SERVPRO'S Experts Explain the Need For Technology With Water Removal
Why SERVPRO Uses Different Machines to Help with Water Removal in Drenched Homes in Mary Ester
When a property owner in Mary Ester calls us for assistance in restoring their property after a disaster affects them, we send out our crews. Along with our IICRC-certified employees, we stock our Green Fleet with the latest types of equipment to get the job done fast and correctly. We always want to do a thorough job and keep current damage from spreading.
Why SERVPRO does this when Mary Ester residents need our water removal services is simple. We know that not only does standing water respond better to submersible pumps mounted on our trucks and that air drying works best for smaller structures. We need to use both, and others, to dry out your home, so it is once again “Like it never even happened.”
We invest in the equipment used to mitigate homes and stand by our work. We also train extensively to keep ourselves informed of new developments in the restoration industry. Then we bring these skills when we work on your home, removing water and drying both the walls, floors, and other structures, so permanent damage does not occur.
Other items we use during a water removal job include our air movers. These machines are much more potent than a typical household fan. Able to change the air in a room several times in an hour, these whisk moisture off of surfaces and into the air.
Once the air begins to hold water vapor, we need to heat the area so its air can hold more. We use heaters to do this, which protects your HVAC system. As the air becomes more and more saturated, we use desiccant machines that steadily strip the water vapor out of the air. To keep microbes from proliferating and spreading, we also set up several air scrubbers to clean the air of both microorganisms and spores.
SERVPRO of Fort Walton Beach is always ready to respond to calls at (850) 863-2552. Here for residents of Shalimar, Holiday Isle, and Niceville, our teams can get your home dry again with our water removal services.
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