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Two Drying Systems To Dry Your Water Damaged Bathroom In Dublin

11/2/2017 (Permalink)

Water Damage Two Drying Systems To Dry Your Water Damaged Bathroom In Dublin Water damage in your bathroom needs the help of a professional team, so it is cleaned up thoroughly and quickly.

Drying Your Water Damaged Bathroom

When you wake up to discover you have water damage in your Dublin bathroom, it is not a good start to the day. Whether the water all over the floor is from a toilet that is overflowing or a leaking sink, this issue needs to be taken care of right away. Water sitting on the floor in a bathroom upstairs can leak through the ceiling down below and cause more damage, flooring and subflooring can be destroyed, and mold can begin to grow in a day or two.

Water damage in your Dublin bathroom needs the help of a professional team, so it is cleaned up thoroughly and quickly. SERVPRO staff can help you anytime you are in need. We are trained and certified to take care of water damage of all kinds. To properly dry a structure, we must remove moisture from the air. To achieve a balanced drying system, we use two systems – An open system and a closed system.

A system that is open exchanges the air inside your home that is moist with the outside air that is drier. To exchange air, we open windows and use air movers or fans to ventilate the structure. The method used here only works when outside air has fewer grains per pound than inside air. For the best drying conditions, the outside air should be of a higher temperature and a relative humidity that is low. The difference between the specific humidity of outside and inside air is essential as well.

A closed drying system closes the affected area of the home off from the air outside and from areas which were unaffected. SERVPRO techs use dehumidification equipment to dehumidify the inside air. For it to work, we have to control the indoor environment with dehumidifiers and air movers. It is easier to dry smaller areas, creating a drying chamber by hanging plastic sheeting around areas affected by water damage or closing windows and doors. Air conditioning could also be used to help dehumidify.

SERVPRO of Cheshire County takes the drying of your home seriously. We have the training and equipment to do the job efficiently and quickly, so do not hesitate to reach out to us at (603) 352-7251 when you have a water damage emergency in the areas of Dublin, Keene, or Rindge.

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