Congratulations to Michigan companies Broadco and Extreme Supplies on the purchase of a Diesel 500 and Diesel 330 unit respectively. Broadco is working on the east coast with theirs and Extreme added our unit to their rental fleet to replace another brand unit that had failed.
Call Extreme Supplies to rent their brand new 330 unit at 1-866-287-6080.
Congratulations to the Belfor Pennsylvania office on the purchase of their new DrySmart Diesel 500 unit. Word is they are going straight into the fray to help Hurricane Sandy victims in New York dry out. You have the right machine for the job!
DrySmart is now taking orders for our 330 and 500 models for delivery at Christmas. A great machine for the winter season surge of business. Get those frozen homes dried out in 1 to 2 days!
Now is the time for business owners to plan for equipment purchases for this coming winter water damage season. Owners and purchasers need to know where their supplies and emergency orders will come from when the big freeze hits. With the lean summer, most companies haven’t been purchasing in small increments this past year. So it is important to know where to turn for emergency water damage drying equipment when the time arrives. For larger purchases such as a DrySmart 330 or DrySmart 500, planning for lead time needs to take place. With a 5 week order cycle, buyers need to place orders in November to have their unit delivered by freeze season. Fortunately, DrySmart also offers a rental network of companies who are prepared to dry buildings on a short notice. This is an excellent option for smaller companies that aren’t quite ready to purchase a DrySmart 330 just yet.
Here is hoping for a good business cycle in winter 2013! Plan for it!
Congrats to American Builders in Monroe Michigan, the newest owners of a DrySmart Diesel 330 structural drying machine. At $27,900, the 330 is the best value for the drying power it delivers. Well done.
DrySmart is drying a home that had a fire. The house was soaked from the fire department, and DrySmart was called in to dry the structure, prevent mold, and save 3 rooms of hardwood flooring. After 24 hours on the job, the flooring is progressing nicely. It is expected that the floor will meet a dry standard after no more than 72 hours. All this is being achieved with no power to the home and a sizable hole in the roof, which is covered with a tarp.
The DrySmart Diesel 500 is available for purchase or rent. Call 734-660-7367 for details.
DrySmart’s new electric and diesel powered model 330 unit is on the job today! Our newest model combines affordability with excellent drying power and quiet operation.
Diesel 330 on the job
DrySmart will be demonstrating our Diesel 500 convection heat drying unit at the HydroLab north of Indianapolis on February 15th. From there we will be making stops in Indiana and Illinois to show the fast drying capabilities of the Diesel 500. wmg
DrySmart will be demonstrating our Diesel 500 convection heat drying unit on Thurday February 2nd in Fairfield, Ohio, just north of Cincinnati. We will be at Ohio Valley Restoration at noon to show how heat drying can improve your water damage drying times and help your business. Our Diesel 500 unit is fully self powered and can run a minimum of two days without refueling. Call me at 734-660-7367 if you are in the Cincinnati area and would like to see the heat drying unit.
DrySmart convection heat drying units are on the job in the Detroit area! Our DrySmart Diesel 500 unit dried an apartment building crawl space in Canton, Michigan over the New Year’s holiday. In December, our Diesel 500 dried two whole house water damages in Bloomfied and Hazel Park. The smaller house was completely dry in one day! And tomorrow one of our units will be heading to Dundee for a large loss drying job. DrySmart convection heat drying works!
Congratulations to Concraft Restoration, new owners of the DrySmart Diesel 500 convection heat drying system! Concraft purchased their machine today and will have it on a job tomorrow! The DrySmart Diesel 500 will be drying a large crawl space while maintaining negative air pressure to ensure the health and safety of the building occupants. The drying system will be able to run entirely on its own power, using the on-board generator to power both the drying unit and the axial fans needed to maintain negative pressure.