Water Damage Mitigation

"Very professional. Helped put our minds at ease during a very stressful time."

- Dorrie B, Waldorf MD
Infinity provides expert-level mitigation/moisture damage services to buildings, documents, computers, equipment and industrial machinery, as well as furniture, carpet, art and other cherished family belongings. We move quickly to secure, board up, and repair property damage in an effort to eliminate further exposure to the elements and potential secondary effects. Infinity utilizes industry leading content cleaning techniques and methodologies as well as state-of-the-art, secured, environmentally controlled content storage.

Coverage area – Fire Mitigation & Cleaning

Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Calvert County, Carroll County, Charles County, Harford County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Prince Georges County & the District of Columbia

Water Damage Mitigation Services

  • 24 hour emergency response
  • Water extraction
  • Debris removal
  • Structural drying
  • HVAC cleaning and decontamination
  • Emergency board-up
  • Electronics recovery
  • Air quality monitoring
  • Content cleaning, pack-out and storage
  • Anti microbial application
  • Dehumidification
  • Temporary power
  • Carpet cleaning
  • Structural shoring and stabilization

As a certified and licensed microbial remediation contractor, our approach to the drying and dehumidification of buildings and contents goes to great lengths to thoroughly clean, sanitize and mitigate the onset of secondary mold and microbial growth.

In the unfortunate event that mold growth is already present, our containment and cleaning processes eliminate the risk of exposure and the further growth of microbial contamination. Our projects are never complete until appropriate humidity levels are sustained throughout the structure, anti-microbial agent has been applied, and an independent Certified Industrial Hygienist of has tested and declared to be free of contamination.

Our Best Practice Approach
Infinity strictly adheres to best practices and guidelines provided under the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification’s (IICRC) S-500 Water Damage Restoration Standard Committee Guidelines. For additional information on IICRC visit www.iicrc.org.