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Flooding water deals enormous damage to a building. However, the worst of the damage is often not caused directly by the flooding itself.
Once the standing water has been removed, moisture will still exist in areas such as fiberglass insulation, drywall, carpeting, and within the structural wood.
If this moisture is not dried and removed completely, it will encourage mold growth behind the walls and in enclosed cavities (closets, wall voids, cabinets, crawl spaces) within the building.
Other Types Of Humidity Damage
In addition to mold growth, building humidity will also enhance the growth of allergenic dust mites and health-compromising bacteria.
The dark, humid environment also provides an ideal habitat for a wide variety of pests, including cockroaches, termites, carpenter ants, rodents, wood-boring beetles, and some species of cricket.
If mold is allowed to grow, it can lead to severe damages to property values. In one study of toxic mold, the average discount for an affected property was a 59% decrease in value.
Humidity Control & Drying Services
Mold begins to grow almost immediately when there is sufficient temperature, moisture, and organic material present for mold to eat.
Additionally, long-term moisture in a building will lead to a variety of other serious problems, including warping wood, blistering paint, odors, and damaged electrical components of the home.
Saturated building materials may also release hazardous chemicals and gasses. If your home is experiencing flooding, it's vitally important that drying begins as soon as possible.
For a free written humidity control & drying quote in your area, call or e-mail us today! We provide services to structures of all types -- commercial, municipal, and residential.
Our service area includes New Haven, Hartford, Stamford, Norwalk, New Rochelle, Springfield and many nearby areas, including West Hartford, Bristol, Meriden, Hamden, Manchester, West Haven, Waterbury and the surrounding regions.