Advanced Structural Drying Services in Brentwood, TN.
At ASDT, structural drying is quite literally our middle name. When catastrophic floods, unmitigated leaks, or other types of water damage infiltrate your property, our team is here to ensure that it’s restored to a safe and dry condition as fast as possible. We use the latest technologies and science-based techniques to ensure that excess moisture in your home, business, or commercial property is thoroughly dried before it can cause further damage.
Our team has trained extensively to earn the trust and confidence of home and business owners in Tennessee and throughout the country. Many members of our crew have been with us long enough to obtain master-level IICRC certification—the highest designation possible in the industry—three times over. If you’ve experienced water damage, let us get you back to your regularly scheduled life.
Our Structural Drying Process
When you call ASDT, our crew will arrive ready to make a full assessment of the damage, combining our trained and experienced eyes with thermal imaging technology to discover any hidden water behind walls, floors, or ceilings.
Our team can expertly assess the extent of water damage for any sized emergency at any sized property, from residential homes to five-star hotels, to high-rise condominiums and beyond.
After completely removing any excess standing water and inspecting for mold on surfaces, we begin the process of structural drying. Our arsenal of restoration equipment includes the most technologically advanced air movers, injection floor drying systems, and air scrubbers available. To prevent structural damage, we also use non-penetrating meters that measure the moisture levels between layers of wood, flooring, drywall, and more to ensure the job is done thoroughly.
Explore Other Water Damage Services
Every second counts when it comes to water damage. ASDT can remove any amount of water from a home, business, or commercial building quickly and safely.
Our powerful dehumidifiers help us speed up the structural drying process and prevent mold growth, protecting both materials and air quality.
Thermal imaging allows us to quickly detect leaks and moisture behind walls, ensuring no hidden moisture gets left behind.
Structural Drying FAQs
What is Structural Drying?
How Many Structural Drying Methods Are There?
In our industry, there are typically two options for structural drying: disruptive drying and aggressive drying. Disruptive drying involves cutting out materials like drywall, insulation, and baseboards to increase drying time, as well as materials that are beyond saving. Aggressive drying involves introducing warm, high-velocity air to dry materials in place without removing them.
Aggressive drying reduces the extent of repairs needed after remediation, but can only be performed if the water is removed in the first 48 to 72 hours. That’s why fast action is imperative. Call ASDT at 615.207.3877 for emergency service!