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What Does SERVPRO Use to Dry Commack Homes?

9/29/2021 (Permalink)

burst pipe When water damages occur from a burst pipe don't worry. SERVPRO will be on-site within 4 hours of the initial call.

When In-Home Flooding Occurs SERVPRO Uses Powerful Tools as Part of Our Water Restoration Service in Commack

Water intrusions happen every day. A water heater springs a leak, pipe bursts, or the ice maker has problems, and your home ends up flooded. Water extraction is the first action once a scope takes place. When all the moisture gets extracted that our equipment can pull out, we move on to drying.

Powerful Commercial Drying Equipment

The drying phase takes place after we have removed as much water as possible. Our IICRC certified techs are trained to know what equipment to use and the correct ratio needed for optimum drying. Here is what we use for water restoration in Commack homes:

•    Dehumidifiers – We use several types of dehumidifiers depending on the job. They include:

  • Conventional
  • Refrigerant
  • Low grade
  • Desiccant

• Centrifugal Air Movers – These units replace moist air with fresh airflow. They get used alongside air movers. Carpet clamps can float carpets and allow air to flow from above and below.

• Axial Air Movers – Axials are larger than the centrifugal units and move more air. They can cover more areas too.

• Structural Drying Equipment – We have a number of tools that can direct warm, dry air in spaces that are hard to reach.

We also use air conditioning units and portable electric heaters to help dry out the premises. With a well-stocked arsenal, we can battle water damage with ease. For professional water damage services, contact SERVPRO of Greater Smithtown at (631) 265-9200. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.

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