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Water damage management is one of the responsibilities of property managers. However, the time allocated to it can never be planned in advance.
Each water damage is unique, making it very difficult to manage this type of disaster. However, knowing the parameters surrounding this damage could simplify it by having an exhaustive checklist including all the steps to follow, as well as the most important factors to monitor during the dehumidification operation.
Dehumidification without demolition comes to alleviate all the problems of demolition and simplify the management of water damage. It represents an undeniable advantage in all aspects, challenging all conventional restoration techniques.
If water damage occurs, how can we assess the situation quickly? How to choose the best instruments for a good diagnosis?
In the field of construction, materials are distinguished according to their field of use and their main characteristics. The first type represents construction materials (concrete, wood, metals, gypsum, etc.) which are distinguished by their ability to resist various external forces. On the other hand, protective materials, such as coatings and paints, have the role of coating and protecting construction materials against the various factors that can affect their physical properties. However, they are not immune to the weather and can deteriorate due to excessive moisture for reasons of lack of permeability.
What are the classes and categories of water and what restoration method should be chosen?
Should wet structures be dried out in 48 hours?
Discover through this short video the difference between 2 drying methods, one of which is widely used on the market. The results could change the way you look at dehumidification!