THE DRAMATIC BENEFITS OF DIRECTED HEAT DRYING™
Faster Drying Reduces Cost
There are two phases to restoring any water loss; mitigation and reconstruction (remove and replace or repair). Mitigating a water loss costs a fraction of the cost of replacing expensive structural materials like carpet, walls, insulation, flooring, cabinets, etc. A loss that is not mitigated quickly will result in a huge increase in the cost to restore the property to a pre-loss condition.
Faster Drying Prevents Secondary Damage
If not mitigated quickly and thoroughly, water losses will continue to get worse, a condition known as secondary damage. The most important secondary damage is mold growth with its attendant health hazards and increased liability for property owners.
Other secondary damage includes swelling of wood structural materials, warping and cupping of hardwood floors, damage to other materials and contents as they are continuously exposed to moisture.
And, in gray and black water floods a whole host of disease causing viruses, bacteria and protozoa can flourish and cause very serious illnesses.
Faster Drying Means Happier Policyholders
A loss is a traumatic and often a once in a lifetime event. It is highly disruptive and results in a wide variety of negative experiences and emotions. Whether the insured is a home owner or a business owner, everyone wants to get life back to normal as quickly as possible.
A water loss can be devastating to busy homeowners, and businesses may be losing thousands of dollars per day in lost revenues.
The faster a loss is restored, the faster the homeowner or business is back to normal; furthermore, the faster you get life back to normal, the happier they'll be with your services!
Faster Drying Closes Claims Files Faster
Overloaded adjusters want to close claim files as fast as possible. By drying faster, less replacement is required, (replacement which can prolong the job for days, weeks and even months!) By drying faster, policyholders are back to normal in the shortest possible time and claim files are closed!