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Reversing Water Damage with the Injectidry System!

3/12/2021 (Permalink)

drying hoses inserted into drywall Reversing Water Damage with the Injectidry System!

SERVPRO of Queen Anne's, Kent & Caroline Counties uses a number of different tools and equipment when it comes to treating damage due to water, mold and fire. One of our most valuable pieces of equipment is the Injectidry System. This system takes water damage restoration to a whole new level and allows us to treat delicate, inaccessible or hard to reach areas that have been saturated with water. The process is minimally invasive and is perfect for high risk areas. 

The process begins with drilling small access holes. We like to try to place these holes in the least visible areas if possible. Next, small nozzles are inserted into the holes with hoses attached to them. A pressurized air pump then injects heated air through the nozzles and into the hidden air spaces. The air movement becomes a vehicle for moisture, and water can be suctioned out of cracks and crevices effortlessly!  

While the Injectidry does most of the work, it is often partnered with traditional equipment like air movers and dehumidifiers. 

While water damage of any kind is devastating to any home or property owner, it's even worse when it has happened to a beautiful gallery wall that they would hate to completely demo or custom hard wood floors that can never be replicated. These are a few examples of areas that are sometimes*the perfect candidate for the Injectidry System!

With this system, you can trust SERVPRO of Queen Anne's, Kent & Caroline Counties to properly take care of your home! Don't hesitate to call us in case of a water emergency! 443-SERVPRO. 

*Not every water loss qualifies for the Injectidry Drying System. Situations and circumstances vary based on location, severity, timing, etc. 

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