Ways SERVPRO Dries Your Water Damaged Vail Home
Restoration of Water Damage in Vail Homes from Start to Finish
Returning home and finding your property saturated in water from a burst pipe or structural weakness can be emotionally draining. In areas of the home like a garage or cellar, keep-sakes need fast removal to prevent permanent harm. In insulated areas of the home, water can seep into wall cavities, beneath the subfloor or absorb into fabrics and furniture. These types of infiltration are not easy to remove, and you do require professional help to get the job done correctly.
One of the key things to remember for a technician remediating water damage in Vail properties is that "wet always moves to dry," which is one of the reasons water moves from wet materials to dry ones. It is also a reason why correctly drying properties can take a lot longer than initially expected, especially without the right training and equipment.
SERVPRO technicians train on how to remove water and dry a structure in the most efficient way possible. That starts with water extractors which use vacuum power and heated wands to draw water out of fabrics and floors. Where standing water is above two inches, we can use gas-powered pumps to remove it rapidly. Extracting water this way is 1,200 times faster than dehumidification.
Similar to how water moves from wet materials to dry materials, evaporated moisture moves from humid air to drier air. When relative humidity levels go above 60%, it can slow the drying times of furniture and fabrics. SERVPRO uses rapid air movers to push moisture saturated air away from the affected area. This process helps to further reduce the drying time and the costs of your restoration service.
One of the reasons SERVPRO is so prevalent in the community is because of our attention to detail. Industry leading training and IICRC certification ensure that we can deliver an efficient restoration effort to any size disaster.
Contact SERVPRO of Southeast Tucson / Sahuarita / Green Valley at (520) 648-7360 for an expert, efficient water restoration.
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