Internal Wall Drying

After the flood of water in a property either through the roof, the sewer, an overflowed bath or a natural disaster, there is a high likelihood that there will be a number of walls affected.

But not just the exterior of the walls – you need to know that the internal wall cavity will also be wet (or damp at the very least).

Most internal walls are made of Gyprock and it is fair to say that most internal walls will not be Blueboard or some other waterproof composite. That means the wall boards will absorb water almost as fast as a sponge!

Wallboards of Gyprock left to dry on their own with the evaporation process will weaken the boards to become soft and even flimsy at bets. Next time something bangs lightly against them .. you have an immediate hole!

But it is not all doom and gloom. Wallboards can be saved if they are attended to in the correct manor and without delay. We can do that. We have systems that can dry the inner wall cavities without having to rip all the panels off. And, you can be left with dry walls inside and out without that lingering damp smell.


My points are;

  • Dry your walls regardless of composite

  • Play specific attention to internal wall cavities

  • Water damaged walls will fail

  • Wet walls will create internal mould spores


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