Drying and Dehumidifying


    Dehumidifier When your property is affected by water damage, simply extracting the water is often not enough to ensure your home’s safety from future damage. After any necessary demolition is completed, any structure and content that remains must be completely dried, and the area completely dehumidified prior to calling water damage restoration services complete. Even if a carpet is professionally extracted, it can still hold a surprising amount of water, potentially damaging the subflooring below. This would also create an ideal environment for mold growth.
    
     If you have a water loss, we will likely leave air movers and/or dehumidifiers to dry out the areas that have been affected. We are always pursuing updates to our education on the best equipment available in dehumidifiers, industrial air movers, and extraction equipment.

     For many residents, especially here on Cape Cod, it is suggested to keep a dehumidifier running in areas such as the basement. We often see cool, wet, winters and hot, humid summers, which can contribute immensely to the swelling of structure and mold occurances. Also, being so close to the shoreline, local residents are already exposed to increased amounts of moisture in the air.

     Dehumidifiers are great investments to have handy in the event of even the smallest water loss, and for preventing excessive moisture from damaging your home. When choosing a dehumidifier, be sure to speak with a professional about your specific needs and area coverage. Want to learn more about what they do, how they work, and how to prepare to choose one? Visit our blog.
 

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Customer Testimonial

"No one wants to have a messy, upsetting, expensive and completely unexpected disaster in their home, but if they do, they should turn to your fine company"

Dear Bill,

I am writing to thank you for the fine work that you and your teams did on reconstructing our home in Wellfleet after the brutal winter of 2015. As you know, we sustained substantial damage from water due to frozen pipes. We very quickly found that not only were the floors, walls and ceilings of our home severely damaged, but within a week of the damage a terrible black mold began to spread…

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