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Which Drying System Best Removes Water From Your Bel Air Home?

3/25/2019 (Permalink)

Why SERVPRO Which Drying System Best Removes Water From Your Bel Air Home? SERVPRO tailors the drying process to your home's needs.

Why SERVPRO Invests Significantly in Training and Equipment used for Water Drying in Bel Air

Excess moisture can play havoc with your indoor environment. Not only can water stagnate and produce an unpleasant odor, but it can also create the ideal conditions for mold or mildew growth. Typically, these issues enter the home as the result of a flood or problem with the internal plumbing structure. Thoroughly treating the affected area can prevent secondary problems for the homeowner.

The way to complete practical water drying in Bel Air is through training and alertness to all facets of the situation. SERVPRO uses technicians with IICRC qualifications in water damages as well as drying which can help to inform their decisions in your home. Usually, drying a property or room within a property relies on two systems, an open system or a closed system.

An open system dries an affected area primarily through ventilation. By opening windows and encouraging airflow by using rapid air movers, outdoor dryer air replaces humid air. This method can be beneficial for drying furnishings or fabrics as the drier air actively pulls moisture into it. Your SERVPRO technician can decide an open system is inappropriate due to some restoration factors as well as taking into consideration the time of year and climate.

A closed system involves creating barriers in the affected zone to prevent moisture in the air from spreading around the house. Hot air is then rapidly circulated in the affected area, evaporating moisture from cavities, subfloor or soft fabrics.  After removing the moisture, dehumidifiers are deployed to draw moist air from the atmosphere. Your SERVPRO technician can decide if a closed system is appropriate based on their training and experience.

Whichever method we use, you can trust SERVPRO to tailor our approach to the demands of the situation. We can do this because we invest in our technicians as well as providing them with the latest equipment they need to remove the water from your home.

If you need a comprehensive drying service for your property, contact SERVPRO of Bel Air / West Hollywood at (310) 572-6132.

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