The flooding was causing sizable mold and mildew harm

We had a late summer time storm and it rained for 3 days… During that time, the town gained nearly 5 inches of rain.

The basement of my condo was under 8 inches of water after my friend and I had the rain; Everything seemed to seep into the condo and pile up on the floor.

I had to contact a plumber because the sump pump in the basement was congested and not working constantly. The plumber fixed the pump so all of the water would drain, but he didn’t honestly do anything about the fact that there was mold and mildew. All of the mold and mildew harm was going to cause a lot of complications if my friend and I didn’t do something to remediate the troubles suddenly. I went to the hardware store and I bought a dehumidifier. The dehumidifier was fancy, but it was the only way that I could think of getting rid of all the moisture downstairs. I clogged the machine into the wall on the north side of the basement. There is a sink close to that side of the basement and I needed a place to drain the dehumidifier, however when I clogged in the machine, the moisture levels downstairs were around 86%. The levels went down every single day as long as I continued to run the dehumidifier. On the second day, the indoor humidity levels were 72%. On the third day they went down to 72% and on the 5th day, moisture levels inside of the condo were only at 45%. The dehumidifier helped save us thousands of dollars in fancy repairs.


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