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It's not a fan, it's an air mover!

6/30/2017 (Permalink)

Water Damage It's not a fan, it's an air mover! Multiple air movers being brought back to the warehouse after expediting the drying process at a water loss.

If water has made its way into your home, whether in Wesley Chapel, Zephryhills, or Land O' Lakes, SERVPRO of East Pasco is here to help.  

Our team of Restoration Technicians are trained using IICRC standards to make it “Like it never even happened,” using specialized techniques and industrial equipment designed to mitigate damage and prepare the property for reconstruction. Our warehouses and trucks are stocked with equipment that will extract standing water and then, based on environmental conditions, dry the property to prepare it for reconstruction. The most common equipment you’ll see installed are industrial dehumidifiers, air scrubbers, and air movers.  

Air movers? When I told my dad about the equipment we use at my new job, he said, "isn't that just a fancy fan?" Funny guy.  

An air mover is much more than a fan, it’s an essential tool for mitigating water damage. This devise creates high-velocity airflow, allowing an environment to dry as quickly and efficiently as possible. Combined with dehumidifiers, it’s a powerful combination that restores the environment to original conditions and is a necessary tool for water restoration.  

Advantages of air movers include:  

  • Energy Efficient: Air movers use minimal power for maximum air flow.  
  • High velocity: Air movers work great for ventilation and cooling. 
  • Speeds drying time: Air movers help floors, carpets and wall cavities dry faster. 

When the drying process time is reduced so are the chances of a second loss or additional damage, which can include microbial growth.  

No fancy fan here, but an essential tool that can save you thousands.  

http://www.IICRC.org/consumers/care/water-damage/ 

http://www.SERVPROeastpasco.com/