Albany, NY, June 17, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Temporary Heating Technologies, has added a new division to the company targeting the residential water restoration market. This new division will offer a full line of water restoration equipment for rental and consultation to those homeowners willing to do some of the work themselves as well as guidance and consultation to do the work properly. “Many homeowners are willing to do much of the work themselves but do not have the industry expertise to remove the water and humidity properly to prevent mold growth,” says owner and founder, Brian Blake. “With the latest equipment from Dri Eaz in our rental fleet, Temporary Heating Technologies can make these simple to use products available to homeowners.”
The new low grain refrigerant dehumidifiers from Dri Eaz give a digital readout of the temperature and relative humidity of the air going in and going out of the unit letting the homeowner know exactly where they are at all times regarding humidity levels. In addition, they also offer the newest HEPA air filtration units from Dri Eaz to trap particles down to .03 microns that may become airborn during cleanup that could potentially pose a health risk if inhaled by someone who is sensitive to mold and dust. Getting the water out and getting the relative humidity under 60% as quickly as possible is the best way to prevent mold growth.
In addition to these products, Temporary Heating Technologies carries a full line of portable generators, pumps, temporary heating equipment and wet vacuums allowing the homeowner to remove the water and humidity under any condition. Also if repairs are needed and with 22 years of construction industry contacts, Temporary Heating Technologies will be able to put the homeowner directly in touch with a contractor who can best suit their needs (carpentry, sheetrock, electrical, mechanical, etc.) at industry competitive prices saving the homeowner money.
Temporary Heating Technologies,
8 Railroad Ave,
Albany, New York.