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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

All You Need to Know About Our Dehumidifiers

Dehumidifiers are one of the essential elements in managing moisture damage in a residence. These link the environmental moisture created by strategically placed air movers and entirely remove and regulate this humidity. Our team typically uses two types of these helpful tools in water restoration work: desiccants and low-grain refrigerants. These professional-grade machines are more powerful than consumer-grade dehumidifiers that you can purchase in stores, providing consistent, effective production.

Estimator Joe Hoff walks you through a bit of information about the heavily used low-grain refrigerant models. The advantage of using these units in conditions we might experience around Montrose and Telluride is that refrigerant dehumidifiers can work to lower ambient temperatures more than desiccant alternatives. This makes keeping the work area overly warm less of a priority for responding professionals. 

Effective Moisture Management 

As you might see in this short clip, an advantage of these units is that the water is completely contained and managed through a small reservoir on the machine and a discharge line connected to a nearby drain. This system allows for multiple dehumidification units to be in place across several property rooms to simultaneously limit relative humidity percentages and continue to encourage steady drying production from air movers positioned to address wet materials.

Post-Drying Cleanup

Our dehumidifiers can swiftly gain RH-targeted percentages so that we can turn to surface cleaning and deodorization. Look at some of our proprietary cleaning agents stored on the shelves near the display refrigerant model.