How Long Does it Take to Dry a Liverpool Residential Property?
SERVPRO Uses Advanced Drying Equipment to Reduce Water Damage in your Liverpool Home
Floodwaters can affect the materials in your home in two distinct patterns. The first is through liquid water, which directly contacts materials. The second pattern is a result of evaporating moisture, causing water vapor damage to materials.
When performing flood damage in your Liverpool home, it is vital to recognize these two distinct patterns and mitigate them. SERVPRO technicians use psychrometry science to help limit the losses of both liquid and vapor water impact. Psychrometrics is the study of how humidity, temperature, and airflow interact in an environment. By manipulating these factors, we can speed up drying times, reduce condensation damages and limit secondary microbial-related losses.
- We use rapid-air moving equipment to control airflow in an indoor environment.
- Dehumidifiers are deployed to counteract the effect of water vapor in an environment.
- Indirect fired-furnaces and electric heaters are often used to control the temperature within an environment for optimal drying times.