The Benefits of Dehumidification


When your home or business suffers water damage following a flood or a storm, you will want to hire a professional for water removal as soon as possible. However, just because the visible water has been removed from your property doesn’t mean the issue has been solved. For serious water damage, you will also want to hire a Florida property restoration company for dehumidification service.

The process of drying materials to acceptable levels following a water-related disaster, dehumidification is a key part of property recovery. Especially in a state like Florida, where humidity levels are already so high, it is important to hire an expert that knows how to thoroughly dehumidify your house or business from top to bottom. Luckily, our Fort Myers property restoration pros at FP Property Restoration have everything you need when it comes to dehumidification.

The benefits of dehumidification include:

  • Stops mold growth: Mold thrives in dark, damp, humid environments. That’s why after water-related disasters, you often experience mold growth on your property. Dehumidification stops mold from growing, protecting the people in your home or business from potentially breathing in dangerous mycotoxins.
  • Speeds up structural drying: Structural drying is another key part of getting rid of water damage. The dehumidification process speeds this up, protecting the structural integrity of your commercial or residential property and making it safer for people to return to it sooner rather than later.
  • Measures overall humidity levels: At FP Property Restoration, technicians use hygrometers during dehumidification on all jobs to measure the overall humidity of your property. This not only allows us to provide you accurate measurements as your property dries, but can give you a picture of how prone your home or business is to being humid overall, and which parts are the biggest culprits.

At FP Property Restoration, our Fort Myers restoration experts come equipped with every size dehumidifier for a range or property types. Call us 24/7 for emergencies at (888) 408-2335, or click here to contact us online.

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