Identifying the Water Source...
... is not the way the water is "Categorized" (degree of contamination). (Anyone can do that!)
This is one of the most common errors in the industry today!
The water source may be known to come from a "fresh water" source (e.g. supply line). But the moment it comes into contact with contaminants - it can change category. Time and temperature can influence the speed with which Category changes. Odors can indicate that the water is no longer fresh.
Regardless of where the contaminants come from - a competent restoration professional will "DE-contaminate" the affected area prior to initiating the drying phase. It's the competent way to do the job!
Drying Contaminated Structures...
... can produce a huge, expensive and dangerous problem for the occupants.
White "dots" as observed in this image are specs of dust. This contaminated dust can travel vast distances on air currents produced in a drying strategy. Competent restoration produces a sanitary structure PRIOR to drying efforts.
Is YOUR structure verified to be sanitary prior to initiating a drying strategy?
DSi can help you know the answer.
Contractors and Claims Representatives...
... can do repairs - and adjust insurance claims. DSi can provide evidence that the structural decontamination and drying repairs are necessary, usual and customary. DSi can speak for your structure - for it has no voice.