Dealing With Water Damage

Burst Pipe?
Overflowed the bathtub?
Water seeping in through your foundation?
Sump pump failed?
This is what we consider an “emergency” as the longer the water sits the more damage results. First things first we need to assess where the water is coming from the stop the flow! Once the source of the water has been stopped we can then proceed to remove excess water, cut out wet drywall and insulation, remove flooring and underpad for drying, remove contents, which can be stored at your home, in a pod, or in our warehouse, and then air movers and dehumidifiers are put in place to remove the moisture from the room.
How does this work you might wonder?
Heaters and air movers work together efficiently to remove moisture from the air and affected materials. But do you know how they actually remove the moisture? Check out our infographic to find out.
1. Using a heater, we add heat energy to the air to raise the temperature. This increases the air's energy level.
2. Air movers help transfer that energy into the affected materials.
3. As the heat energy moves into the affected materials, the temperature of the affected material increases. This in turn excites the water molecules inside those materials and increases the vapor pressure.
4. The moisture leaves the affected materials as the increased vapor pressure (high-energy air) seeks to find balance with the lower vapor pressure (low-energy air) in the drying chamber.
As a result, heaters and air movers use vapor pressure differentials to remove moisture from the air and affected materials.
Once drying has completed, generally 3-4 days of running the air movers and dehumidifiers, we can then begin to restore the site back to it’s original condition before the incident occurred.

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