Freeze drying is usually something that homeowners don't think about much. Although some foods are freeze-dried before they're sold in the store, you probably only experience freeze drying at home as "freezer burn," an uncontrolled drying-out and toughening of the delicious foods you were trying to keep fresh. However, in some situations, you can actually use this drying effect to your advantage. Here's how freeze drying can help a water damaged book, such as one that got rained on or that you dropped in a puddle.
Hardwood floors are gorgeous, but they're also particularly susceptible to water damage. Hardwood flooring warps, swells and stains when exposed to too much water. Thankfully, water-damaged hardwood floors are able to be repaired in most cases. Dry The Boards Out Your first step in order to save your hardwood flooring is to dry the floor out. If your boards have gotten drenched, with every minute that goes by the boards swell and warp a little more.
Mould can promote rot in your home, as well as present a health risk. Thus, as soon as you find that you have a mould problem, you need to begin the process of removing the infestation. If you have multiple rooms that are affected, you may have no other choice than to call a mould removal service. On the other hand, if you only have a small problem, then you can probably take care of the problem on your own.