Water disfigure causes excess humidity in the house

Several mornings ago, a really sizable tornado touchdown in the area.

My family and I were lucky, because our house was spared from major damage.

We did have some excessive disfigure to the garage and study room, and a sizable tree fell on the corner of the house; It just missed the study room where the teenagers were sleeping soundly. My spouse and I guess how lucky all of us were like the tree only hit the study room and garage. It’s going to take several mornings for us to hire a corporation and get all of the work done. In the meantime, there is a fairly sizable hole in the house. We have the disfigure covered with tarps, however there is still a lot of heat and moisture in the house. We have no way to control the amount of warm air, so all all of us can do is confrontation the heat and humidity… The insurance dealer gave us with more than one dehumidifiers to place in the area. The dehumidifiers are really sizable and they are loud. We have 1 of them in the garage and another sitting in the study room. We turn off the dehumidifier during breakfast, because it always scares the teenagers. It is truly loud, however it does the task, then since the insurance dealer brought us more than one dehumidifiers, the indoor air pollen levels has changed significantly. A lot of the moisture is gone. The levels are getting lower every day, and all of us will eventually be able to fix the hole and patch up all of the disfigure, then until then, this is the best all of us can hope for.

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