Drying and Dehumidification
Austin Drying and Dehumidifying Service
Dehumidification is a pivotal part of the water restoration process. After all the standing water is extracted and the obviously affected areas seem dry, there is still moisture in places such as walls, plaster, paint, flooring, carpets, insulation, and structural studs. If left untouched, these areas will retain moisture and become a breeding area for mold and mildew. It can also lead to the deterioration of sheetrock, and even compromising the integrity of the structure. Moisture in wood and doors can eventually warp doors and keep them from opening and closing correctly.
At Water Damage Restoration Of Austin, our specialists have the knowledge and proper equipment to dehumidify your property, and stop the disasters of water damage before they start. When the dehumidification process is executed in a timely manner by a trained professional, the amount of damage to walls, doors, flooring, carpet, and cabinets are drastically reduced. Often times, the carpet itself can be salvaged, but generally it is best to discard the padding underneath to prevent odor, mold, and mildew. Water Damage Restoration Of Austin takes several factors into consideration to provide the correct approach to the dehumidification process. Factors such as relative humidity, the size of affected area, the level of saturation, and the approximate duration of time it takes to remove moisture are all considered beforehand to ensure the dehumidification is done correctly. Call one of our Austin Dehumidification experts today for a free quote.