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Excess moisture in your home is more than just a discomfort—it’s a potential breeding ground for mold and a catalyst for long-term structural damage. ATI Restoration’s residential dehumidification services are designed to address this concern effectively, restoring comfort and safety to your home in the shortest amount of time possible.
Our water damage restoration technicians are certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), ensuring they are trained in the latest and most effective dehumidification techniques. Whether you’re dealing with the aftermath of a flood, a burst pipe, or simply live in an area with high humidity, we have the experience and technology to resolve your moisture issues.
If your home is experiencing excess moisture, contact ATI Restoration right away. We are available 24/7/365 to quickly dispatch a team of qualified technicians to assess your situation and develop a tailored dehumidification plan. Your comfort and safety are our top priorities.
In addition to homeowners, ATI Restoration offers specialized dehumidification services for businesses and commercial properties nationwide. Learn more about our commercial dehumidification services.
Founded in 1989, ATI Restoration has become an industry leader in restoring residential properties impacted by excess moisture and water damage. We bring unparalleled experience to every dehumidification project, making us a top choice among homeowners and insurance professionals alike.
The complications of high moisture levels—be it from flooding, leaks, or just persistent dampness—are numerous and potentially severe. It may feel overwhelming to consider the technical aspects of dehumidification, but you’re not alone; ATI Restoration is here to guide you through every step. Our commitment is to restore your home to its original state—or even better—with experience and superior craftsmanship.
Our advanced dehumidification solutions are backed by years of industry knowledge and field experience. Coupled with our steadfast dedication to exceptional customer service, we offer a seamless restoration experience you can trust. Our team consists of highly skilled, IICRC-certified technicians from a variety of building trades, supported by a customer relations team committed to transparent and frequent communication from start to finish.
Whether you live in a standalone home, a condominium, or a townhouse, excess moisture is a problem that won’t go away on its own. With ATI Restoration’s 24-Hour Emergency Response, we’re ready to act quickly, restoring your property and helping you return to normal without delay.
Our residential dehumidification services start with the initial assessment. With the assistance of advanced moisture mapping technology, our IICRC-certified technicians will perform a comprehensive evaluation of your property—including those areas that are hidden. This allows us to tailor a dehumidification plan designed to address your unique needs. This may include:
Our team uses specialized pumps, wet/dry vacuums, and other water extraction tools to remove any standing water and immediately reduce moisture levels.
We place industrial-grade dehumidifiers strategically throughout your home to lower overall structural humidity. These machines are calibrated to ensure optimal moisture removal, targeting a relative humidity below 50%.
As dehumidifiers work, the dry air helps evaporate moisture from wet materials—walls, floors, and even furniture—speeding up the drying process and minimizing the risk of mold growth, contents damage, and structural decay.
We employ fans and air movers to promote uniform drying throughout your home, ensuring that all affected areas are reached by the dry air generated through the dehumidification process.
Our residential dehumidification services are monitored in real-time. By continuously measuring moisture levels, we can adjust our approach when needed. This ensures that your home reaches and maintains a desirable humidity range.
Following dehumidification, additional services may be needed to fully restore your home and its contents. These may include:
Our Fast-Track Reconstruction protocol streamlines the permitting process and filing of insurance claims. This ensures that no matter what services are needed, we can help cut red tape to simplify the process and hasten your return to normal.
In most cases, dehumidification takes anywhere from 1 to 5 days. Here are some key elements that can impact the timeline:
Our IICRC-certified technicians have the tools and experience necessary to fully assess water damage and provide an accurate timeline for dehumidification. We are dedicated to restoring comfort and cleanliness to your home in the shortest possible amount of time.
The presence of excess moisture in a home poses a potential hazard that can lead to serious structural problems and health risks. Structural dehumidification is an essential part of safeguarding the integrity of your home.
Acting swiftly is important to help:
Unchecked moisture provides an ideal breeding ground for mold and mildew. These things can compromise the structural integrity of your home and pose serious health risks. Mold spores can trigger allergic reactions, respiratory issues, and other health problems—even in otherwise healthy individuals. Certain types of mold, like black mold, can even produce toxic substances that are extremely harmful if inhaled or ingested.
The longer moisture issues are left unresolved, the more likely it is that additional problems will arise. For example, a small leak can lead to dampened wood, which can then become a breeding ground for mold and pests like termites, setting off a chain reaction of damage that could have been prevented by prompt dehumidification.
With a network of over 60 regional locations, ATI Restoration is available 24/7/365 to address all your residential dehumidification needs.
It is possible to reduce excess indoor humidity without the aid of a dehumidifier. However, the success of these methods is impacted by:
The climate of the area where your home is located has a substantial impact. If you’re situated in a dry, arid climate, natural evaporation may be sufficient to reduce indoor humidity. If you’re in a humid area, your options are much more limited.
Keep in mind that seasonality can also influence indoor humidity levels. For example, winter air is typically drier, which may help in natural dehumidification, whereas summer months might exacerbate the issue due to higher external humidity levels.
The building’s design can influence the rate of natural dehumidification. Buildings that allow for ample airflow from outside—through windows, doors, and other openings—might see quicker evaporation of indoor moisture, particularly if the external air is dry.
Using natural methods provides less control over the rate and efficiency of the dehumidification process. As a result, it’s harder to maintain consistent indoor humidity levels, which could lead to longer-term issues like mold growth or structural damage.
Attempting to control humidity through natural means is generally not the most efficient or reliable method. For consistent and effective humidity control, especially in cases of water damage or persistent moisture issues, investing in a professional dehumidification service is often the best course of action.
When it comes to safeguarding your home from the damage and discomfort of excess moisture, ATI Restoration is here to help. We blend the efficiency of a large-scale operation with the personal care of a family-run business. We keep you informed throughout the entire dehumidification process and are always available to address any concerns or questions.
Your satisfaction and safety are our top priorities. We offer:
Time is critical when dealing with moisture issues. That's why we're on-call 24/7/365, offering a rapid response to your urgent needs.
Our technicians are highly qualified, backed by extensive training and multiple certifications, ensuring your property is in the best hands.
Established in 1989, our team has handled every type of moisture-related issue, offering time-tested solutions for your home.
From initial assessment to final drying, we handle permitting and work closely with insurance providers to simplify the process.
We utilize the latest technology, from moisture meters to advanced dehumidifiers, for efficient and effective moisture removal.
We’re committed to delivering exceptional service and results, aiming not just to meet but exceed your expectations in all that we do.
ATI Restoration understands the gravity of excessive moisture in the home. We are committed to offering timely and effective residential dehumidification services. Available around the clock, every day of the year, our seasoned technicians are prepared to assist you in stabilizing your indoor environment.
Don’t let excess moisture compromise your quality of life or the structural integrity of your home. Call or contact us online for immediate assistance. Our 24-Hour Emergency Response service ensures that help is just a call away, whenever you need it. With our extensive network of 60+ regional offices nationwide, we’re always within reach and ready to restore your property and your peace of mind.
ATI’s professional dehumidification services may include an evaluation of the building’s moisture using moisture meters. Once the team has evaluated moisture levels, a customized dehumidification plan is established. The dehumidification process may include various tools during multiple phases, including negative air machines, industrial dehumidifiers, air movers, fans, etc. As the building dries, the team measures moisture to ensure a completely dry environment. Following dehumidification, the team works with you in implementing best practices that prevent moisture in the future.
Dehumidification times vary but typically range from 1-5 days. More time may be needed depending on the level of damage, environmental humidity levels, and whether the building requires extensive water extraction. The timeline can also depend on the building’s location and the season.
Contact your disaster recovery firm immediately to begin water extraction. The longer water sits, the more damage it will cause and the more likely you’ll experience excess moisture in your building long-term.
Yes, but it will depend on your building’s geographic location and whether the humidity in your building has access to the outside. Evaporation is possible if you are in a warm, dry climate and your building’s indoor air is easily conditioned by outside air via windows, doors and other openings. This method tends to be significantly longer, and not a very reliable, drying process.