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Why We Are The Best Choice In Jamestown After A Water Loss

2/17/2020 (Permalink)

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Monitoring Outcomes and Making Adjustments during Water Damage Restoration in your Jamestown Home

Water Damage Jamestown

Water restoration is an exact science. When leaking pipes or faulty appliances begin to affect your home, the initial reaction is to remove excess moisture from the immediate vicinity. We generally use powerful extraction equipment or pumps to get rid of as much moisture in as little time as possible. These equipment transport gallons of water at a time and can significantly reduce the problems associated with water migration or degradation. However, many aspects of water restoration center on proper drying of the structure or contents, which prevents microbial growth, discoloration, and malodor.

Controlling water damage in your Jamestown home means making sure that the structure itself is thoroughly dry. Failure to do so can lead to expensive restoration or replacement costs further down the line. Many water damage emergencies that SERVPRO restore can take several days to return to a preloss condition. During these days, water restoration technicians can place drying equipment like air movers or dehumidifiers to draw moisture from materials, floor, or indoor air. We make sure your home is getting the attention it needs by conducting monitoring every twenty-four-hours during the drying procedure.

Monitoring is an essential method that tells us how effective our drying methods are in any given situation. There are three primary measuring tools that we use to determine how effective our drying outcomes are once the equipment is set-up. These tools include a hygrometer for measuring humidity, probing, and non-probing moisture meters to gain moisture content readings of different contents or materials in the unaffected area.

Sometimes low temperatures can have an impact on the effectiveness of dehumidification equipment. Refrigerant dehumidifiers, for example, are most efficient at removing moisture in temperatures between 70 and 90 degrees. If a SERVPRO technician sees low readings from dehumidification equipment, we may decide to introduce heaters or otherwise raise the temperature to speed up drying times. Monitoring allows us to provide an accurate roadmap of a restoration, which we allow us to communicate realistic timeframes and outcomes to keep you in the loop throughout.

Restoration is a scientific procedure that regularly requires assessment and adjustment. For comprehensive water restorers, contact SERVPRO of Jamestown / Olean at (716) 338-4901.

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