There’s no good time for water damage in your home but winter has some unique characteristics that can make drying pretty difficult. Although the air is very dry, it’s not able to hold much moisture and all the cold surfaces around can make condensation and secondary damage a real challenge.
It’s best to hire a professional who has the proper equipment and training to set up and monitor the drying process safely and thoroughly so you don’t find problems down the line.
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