How it works

Evaporation is the key to drying wet homes or buildings. Environmental Consulting Group, Inc knows from proven studies that more than 90% of the water can be removed by a thorough extraction, leaving a stubborn small percentage to be removed by drying equipment. Depending on the situation and material involved, most restoration contractors report on average 3-5 day dry times using conventional methods such as air movement and dehumidification, rapidly increasing expenses and repairs. At ECG we are committed to shorten the drying process in order to get your lives back to normal as quickly as possible. Using TES we report 1-2 day averages on drying times and minor repairs if any at all, eliminating a massive mitigation other contractors commonly instigate. After the initial extraction of water we continue by strategically placing our Heat Exchangers in designated positions determined early on by the initial inspection. We then calculate the cubic feet of each area, and the amount of moisture currently present in the air to determine the amount and position of high velocity professional air exchangers (Dryers.) Because we raise the indoor temperature dramatically, we can in some cases eliminate the need for dehumidifiers but we still need to remove the moisture from the air somehow. Therefore we provide a safe and secure place for evacuating the saturated air, normally out a window, using specially designed moisture withdraw system (Evac-system). The Evac System combines a ducting tube, a temperature controller, and an air exchanger. Based on calculations and the application of the “Reets Drying Method” we determine the proper settings for the Evac system. With consistent Monitoring and adjustments we shorten the time it takes to achieve our goal of reaching a dry standard.