SERVPRO Technicians Know How to Properly Dry Your Home and Business
Flooding can leave behind massive losses causing thousands of dollars in damage. No matter how well we try to prepare to face such disasters, there is always a margin for disaster. New Bern residents need to work with IICRC-certified restoration service providers like SERVPRO of New Bern when dealing with the aftermath of flooding to ensure a timely response and accurate drying procedures.
Using the right equipment makes a big difference when restoring your property after flood damage or a storm disaster. Our SERVPRO team understands the importance of analyzing each situation differently to determine the most appropriate tools and technology to use when working on your property. Drying as a process requires one to know humidity, temperature, and the various air properties - something that our technicians understand very well.
Timely evaporation of the moisture in your property is vital during the restoration. It all starts by putting in place appropriate measures to reduce the drying time. The use of extractors, air movers, and dehumidifiers works towards achieving that. Air movers facilitate airflow and increase the speed of evaporation. As the moisture evaporates from surfaces, it leads to the formation of moist air. Dehumidifiers then pull the moisture out of the air to prevent further damage.
The two main types of dehumidifiers that our SERVPRO technicians use are desiccant dehumidifiers and refrigerant dehumidifiers. Desiccant dehumidifiers use chemicals to absorb the moisture, while the working of refrigerant dehumidifiers has a lot of similarities to how air conditioners work. Deodorization then follows to neutralize any odors present.
SERVPRO of New Bern aims to restore your contents to their preloss condition no matter the type or location of the disaster. We use advanced technology to restore items that wouldn’t be salvageable otherwise. Our team of professionals is trained to assess the damage and potential threats, extract and contain the affected area, dry, and restore your property to preloss conditions.