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Temporary heating required for major construction scheme

When a major construction company in Guildford required a temporary heating solution for a building project, Andrews Heat for Hire were contacted and asked to provide equipment to raise temperatures on site.

A reliable and constant supply of heating was needed during the absence of a fixed system, to ensure all works could be completed and ensure the warehouse could be opened for use as soon as possible.

An Andrews engineer conducted a survey of the area and subsequently proposed an appropriate heater hire based on the project’s requirements. Plans were then made to deliver and install a high capacity FH4000 unit.

Our technicians placed the units outside the warehouse, ducting the hot air through the units twin outlets and in through the buildings windows, to allow for work to be continued without interruption. Once operational, our heaters ensured a stable temperature was constantly maintained which ensured all applications were fitted and dried without issue.

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