North Syracuse Residents Prefer SERVPRO for Water Mitigation of Their Homes
SERVPRO Provides Fast and Reliable Water Cleanup at North Syracuse Homes
Water mitigation by SERVPRO at your North Syracuse home involves activities that help to minimize the damage to the structure and contents after a water incidence. SERVPRO provides one of the fastest water removal services in the area, followed by the necessary water damage repairs.
Once the SERVPRO technicians begin the water mitigation of your North Syracuse home, their first goal is to scope the structure to identify areas where water has intruded. SERVPRO techs use equipment such as moisture sensors, thermal cameras, and thermo-hygrometers for this purpose. However, due to its many advantages, a thermal camera is one of the first pieces of equipment that technicians use.
How SERVPRO Techs use Thermal Image Camera During Water Damage Repairs in North Syracuse?
A Thermal image camera is one of the best pieces of equipment for a fast evaluation of the extent of moisture in your water damaged North Syracuse home. The camera can show how water traveled through the structure and indicate moisture that otherwise might never have been discovered. As water evaporates from a surface, it tends to cool the surface down. A thermal image camera can detect such colder areas and hence help the technicians find moisture.
A thermal image camera offers several advantages to a water damage restoration technician, including-
- Causes no damage to the structure- Unlike penetrating moisture meters that can cause minimal damage, thermal cameras don't cause any damage.
- Allows inspection of difficult areas- Using penetrating moisture meters can be difficult to detect moisture in areas such as an extremely high ceiling. A thermal camera can be easily pointed up to the ceiling for moisture measurement.
- Saves time- Pointing thermal cameras to large areas is faster than probing them with moisture meters.
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