Dehumidifier: Commercial Applications for Use

Posted by David Allen on Nov 3, 2017

dehumidifier-commercial-applications-for-use.jpgDo you have a moisture problem in your place of work? Or, alternatively, do you work in a place with property or goods that are compromised or ruined by exposure to moisture? If you've been searching "dehumidifier commercial" online and wondering if that could help your business, learn a little bit more about who benefits from dehumidifiers and why.

Businesses needing moisture control

Many commercial spaces could benefit from the moisture control that a professional dehumidifier offers. These include:

  • Office buildings
  • Warehouses or other storage facilities
  • Retail stores
  • Pools, spas and other moisture-generating environments
  • Food or perishable goods production or storage facilities
  • School or health club gyms or locker rooms
  • Any commercial space with moisture issues or moisture-sensitive items

Basements and crawlspaces are specific areas in any type of building that may need commercial dehumidifiers. You may also be an HVAC or other contractor or a facilities manager who needs a portable commercial grade dehumidifier.

Signs of a moisture problem

Whether you need to maintain a healthy and comfortable environment, protect your product or property or control the climate in a commercial environment, dehumidifiers can help. But how do you know you have a moisture problem? Some of the signs include:

  • Mold and mildew growth
  • Condensation on pipes, windows and elsewhere
  • Flooding puddles
  • Rot, corrosion or water damage red flags
  • Heavy, musty, "basement" odors
  • Pests that are attracted to water

Before buying a commercial dehumidifier or crawlspace dehumidifier, you'll need to figure out your budget, the space you need to cover, the amount of moisture that needs to be removed, as well as any other special considerations, including whether it needs to be portable or have any other special features.

A commercial dehumidifier with pump works well for a space or situation in which a built in pump and hose can drain water without the need to empty a tank. A pool dehumidifier — one that's designed specifically to handle the moisture in a pool, spa or hot tub area — might make the most sense for your situation. Talk to a professional about the best commercial dehumidifier for your business. 

Commercial Dehumidifier Comparison Guide

For a free consultation on assessing your industrial dehumidifier needs, contact Pure n Natural.


Topics: Dehumidifiers

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