Montgomery's Commercial Water Removal Equipment
SERVPRO Has the Right Equipment to Dry Out Your Commercial Space after Water Damage
If water ever leaks into your Montgomery art studio, specialized equipment is needed for proper mitigation. First, standing water gets removed with a submersible pump. Then, extraction systems get used to pull moisture out of carpet and upholstery. The next step in the restoration process is structural drying.
During drying procedures, air moving and dehumidification systems get set up. The goal in any commercial water removal project in Montgomery is to speed up the natural evaporation process. Moisture inside contents and building materials naturally evaporate moisture into the air.
Air movers help increase the rate of evaporation by replacing the moist air evaporated from wet materials with warm, dry air. Our IICRC certified technicians set up air movers so that they push air against wall surfaces at a 45-degree angle. The air then moves around the affected area in a counterclockwise motion, forcing all of the moist air coming from the walls into the center of the room.
Dehumidifiers then get set up in the center of the room to serve two purposes. The dehumidifier sucks in the moist air and pulls out the water and dispenses it out in liquid form. The devices then exhaust out hot, dry air that in turn gets used by the air movers to complete the process over again.
Air movers can serve a variety of functions during the structural drying process inside your studio. Not only can they help speed up drying in the entire affected region but they can also be used to dry other specific building materials. Air movers can be placed under the carpet and "float" it to dry the carpet backing and the subfloor underneath. They also are equipped with shrouds that allow them to dry out underneath cabinets and push air into wall cavities.
Whenever mitigating issues inside your place of business, our SERVPRO technicians do whatever it takes to prevent the restoration process from causing you a loss of revenue. All of your artwork gets inspected, and special drying procedures get considered if they are wet. We also try to complete the drying process during hours that you will not be working in your art studio.
We know that a water loss can be expensive enough without you enduring any loss of revenue due to mitigation work. For help with any restoration project on company property, call SERVPRO of Montgomery South at (334) 284-1612 24/7.
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