The scope of  our international services extends beyond water extraction to include a variety of specialized treatments that correctly restore your damaged home, workplace or property.

The range of these services includes the elimination of heavy moisture, drying of walls and foundations and the elimination of fungi and mould. Services offered also include  waterproofing, disinfection of wood pests, internal insulation and wood impregnation.Microwave technology is ideal for where work needs to be performed quickly, and the use of other drying methods will not produce efficient results.Microwave technology is the best solution on the market for locations where you cannot use chemicals to solve the issues. Full evacuation of residents or employees in the building where work is performed is not necessary, which can be the case where chemicals are used. Our experts at Markomtech specialize in state of the art microwave technologies, and can provide a variety of solutions to solve your unique problems.It does not matter how much damage there is in the workplace or the location of the damage, our experienced team will be able to assess and provide you with solutions.Before the restoration service begins, our Project Manager will inspect the materials and contents in your property to assess the degree of existing damage.



Microwave drying/disinfestation service

When there is water/dampness in wall structures the water can be located in one area, or spread around the wall across several areas. The microwave drying or de-infestation process does not heat material itself, only the water and organic structures located in the treated material. In the heating process hot steam moves to the outside of the wall (free air), the steam heats the surrounding material on exit from the wall. Microwaves increase the temperature of the materials by inserting particles of matter with high vibration or alternately polarization dipoles. Microwaves penetrating into the material causes the temperature to grow not only  on the surface but also in the deeper layers.The material is heated throughout the cross-section. Because of no large temperature differences in particular layers, the heated material is not exposed on high thermal stress. For the best drying effect there is a requirement to raise the temperature between  60 ° C to 100 ° C. This depends on the type of the treated material (for example wood, stone wall).


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Drainage of historical and religious buildings

Due to the unique process of drying the moisture without damaging the structure of the drying surface, the microwave method is highly recommended for drying old historical buildings, chapels domes, castles, stone Altar arches or fragments of medieval walls around the monastery.

The technology we use has some features that distinguish it from other methods:

Non-invasiveness – microwaves do not destroy the structure of the material & painted surfaces, do not damage the inside wall installation & vents in the wall, and no plaster is damaged/broken off.

No noise – microwave devices operate soundlessly.

Disinfection and bloom removal – microwaves destroy all mould and bacteria in the wall structure being dried, so you do not need to apply any other methods  to remove the mould/bacteria (e.g. chemicals). Microwaves operate for all types of materials, all material thicknesses, and operate efficiently for walls with high moisture and salinity,

Safety – The use of microwave drying does not cause any risk to human health. Residents can stay in the building during drying. Microwaves are also safe for water pipes, and other materials that are installed in the wall. The device enables very precise control over the microwaves. Thanks to this, undesired effects are kept to a minimum.

Easy and quick use – the microwave devices are small, which allows easy service at heights. Microwaves dry wet and mould-covered surfaces about 10 times faster than traditional methods.

Drying time – depends on the humidity rate and wall thickness. Drying is possible in all seasons and air temperatures.

Cost-saving – compared to other methods (e.g., condensation driers, whose energy consumption is large) microwaves are very cost-effective.