Advanced Restoration Corp. has been in business for over 20 years. In that time we have seen the evolution of moisture meters in the water damage mitigation industry. Through much trial and error with different brands and types of moisture meters over the years we have fine tuned our moisture detection equipment to utilize the best the industry has to offer.
Advanced Restoration Corp. has chosen to stock our Project Managers and Emergency Response Teams with the finest selection of moisture meters and moisture measuring instruments that are vital to any water damage mitigation.
Moisture meters are necessary on EVERY water damage to find the answers to these very important questions:
- What Is Wet?
- How Wet Is It?
- Is Equipment Working Properly?
- Is It Dry?
We Utilize Every Tool In Our Toolbox
Advanced Restoration Corp. has many valuable tools at their disposal to detect moisture inside a structure. They all should be utilized to get an accurate assessment of the moisture intrusion and extent of water damaged building materials.
Thermal Imaging shows temperature differences in building materials. It does not show what is wet. Moisture Meters ALWAYS are used in conjunction with our thermal imaging cameras to confirm the presence of moisture hidden in building materials.
We Utilize Our Moisture Meters To:
Take relative humidity and temperature readings and apply psychrometric calculations in order to determine the specific humidity of the structure in various locations, including outside air and the exhaust of the dehumidification equipment.
Monitor the specific humidity levels to make sure our equipment is running properly, the ambient humdity levels continue to decrease in our drying chamber and we are not causing any secondary damage by accidentally increasing the humdity level (installation of air movers) without the proper dehumidification.
Take moisture content readings from various building materials and in a multitude of locations to determine the extent of the water damage and the progress of the drying of the building materials throughout the drying process.
This would also include getting a dry standard moisture content measurements of known building materials from other locations in the structure so we can use a comparison of measurements in finding out what is the normal moisture content if these building materials had not been saturated with water.
All these measurements are recorded and updated daily so that we will have accurate information to know when the drying process is complete.