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SERVPRO Offers a Premier Water Damage Restoration Service to Mendham Homes

10/11/2021 (Permalink)

SERVPRO vehicle outside job site. Water damage restoration services by SERVPRO are second to none. Our goal is to have your home back to preloss condition ASAP.

Why Is SERVPRO the First Choice of Mendham Homeowners When it Comes to Water Damage Restoration?

A successful water damage restoration of your Mendham home is achieved only when the moisture level is brought back to preloss conditions. Professionals like SERVPRO use several pieces of equipment, including water extractors, dehumidifiers, and air movers, to remove the excess moisture and prevent any secondary damage.  

SERVPRO techs use dehumidifiers to reduce the amount of water vapor in the air during water damage restoration of your Mendham home. These equipment are designed to decrease the humidity ratio of the air that speeds up the evaporation rate in the building and its contents. As the moisture continues to evaporate into the air, the dehumidifier continues to remove it until the structure and contents are dry. It is important to use the right dehumidifying equipment to ensure that proper drying is achieved. SERVPRO techs have the knowledge and experience to ensure that the right equipment is used for a given set of conditions. 

What are Low Grain Refrigerant Dehumidifiers that SERVPRO Techs Use During Water Cleanup from Your Mendham Home? 

Low Grain Refrigerant (LGR) dehumidifiers are similar to the standard refrigerant dehumidifiers but offer significant advantages. The pre-cooling component is the biggest difference between a conventional refrigerant and a low grain refrigerant (LGR). An LGR re-cools the air before it moves across the evaporator coils; however, they still work most effectively within a range from 70° to 90°F. Some high-temperature (HT) units remain effective in warmer conditions.

Since LGRs can produce lower humidity ratio conditions than conventional refrigerants, they will often speed the drying process as humidity in the affected area drops. They will be more effective at drying hardwood floors and other difficult materials.

Call SERVPRO of Southwest Morris County at (973) 895-5000, where our technicians are available 24/7 to answer your questions.   

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