Any time there is water damage, humidity levels spike, especially when the drying process begins. As air movers are placed, the moisture evaporating off wet materials (which the air movers help encourage) spikes the humidity in the room. This moisture must be removed by a dehumidifier in order for proper drying to take place. The dehumidifiers we use are not your average household dehumidifier. The dehumidifiers we use in many situations, remove up to 30 gallons of water a day from the air, while only using 7.4 amps of electricity. In addition, our dehumidifiers feature significant air filtration. This filtration dramatically improves the air quality in the areas being dried.
This unit has been cleaned, its filter has been replaced, and a protective plastic has been placed on top to keep it clean until it goes out to the next job.