What is Injecti-Dry and how Does It Dry Your Water Damaged Augusta Home?
How Does the Injecti-Dry System Work in Your Augusta Home?
As one of the premier restoration companies serving the Augusta area, it is no surprise that a factor in our success is our dedication to seeking out the best equipment to handle the jobs. We have many types of effects and disasters that we can overcome with confidence and experience, and when it comes to water loss incidents that affect your home, many affected areas require specialized equipment and devices like our Injecti-Dry system.
With the frequent use of this equipment for water damage incidents that affect Augusta homes, it is essential to our SERVPRO team for our customers to understand better how it works and why we use it. Most of the equipment in our inventory of recovery tools and gear works to ensure that jobs get completed within the time constraints that we have designed and under the budgetary limitations of our customers or their insurance representation. The Injecti-Dry system is no exception to this, as it is critical to drying inaccessible areas of the property after a water loss incident in the most efficient manner possible.
Our SERVPRO team can address the water damage concerns of wall cavity moisture, ceiling moisture, and flooring moisture or saturation with this tool. It has a minimalistic approach and can feed warm air into wall cavities through multiple holes drilled behind the baseboards at the base of a wall. Small hoses or tubes, like the arms of an octopus, forcibly direct the air floor into the cavity or void to increase the evaporation rate. This approach is similar to how the system can address moisture and dampness in the ceiling space. For hardwood flooring, the system gets combined with the steady draw of large drying mats to provide a controlled and tailored moisture content removal to protect the flooring material from becoming overly dry, while extracting water from the tongue and groove joints.
We strive always to have the most thorough training and knowledge of the industry and the latest equipment to handle every emergency and disaster that affects area properties. Our SERVPRO of Augusta South / Burke & Wilkes Counties professionals has the expertise and the equipment to make water loss effects “Like it never even happened.” Give us a call anytime that you need us at (706) 843-1990.
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