Using a building dryer is essential when your home has fallen prey to water damage. If you fail to do so, the consequences can be serious. Water damage is one of the worst nightmares for anyone who owns a property. Fortunately, the damage can be limited considerably by using a building dryer in combination with fans. It is the quickest way of getting rid of the excess water.
The logical consequence of water damage is the accumulation of a high moisture content in the air. A humid environment is not only unhealthy to live in, but is also an ideal breeding ground for mould and pests. If you wait too long to dehumidify your home with the aid of a building dryer, mould growth can occur. A building dryer is also recommended in case of damp and flooded basements or floods caused by prolonged rainfall.
Prior to using a building dryer, the flooded space is drained to eliminate all the apparent excess water. This is done with a water vacuum cleaner which pumps the water to the reservoir of the vacuum cleaner. The next step is the combined use of building dryers and fans. Depending on the damage incurred and the size of the space, we determine the number of required building dryers. Our building dryers have a large dehumidification capacity.
Objects that have been damaged by flooding must be dried as rapidly as possible. To speed up the drying process, building dryers can be combined with a mobile heater. Moisture will evaporate much more quickly from wet objects, so that the building dryer can absorb much more water. This mobile heater can also be used for super-fast and efficient drying of certain areas. The combination of a building dryer, fans and mobile heater enables us to get your home fully moisture-free again. We will eliminate (virtually all of) the damage caused by, for example, floods, leaks or pipe bursts, making your home dry again in no time!