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After fire suppression methods like sprinklers or fire hoses are activated, the water causes damages, such as flooding, warping, structural issues, and potentially mold. Dehumidification is an important part of post-fire recovery. ATI has the experience and the technology to efficiently remove the moisture in the affected areas of your home to prevent potential issues (such as structural damage) and get your family’s home back to normal quickly.

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ATI’s disaster recovery experts have access to the best, most comprehensive dehumidification tools in the industry. We dry and dehumidify your home to address the water left behind after a fire has been put out by using negative air machines, industrial dehumidifiers, air movers, and other humidity controls.

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Most building materials, like drywall and wood, are porous and can retain a significant amount of moisture. This causes materials to warp, swell, break down, and/or encourage mold growth. Using tools like hygrometers to help determine the humidity level in the facility, ATI technicians craft a custom plan to implement dehumidification systems and moisture control that will improve indoor air quality by manipulating the temperature and humidity. We use industrial air movers and dehumidifiers to accelerate evaporation behind the walls, beneath the floors, and in other hard-to-access areas. Moisture monitoring equipment is also used to ensure acceptable moisture levels and that drying goals are reached. 

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