ensures you get it! When a water damage incident occurs you need to utilize both extraction and removal technology as well as drying and dehumidification technology. Much of the damage that is inflicted will be hidden, behind walls, under cabinets, and even in insulation, making sure the process addresses what you can’t see as much as what you can is absolutely critical!
“The two gentlemen who came to work on our attic were very thorough, but what surprised us was how polite and professional they were. Sadly, these are not traits we often encounter with home services professionals. They even vacuumed after they were done”
Understanding the Water Removal, Extraction, Drying and Dryout Process
Water Removal and Extraction
Removing the standing water after any event is our first priority. Standing water penetrates every nook and cranny, yes just like the butter on a Thomas’s English Muffin, and complicates the dryout and dehumidification process. Additionally the longer standing water is present, the greater the chance additional building materials will need to be replaced. Timing is of the essence here. Our state of the art equipment ensures we remove and extract as much water and moisture as we can leading up to the drying and dehumidification phase, in many cases we can extract up to 90 percent of the water during this phase
Water Drying and The Dryout Process
Ensuring all of the moisture has been removed requires the use of air movers and handlers as well as industrial dehumidifiers. This step is critical because this is where any potential future mold, mildew and health issues are mitigated. Our advanced equipment will remove moisture from the places you can’t see, and where if mold grows, you can’t see it either. When it comes to this step we take no chances, we run this equipment for as long as it takes to ensure all of the moisture has been removed.
Final Inspection of the Water Removal, Extraction, and Drying Process
Once all of the water and moisture has been removed and all of the final drying and dehumidification steps have been painstakingly handled, we do a thorough inspection that includes not only a visual inspection, but also advanced testing with moisture meters and thermal imaging technology.
Removal of Building Materials and the Restoration Process
Obviously the goal is to save as much of the constructive property and contents as possible, but in some cases, especially those where hours, if not days of exposure to standing water have occurred, the necessity to do so is warranted. From saturated sheetrock, to drenched carpets and pads that have already started to breed bacterial growth, decisions need to be made to the viability of saving the materials vs. tearing out and replacing. The professionals at Peniel pride themselves on recommendations of process when it comes to save vs. replace decisions. Peniel can also aid in the insurance process so that you can rest easy knowing that when things have been cleaned or removed, you get full reimbursement (Peniel usually bills insurance direct for you to limit out of pocket expenses). Documentation is key, and the Peniel process documents each and every step as to cleanup, demolition, contents manipulation, cleaning and or removal and disposal of contents and constructive debris so that your insurance company has what they need to cover all, and any incurred expense. Don’t underestimate the value of this process; insurers are always trying to mitigate their cost exposure, and proper and thorough documentation ensures you don’t get left holding the bag with regards to unreimbursed costs!
“I was concerned because past experiences with mitigation firms have shown a propensity to go way beyond what is necessary to address the immediate issue. Peter H met and outlined your approach... Met with Brandon who seemed to have an excellent balance between the mitigation needs of the problem balanced with common sense approach, which impressed me the most. I am very satisfied with Peniel!”
We offer water damage restoration services to homeowners and commercial businesses alike, take a look at the following list for some of our more common commercial industries we serve.
Don’t see your business here, don’t fret, chances are we have serviced someone just like you!
- Office Buildings
- Nursing Homes
- Municipal Buildings
- Retail Stores
- Shopping Malls
- Professional Buildings
- Gas Stations
- Government Buildings
- Military Bases
- Bus Stations
- Research Facilities
- Water Treatment Facilities
- Sewage Treatment Facilities
- Apartment Buildings and Complexes
- Condos and Condominium Associations
- State Buildings
- Places of Worship
- Daycare Facilities
- Medical Offices
- Veterinary Offices
- Boarding Facilities
- Horse Properties
“I was concerned about the job not being done in time so it would hold up my demo/rebuild schedule. I was recommended to use Peniel by several people. After the work was done I was very satisfied and would recommend Peniel, because they are very professional, have great response time, and Jason was very good at explaining the process to me and following up. Unlike a lot of New England companies, y'all understand customer service and how it is supposed to work....I hope I don't need your services again, but if I do I'll definitely call Peniel.”
We know that this is an extremely stressful and trying time for your family or business. The team at Peniel is ready to walk you through every step, from an initial assessment to water removal, water extraction, water drying and dryout, and cleaning.
We will be happy to assist you in navigating the complex world of insurance.We work with insurance on a regular basis and can act as a liaison between you and your insurance company. It is important for you to act quick when it comes to water damage to your commercial or residential property as most insurance policies require you to report and choose a water damage repair company within a certain time frame.