Air Flow

If you’ve been following our blog we recently covered evaporation potential. Now we’re going to learn about air flow. Air flow uses our knowledge of evaporation potential to help us remove water safely and quickly. Getting the air to move in an area effected by water damage may seem like a simple thing to do, … Continued

End of 2013

So it’s the end of 2013. It’s been a great year. We’ve accomplished a lot and have a long ways to go. Here are some things that happened at The Flood Team that you may not have known about. We’d like to share them as our holiday letter. First and foremost we helped a ton … Continued

Evaporation Potential

As promised we’re going to talk about evaporation potential today. Evaporation Potential is key to drying your home. We work with evaporation potential on a daily basis to help get people’s lives back to normal. So what is evaporation potential? Evaporation potential is a formula that gives a value to the difference between vapor pressure … Continued

Busted Pipes

This week we were going to talk about evaporation potential, but considering the cold snap of weather that has hit us we wanted to talk about another topic. So evaporation potential will have to wait till next week. Instead today we’ll be talking about busted pipes. Did you know that busted pipes account for a … Continued

Free Water & Bound Water

Free water, bound water and water vapor are the topic of today’s blog. When it comes to water damage there are three ways that water exists in wood. How the water is contained will determine how it is removed. Let’s start with free water. Free water is in a liquid phase that exists within the … Continued

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