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How to Clean A Carpet and Dry with a Dehumidifier

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There are essential steps that you need to take to dry out a carpet after a flood or tap leak. A wet carpet can breed molds and mildew. This phenomenon happens when the weather is humid. Also, the carpet may have stood in water for more than 48 hours.

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How a Dehumidifier can Help in Water Damage Restoration

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After floods water removal, the walls and the floor of your home may look dry. This appearance should not convince you that your house is now dry. Drywalls and woods are porous therefore retain a great deal of water. This water retention can cause wood to break down or mold damage.

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7 Potential Health Risks of a Humid Environment

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You may have heard the word ‘Humidity’ for the first time during your early school days. It was such a time when you learned, ‘The higher you go, the cooler it becomes.’ The opposite of this environmental slogan is ‘The lower you go, the hotter it becomes!’ Coastal regions are mostly associated with humid temperature because of the effects of the sea. A mention of coast region helps you understand what humid environment feels. Factors like flooding and house leakages can also cause wet conditions in our homes during rainy seasons. Humidity makes the temperature feel hot as our sweat...

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Floor Drying solution for Kitchen Room

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The kitchen is a unique space in your home or hotel. A dry floor is an essential feature for both commercial and home kitchens. Kitchen floors are prone to wetness, an aspect that creates a health hazard to you. There are various causes of a damp kitchen floor and include tap leakage, fluid spills, sink splashes while washing dishes and kitchen roof leakage when it is raining. In your home, you will find that there are many users of the kitchen and some are unexpected. Children will hide in the kitchen during their hide-and-seek game and pets will run through...

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Basement Floor Drying Solutions

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Moisture in the basement is a common problem and is mostly overlooked. Basement being a space that is seldom used may not appear an enormous issue. However, basements are always connected to the rest of the house through ductwork and other openings. In some instances, cellars are used as living or bedroom spaces. From Where Does the Moisture in the Basement Come? There are two significant sources of water or moisture in the basement. The first source is indoor humidity which condenses on cold surfaces. The second is water or water vapor that comes from outside the building. For instance,...

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