Many people have a dehumidifier in their home to reduce the moisture in the air and give them relief from health ailments such as allergies and asthma. Although there are many home models that are efficient at removing the moisture from the home that irritates respiratory passages, some home and industrial settings call for a more powerful commercial dehumidifier to do a fast and effective job. These units are designed to remove larger volumes of water than standard home dehumidifiers and they work in large areas. Instead of improving air quality under normal confined conditions, they are often brought into a setting where standing water could result in damage to the structure and/or harm to the inhabitants from the growth of mold including open settings where greater power is required.
The use of a dehumidifier may be for an ongoing situation or to remove moisture from some type of unexpected leak or flood. The length of time the unit will be used will determine whether the company is at an advantage to buy the appropriate unit for their ongoing needs or to rent a professional quality commercial humidifier to get the best results for their temporary needs. In some cases, the dehumidifier may need to be used in combination with other water removal equipment to get the best results.
Some businesses manufacture or sell items that are sensitive to moisture. They may be at risk from any significant degree of moisture in the air. In some cases, the musty smell that occurs when the products become damp is all that it takes to make their products useless or, at the very least, less valuable. A commercial dehumidifier has the capacity to remove water from the air over a large area to protect products that the business sells or uses in their operations. There are many applications that demand the power of a commercial humidifier including:
Some home owners don’t feel that the residential dehumidifiers available have the power or capacity to do the thorough job they need for their home. This is especially true when additional moisture has been introduced into the home that can cause damage to the floors, dry walls, and downstairs ceilings if it is not thoroughly dried. A commercial dehumidifier can do more and will typically last longer. However, homeowners should realize that purchasing a commercial model is going to be larger, noisier, and a lot more expensive to buy. Unless they need ongoing moisture removal for their home on a large capacity, renting a commercial humidifier will allow them to get the best results from using the best equipment at a fraction of the cost of purchasing a unit outright. Renting allows you to get the best possible results for the specific job without buying a piece of equipment that you probably won’t need again. A bonus is that you have the professional help in choosing the right machine for the job.