Class 1 Water Damage
Class 1 Water Damage is the least harmful form of water damage. Materials absorb very little of the water from this type of damage. Water damage restoration is the easiest when it involves class 1 damage.
Class 2 Water Damage
Class 2 Water Damage has a fast rate of evaporation, which means that carpets and cushions most likely will be damaged. Water damage restoration is more difficult when it involves class 2 damage.
Class 3 Water Damage
Class 3 Water Damage has the quickest rate of evaporation. The water may come from broken sprinklers or other overhead sources, soaking the walls and furniture when it involves class 3 damage.
Class 4 Water Damage
Class 4 Water Damage requires special water damage restoration and water removal procedures. This type of damage may affect hardwood floors, plaster, and concrete when it involves class 4 damage.