New build properties often suffer with moisture retention and water damage as a result. With various wet trades and humidity retaining materials in use, care needs to be taken with the overall moisture and humidity levels within the building.
Adding to this natural weather patterns, it’s easy to see how rain, snow and frost can increase moisture levels to structures which are not yet weatherproof. Certain building materials, such as concrete, take a long time to dry out as they retain a lot of moisture.
Careful and strategic dehumidification throughout and after the building process can help prevent trapped moisture and subsequent damage, such as mould growth. With our industry leading technology, we can ensure that the most effective dehumidification process is put in place for your exact needs.
And with remote monitoring, we can be sure to stop it at exactly the right time, reducing costs and delays. We are also able to remotely control the dehumidification process in the way of increasing and decreasing the temperature in relation to the current relative humidity, as not to risk damage to susceptible building materials.
With moisture surveys also available, you can rest assured that we’ll get your building to exactly the right conditions.
For more information on our construction drying service or to receive your free estimate, contact us today.