Flood Damage in Your Denville Home? Call SERVPRO
SERVPRO Uses High-tech Equipment for Flood Damage in Denville
Successful flood damage restoration of Denville homes requires sophisticated equipment and tools. SERVPRO techs know which equipment to use and how to use them for the best possible results.
Some of the equipment that SERVPRO techs use during flood damage restoration of Denville homes include:
- Moisture meters and Infra-red cameras
- Axial and centrifugal air movers
- Refrigerant and desiccant dehumidifiers
- Pumps and water extractors
- Heating and cooling equipment
In some situations, SERVPRO techs implement heating (or cooling) to speed up the drying after carefully evaluating the drying conditions.
Role Of Heating And Cooling In Water Cleanup After A Storm
When external heat is used to increase the air temperature to facilitate drying, the process is called 'heat drying.' SERVPRO techs use a heat and air exchange drying system that uses an indirect fired furnace to heat the airspace of your Denville property during flood restoration. The indirect-fired furnace takes dry outdoor air and warms it before introducing it into the drying zone. The indirect fired furnaces are installed outside the structure and can produce 100,000 to 800,000 BTU/hour of heat.
If heating a limited area is required, SERVPRO techs often use portable electric heaters that can focus heat on a small space.
Restoration technicians sometimes also use air conditioning units to increase occupant comfort and allow the refrigerant dehumidifiers to remain within their optimum range (below 90°F).
For commercial projects, SERVPRO uses a state-of-the-art direct expansion unit that can provide both heating and cooling and humidity control.
We are committed to helping the community's property owners provide industry-leading service. If you have any questions, call SERVPRO of North Morris County at (973) 983-5657.