Capable of handling up to 75 litres of liquid per hour, these powerful units offer high levels of drying power on 110V or 230V electrical power supplies
Facilities managers have wide and varied requirements for dehumidification equipment. These include drying out offices or buildings following a flood or water damage, keeping vacant buildings dry to prevent the build-up of mould and avoid condensation damage, or by helping to keep document stores and basements moisture free. Damp and humid conditions can create many problems, but Andrews Dehumidifier hire can provide a solution.
At Andrews, we understand the role of facilities managers and the day-to-day obligations you are expected to fulfil. With a whole range of responsibilities including general infrastructure, organisation and managing the people on your premises, we appreciate that selecting dehumidifiers poses another time-consuming process. That’s why we vow to guide you through this issue, with site surveys, delivery and even installation all factions of our service.
As the UK’s leading specialist hire company, we guarantee to supply the very best equipment and service all year round. With rapid delivery to any location in the country, we offer our customers complimentary on site surveys. Our expert engineers will provide you with professional advice on all aspects of dehumidification, with recommendations offered regarding the suitability of equipment to your situation.
We have the industry’s most extensive range of drying units and are constantly bringing new innovations to market - ensuring all humidity control requirements are easily managed. Our units will be delivered to your premises within 4 hours of receiving your order, meaning high moisture levels in your environment can be tackled almost immediately. Once our dehumidifiers have been installed and commissioned, we will continue to support you and help you measure humidity levels throughout the hire period.
Our specialists nationwide will direct you towards the best drying solution based on years of experience and training in the field. We will design packages tailored to meet specific requirements, meaning every feasible need can be accommodated.
At Andrews, we understand the intense pressure facilities managers can endure in the event of a client’s building flooding. Water damage can represents a major threat to continued operation, with offices and shops sometimes facing months of inaction. High humidity levels within buildings can also directly lead to damage of interior surfaces and increase the likelihood of hazardous mould growth.
This is where Andrews can come to the rescue, by providing dehumidifiers and ventilation equipment to your site immediately, enabling you to start the restoration process and get your property back to full operation as quick as possible. Our emergency service allows us to deliver 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks of the year. Regardless of the size of area affected, from a small room to an entire building, we can provide a solution.
We have work with the majority of the UK’s leading facilities management companies, providing on-site consultancy, dehumidifying units and reliable advice in all situations. In recent years, critical flood recovery projects have been executed across numerous sectors including offices, hospitals, schools and apartment blocks.
If buildings are left unoccupied for long periods of time, air quality will deteriorate and the interior atmosphere will become damp and smelly. By putting a dehumidifier on each floor of your client’s premises, condensation will be eliminated, allowing a fresh, dry environment to be maintained - even during an extended spell of vacancy. This solution represents a far cheaper and more effective alternative to simply leaving heating on throughout premises, saving both energy and money.
Our wide range of portable, compact refrigerant and desiccant dehumidifiers provide the user with a large capacity for moisture removal for premises of all sizes. At Andrews, we appreciate the cost of maintaining a building in good condition, we often provide cost effective solutions to prevent damp humid conditions causing damage to carpets, fixtures and furnishings.
Repercussions of ineffective drying systems include the growth of mould or even damage to the fabric of the building, which is why we building managers should always consider using dehumidifying equipment if a building is to be left empty for a prolonged period of time. Call us now on 0800 211 611 to discuss our service, or complete an enquiry form so one of our contact team can follow up your query.
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Our high performance refrigerant models can remove up to 980 litres of moisture per day, using an evaporator and condenser system
Providing low levels of humidity in specialist applications, our desiccant dehumidifiers are perfect for drying hazardous areas or locations with restricted access