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Harrison Location
203 North Walnut, Suite A
Harrison, AR 72601
Harrison | 24/7 SERVICE - 844-845-7314


ESporta Wash System: MitiServe Restoration is proud to be an Esporta Certified Operator. The Esporta Wash System is capable of restoring 85% of soft contents and laundry that are considered non-restorable by restoration cleaners using traditional washing machines and dry cleaning. Whether it's mold, fire, or sewage, the system restores these items to food grade clean. This technology enables us to salvage highly sentimental items and soft contents that would be considered non-salvageable by the majority of restoration contractors. Since this machine is at our facility, we are able to produce quick turnaround times, have your items back to you faster, and settle claims in a timely manner.


ETES Drying System: During the drying phase of a water loss, adding heat to the surface of wet materials can drastically increase the amount of evaporation. That’s exactly what the ETES (E-Thermal Energy System) does. The ETES units produce a tremendous amount of heat. When coupled with an air mover and directed to the wet surface, the results are amazing. When MitiServe arrives on site, the ETES units are strategically placed in the wettest and most sensitive areas to speed up drying and to prevent further damage from occurring, especially with hardwood flooring. Depending on the situation, MitiServe is often able to dry the structure in half the time.


Thermal Fogging: Thermal fogging is an extremely effective form of deodorization. MitiServe uses thermal fogging as a final method of deodorization in both structural and contents restoration. It is effective in both fire and tobacco smoke deodorization. It starts out as solvent-based liquid that is heated up into a dry fog. This fog produces fine particles that closely resemble the size of smoke particles. These fog particles are then able to penetrate the crevices and pores similar to the smoke particles. The chemical in the thermal fog is able to bind and counteract with the odor of the smoke particles. This is how the deodorization occurs.