Introduction to Crucial Air Mover Equipment for Restoration Work
This video allows our SERVPRO of Campbell employee, Connie Da Costa, the ability to better explain one of the crucial pieces of equipment that our technicians use to overcome water loss and fire damages to homes and businesses throughout our area. Better understanding these pieces of equipment can help you to appreciate their role when they get used on your property to help make the restoration process more efficient.
First, it is important to understand what an air mover does to help your property recover from a disaster. Connie briefly and concisely explains that these machines force air to porous materials and inaccessible areas of the affected home or business to effectively extract the moisture from the environment.
The first air mover that she introduces in the video is one that our SERVPRO technicians generally use exclusively for commercial restoration projects. With broader areas to cover and restore, these larger machines help to control the environment and let the dehumidification process happening simultaneously to work better.
The air mover in the center of the video is one of the most popular options that we choose for our residential recovery projects. These machines are ideal for cabinets, baseboards, and flooring, making them ideal to take along with us for every water loss or fire damage incident that we restore. These are the newer models of air movers that we have, and as you can see from the background of the video, we have plenty of units to overcome even the most substantial instances of flooding and water loss that your home might sustain.
Recovering from a water loss incident or the effects of an extinguished fire might feel overwhelming, but our certified technicians have the equipment to help make the process as efficient as possible. You can count on our SERVPRO of Campbell professionals to restore your home fully following a disaster that leaves persistent moisture to threaten your property. Give our emergency response team a call anytime at (408) 371-4001.