Quickly Isolate and Dry Affected Area – Time is a critical factor in mitigating the water loss. The longer surfaces stay wet the greater the damage. For example, the longer solid wood flooring or kitchen islands are wet, the greater the chance that buckling will occur.  Posted by Dry-Tech Restoration Services, LLC.


Rapid and Efficient Disaster Recovery – Water damage emergency experts stress the importance of a rapid response. ZipWall barriers are set up in minutes, isolating the affected areas from the rest of the property so that dehumidification and cleanup can begin ASAP. Posted By ServiceMaster Restoration By The Experts.


Reduce Volume for Faster Drying – In either a commercial or residential water damage emergency, the barrier around the affected area not only protects the rest of the property from mold and moisture. It also cuts down drying time by limiting the area/volume to be dehumidified. Posted by Dry-Tech Restoration Services, LLC.


Structural Drying – In this historical preservation projects, a ZipWall® barrier forms a temporary exterior wall to facilitate the drying and restoration work.  Posted by Dry-Tech Restoration Services, LLC.


Every Disaster is Different – But generally, these are the basic steps for flood damage mitigation: Step 1: Emergency Contact, Step 2: Inspection and Damage Assessment, Step 3: Water Removal/Water Extraction, Step 4: Drying and Dehumidification, Step 5: Cleaning and Repair, Step 6: Restoration. Posted by SERVPRO of Benicia / Martinez / Southeast Vallejo.


Drying Floors Fast – This fascinating setup was put in place by DryTech specialists after a burst water pipe flooded a kitchen with hardwood floors. In addition to plastic containment chambers, ZipWall® poles are also used to hold down drying mats for faster, more efficient drying of floors. Posted by Dry-Tech Restoration Services, LLC.


Commercial Water Damage Restoration – After setting up drying chambers, specialists often use commercial heaters, dehumidifiers, and air movers to get properties hit by water damage back in business as quickly as possible. Posted by Floodco USA.


 Drying Chamber after Residential Water Damage – Florida is no stranger to flood damage. This is an example of a containment barrier set up for the drying and restoration process. Posted by Restore Tech.


ZipWall® Barrier Sectioning-off Water Damaged Area – In this example, the water damage was caused by a basement water supply line burst. No matter the cause, be it a burst pipe or a natural disaster, containment booths are commonly set up for the drying, restoration and remediation work. Posted by Dry-Tech Restoration Services, LLC.


Restoration & Remediation Specialty Tools – Specialists need proper tools for any job. For water restoration and remediation experts, specialty tools include extraction equipment, dehumidifiers, and air movers which they use with ZipWall® containment barriers. Posted by Dry-Tech Restoration Services, LLC.


Partition off Work Zone – Another example of a ZipWall® barrier set up to contain the damaged area and protect the rest of the property after flood damage. The barrier contains the damaged are and shortens the drying time. And during the repair and restoration phase, it provides dust protection. Posted by SKCOPE.


Containment Zone with Drying Equipment – To reduce water damage loss, these water restoration professionals recommend keeping drying equipment on around the clock. The containment is set up with ZipWall™ 10 and 12 foot poles with a ZipWall® heavy-duty zipper for entry.  Posted by Dry-Tech Restoration Services, LLC.