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Businesses in Los Angeles Rely on SERVPRO for Water Damage Repairs

1/4/2022 (Permalink)

A man standing in front of a restaurant SERVPRO of Highland Park is here to let all businesses know we are here to help with your water damage.

How can SERVPRO help deal with water damage at your Los Angeles eatery? 

Having the help of professional restorers like SERVPRO to deal with water damage in your Los Angeles eatery can make a huge difference. Besides having years of experience, our IICRC certified techs have the unique advantage of approaching restoration from a scientific perspective. 

SERVPRO techs use the thermodynamic properties of air to their advantage while restoring water damage to your Los Angeles property. We design a strategy that ensures fast drying speeds to minimize long-term damage. Humidity control, heat, and airflow are cornerstones of SERVPRO’s restoration plan.   

SERVPRO techs apply science to restorative drying during water cleanup in Los Angeles properties

SERVPRO techs base their drying strategy for your Los Angeles property based on three laws of nature-

  • Wet goes to dry
  • Hot goes to cold
  • High pressure goes to low pressure 

Thus, the main goal of the drying method is to reduce the time to get to the equilibrium state. In the early drying stages, when there is a lot of surface moisture, SERVPRO techs use high airflow to ramp up the drying rate. As the water evaporates, less and less surface moisture is present, and airflow becomes less important than the air's temperature. SERVPRO techs, thus, rely more on heating equipment during the later stages of the drying process. 

Effectively using nature's equilibrium.

The goal for restorative drying is not to bring a building to the point of equilibrium where moisture, temperature, and pressure no longer move or change. Rather, the goal is to return wet structures and materials to a "dry" condition, so the restorer uses equilibrium to move excess moisture from wet materials.

Call SERVPRO of Highland Park at (323) 255-1001. Our technicians are ready to take your commercial water damage call. 

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