Removing wet drywall and insulation.
This flooded basement was just high enough to damage part of the walls and insulation. When leaving wet insulation behind your drywall you are raising your risk for mold growth. It is important to remove all wet drywall and insulation as quickly as possible to clean and begin the drying process. We have equipment that can detect how high up the dry wall absorbed the water. That is when they will determine how much will need to be removed.
In the before photo you can see Mike is making the top cut line to remove the drywall. The after photo shows what was removed and how we set the equipment to dry out the wood and concrete behind the wall.