How To Dehumidfy
Dehumidification is the process of removing excess moisture. After a water loss, saturated materials will cause humidity levels to reach dangerously high levels. With elevated humidity, wet materials cannot dry because there is no room in the air for the moisture to evaporate.
Excessive humidity will also cause secondary damage. You may find, books, furnishings, or other contents that begin to feel water logged. This happens because the wet air needs to go somewhere, so it begins to soak into dry materials. Your dry materials will then begin to act as dehumidifiers and absorb any moisture in the area. Belongings that were not affected by the flood damage may now be at risk.
The industrial size dehumidifiers installed by The Flood Co LLC’s certified technicians will begin removing atmospheric moisture within minutes. The lowering of the humidity level will protect you against secondary damage and allows for the drying of the affected materials
Air Movers, ‘Blowers’ and ‘Fans’
Only high cfm machines (the most powerful Air Movers,/Blowers/Fans) can blow away any amount of moisture. All drying equipment used by The Flood Co LLC’s is specially designed for the water damage restoration industry.
Air movement is a very important step in the dry out process which forces evaporation. By combining air movement, dehumidification and heat, we gain the ability to dry any exposed surface without any hassle!
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