Air Movers Help Restore Flood Damage in Fort Pierce Homes
Versatile Air Movers Help after Flood Damage
Drying is one of the fundamental processes for every water damage or flooding event that our SERVPRO team restores. Necessary elements of this essential process are the air movers, which circulate dry air through an environment to increase evaporation rates. We keep these machines stocked in our Green Fleet of service vehicles for fast deployment when needed. Types of these units include:
Continual High-Velocity Airflow
Flood damage in Fort Pierce homes can leave many building materials exposed to water saturation and absorption. This migrating moisture can be an overwhelming presence without contamination threats, requiring powerful drying approaches. Air movers continually move air around wet materials, allowing for an even and steady drying.
Addressing a Boundary Layer
One of the advantages of tools like centrifugal air movers is their ability to overcome cooling boundary layers that form just above the surface of moist elements. During the evaporation process, cooler vapor barriers form above the damaged materials that can slow the production of natural drying processes. Centrifugal units provide a focused blast of warm air to reach this substrate and continue steady drying progress.
Increasing Vapor Pressure
Air movers can help increase the temperature of a workspace and move warm, dry air throughout the containment zone. As temperatures of the liquids affected increase, so does the molecular kinetic energy. This provides faster and more efficient vaporization of trapped surface water and increased vapor pressure.
High-velocity air movers provide a stable foundation of consistent and widespread evaporative drying throughout a damaged household. With multiple units to choose from and hundreds of machines at our disposal, we can position them to have the most significant effect on a moist environment. Give our SERVPRO of Fort Pierce NE team a call now at (772) 362-7060.