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Assured Water Damage Restoration in Everett

2/14/2024 (Permalink)

SERVPRO tech carrying air drying tool with the caption: FASTER TO ANY SIZE DISASTER If your Everett home has water damage, call SERVPRO. We're Faster to any size disaster™.

Have Confidence in your Water Damage Recovery Service

Booking a repair service can be an anxious experience. Property emergencies are rare, which means most homeowners do not have a pre-existing relationship with the service. Our team has extensive experience in home restoration but also prides ourselves on our trust, reliability, and professionalism.

Mitigating losses during water damage restoration in Everett means drying the property as quickly as possible. The faster a technician can dry the property, the less likely it is for water to be absorbed into surfaces or furnishings. It can also help technicians work faster on addressing the existing damage caused by the water intrusion and can help remove unpleasant odors. 

 The drying process

  • Drying occurs when water molecules evaporate into the surrounding air. 
  • Dry air absorbs water faster, while humid air can become saturated, resulting in slower evaporation.
  • Replacing wet air with dry air quickly is essential for drying.

 One method of speeding up drying is to ventilate spaces, which replaces humid air with dry outdoor air. The core equipment SERVPRO® technicians use to achieve this is an air mover. Air movers are functionally similar to a fan heater. They work by blowing air that is heated by an element into the room using axial blades. Air movers operate the same way but with much more power. 

The differences between air movers and fan heaters

  • Air movers typically use large outlets to provide more even, broad-path airflow.
  • Can operate horizontally, vertically and sideways to face ceilings, walls, stairways and cabinets
  • Much more powerful - with small portable units capable of moving 885 Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM)
  • Portable air movers also have low profiles that allow them to blast warm, dry air across wet floors, walls or surfaces. 
  • Air movers that lack heating elements can be used.

 Drying a property quickly is essential to mitigating losses in your home. Contact SERVPRO of Everett / Lake Stevens / Monroe for water damage restoration at (360) 243-8313.

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