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Restoration of a structure and its contents after a flood or other types of water intrusion doesn’t start with letting those materials dry — it starts with making those materials dry. Moisture needs to be removed completely from the surfaces and the interior of any materials that are to be restored. For that to happen completely — and quickly enough to enable proper restoration — we can’t just focus on drying objects and materials. We have to work with dry air, as well.

Choice Property Restoration makes use of a variety of state-of-the-art dehumidifiers in order to create an environment that allows and encourages proper and thorough drying. This isn’t just a matter of turning on a machine and leaving it to do the work, either — smart dehumidifying means knowing how to measure and optimize the temperature and humidity in a room to achieve optimum levels for proper drying, without contributing to the secondary damage that often results from flooding and water penetration. That means using the right tools, in the right way, for the right job.

Choice Property Restoration Uses State Of The Art Tools

For flood cleanup and restoration, Choice Property Restoration technicians use specialized digital thermo-hygrometers to measure the space’s humidity and temperature and to calculate the specific humidity, dew point (the point at which vapors will condense) and vapor pressure. This guides the tools we use and the way we use them.

Depending on your individual needs and circumstances, Choice Property Restoration technicians will likely use one of the three primary types of dehumidifiers on your restoration work:

Conventional refrigerant dehumidifiers
These use evaporation coils to lower the heat of surrounding air and condense and remove its moisture.

Low-grain refrigerant dehumidifiers
These work similarly to conventional refrigerant dehumidifiers, in that they make use of evaporation coils to cool surrounding air, but air is circulated more completely, allowing for more thorough cooling, more complete condensation in the unit and ultimately, dryer air in the room. Low-grain dehumidifiers are particularly useful when we’re working with higher temperatures, where a conventional refrigerant dehumidifier wouldn’t be able to adequately cool and dry the air.

Desiccant dehumidifiers
These are highly effective tools, which use a drying desiccant material to draw moisture out of the air. (You’ll be familiar with desiccant materials from those silica gel packs you find in boxes of new shoes.)

Removing moisture from the air is just the start — we make sure we’re aware of any moisture issues before and after dehumidifying, using state-of-the-art moisture detection processes and tools, including thermal imaging cameras, pin-less moisture meters, pin-type moisture meters and hydro sensors.

If water has made its way into your home or business, call Choice Property Restoration — we’re here to “respond in a heartbeat”!


Drying out your property is a big part of our flood cleanup efforts and we know how to do it right and do it as quickly as is possible. Call on us today.

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