Floor Joist Drying Used when drying insulation in floor joists or framed constructions.

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Floor Joist Drying

  • Used when drying insulation in floor joists or framed constructions.
This is a service for:
  • Business customers

  • Domestic customers

Following a flood or escape of water, we understand just how important it is to start the drying process as soon as possible. If left too long, or done insufficiently, then further problems caused by damp can develop, along with mould growth.

So how do you dry insulation in floor joists or a framed construction?

Utilising a combination of dehumidifiers and low pressure fans, our floor joist drying service allows for the movement of large quantities of dry air. As one of the most effective ways of drying insulation in floor joists, you can rest assured in the knowledge that we’ll have you back up and running as normal in minimal time, even after the most disastrous of floods.

The process is simple and unintrusive. Large amounts of dry air is pushed into hard to reach places by customisable hoses, all the while controllable by a hydrostat. The aim is to create a large spread of dry air within the construction, allowing the entire framework to dry.

And with remote monitoring technology, we can control, adjust and report on progress without the need to visit site. This keeps costs and inconvenience at a minimum, without jeopardising the speed and effectiveness of the process.

Contact us today to discuss how we can help.

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    Floor Joist Drying

    Following a flood or escape of water, we understand just how important it is to start the drying process as soon as possible. If left too long, or done insufficiently, then further problems caused by damp can develop, along with mould growth.

    So how do you dry insulation in floor joists or a framed construction?

    Utilising a combination of dehumidifiers and low pressure fans, our floor joist drying service allows for the movement of large quantities of dry air. As one of the most effective ways of drying insulation in floor joists, you can rest assured in the knowledge that we’ll have you back up and running as normal in minimal time, even after the most disastrous of floods.

    The process is simple and unintrusive. Large amounts of dry air is pushed into hard to reach places by customisable hoses, all the while controllable by a hydrostat. The aim is to create a large spread of dry air within the construction, allowing the entire framework to dry.

    And with remote monitoring technology, we can control, adjust and report on progress without the need to visit site. This keeps costs and inconvenience at a minimum, without jeopardising the speed and effectiveness of the process.

    Contact us today to discuss how we can help.

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