Vancouver Flood Restoration Company Malkin Cleaners Uses Thermal Imaging Technology for Leak Detection and Flood Analysis
Vancouver, British Columbia – November 24, 2014 – Vancouver flood restoration company Malkin Cleaners use cutting edge thermal imaging technology in their repertoire of water damage repair techniques to help them better serve Burnaby, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Greater Vancouver and all areas of the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. The use of this technology is leading edge in the flood restoration field and gives Malkin Cleaners an increased ability to detect and repair any potential problems in your home resulting from flood damage.
Thermal imaging techniques are non-invasive and are ideal for discovering otherwise unseen flood damage problems including mold growth and water ingress points due to their ability to detect moisture and heat loss below the surface of any material.
While other leak detection and flood analysis techniques require you to strip apart your home, thermal imaging techniques are non-invasive and pose no risk of damaging or destroying the structure of your home in the process.
Always looking for new ways to increase the effectiveness of their leak detection and flood analysis techniques, Malkin Cleaners’ adoption of thermal imaging techniques is a reflection of their commitment to providing Vancouver residents with the most comprehensive flood restoration services on the market. With 24/7 on-call service, feel free to contact them if you have any questions or concerns at 604-970-9052.
About Malkin Cleaners
With over 90 years of experience in the field, Malkin Cleaners know what its takes to provide quality flood restoration and water damage repair services to your home. They are currently serving Burnaby, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Greater Vancouver and all areas of the Lower Mainland of British Columbia and also offer a variety of other cleaning services including carpet, furnace and dry cleaning. For more information, visit http://www.malkincleaners.com/.