We hear you. We know it can be an inconvenience, but, the concept of monitoring equipment everyday is one of the most important things that we do for your home during the dry-out process.
But why exactly? It is important because we are observing how the structure is reacting to our equipment. Monitoring helps us decide if we need to take further action, or if the current plan of action is getting the job done correctly.
During this process, we are taking readings in order to determine if adjustments need to be made, because, until the home is dry, mold has the possibility to take hold. IRS wants to do everything possible to avoid this potential problem.
Dehumidifiers and fans can be noisy, and sometimes get in the way of resuming your normal life after a disaster invades your home. However, it’s important to allow the equipment to run until we determine that your home’s moisture levels are back to acceptable levels.
Why is this? Until the moisture levels inside your home are below an acceptable level, mold growth is a real possibility, and (in some cases where equipment is not allowed to run properly), a reality.
Trust our knowledge and expertise. IRS is your locally-based neighbor; your home and its’ contents are important to us because they are important to you.