Drying and Dehumidifying
Water damage inspection and assessment are the first steps in assessing a home after it has suffered water damage. The professionals will inspect your home to assess the extent of damage and determine how much work is required to restore it. Water removal is the next step. It’s the removal of water and the repair of damage caused by pipe leaks, as the name implies.
Once these steps have been completed, water damage restoration contractors will move on to drying and dehumidification. These two steps are crucial to restore your home to normal living conditions.
It is normal for your home to look dry after the water removal. It is usually not. Many items will still feel damp or have some moisture. These items could suffer further damage if you don’t do the dehumidification and water drying and dehumidification processes. This is in addition to encouraging mold growth as mold thrives in moist environments. This will lead to loss of property and spread of mold, which can cause respiratory problems and allergies.
You must dry and dehumidify everything and your home to prevent them from deteriorating. We use dehumidifiers and industrial-grade equipment to accomplish this. These tools allow us to dry any moisture remaining in places we couldn’t reach during the water extraction phase. This tool also allows us to completely remove water from wet items or places where it is not necessary. This process can help prevent mold growth and structural damage in areas where your walls or building structure were damaged.