Commercial Disaster Recovery
Damages to your business from water, fire, smoke or mold can mean lost revenue and potentially, lost customers. When disaster strikes, we speed to your side to start the commercial restoration process to minimize business interruptions and maximize results. The importance of a disaster recovery plan has never been greater. While no one can completely avoid a disaster, careful planning can minimize the effects to your business.
And because every minute counts, we respond 24/7/365 with a comprehensive range of services that includes pre-loss contingency planning assistance, emergency loss mitigation service, and post-loss clean-up and reconstruction services.
A disaster can place your revenue, property, employees, customers, inventory and reputation at risk. When the worst happens, every minute counts. That’s why our staff of specially trained and equipped professionals will do what is necessary to get you back to work
E Results provides dehumidification for all types of commercial and industrial losses including, but not limited to, mansions, banks, department stores, factories, warehouses, schools, universities, hotels, office complexes, courthouses, libraries, hospitals, and medical centers. Our team of professionals will coordinate, manage, and provide any and all labor, tools, equipment, and supplies necessary to return the structure and its contents to pre-loss moisture levels.
Dehumidification equipment comes in many shapes and sizes depending on your needs. Here is a list of equipment used to restore your facility to proper order:
The process of using desiccant dehumidifiers is, perhaps, the most effective method available of controlling humidity and/or stopping moisture, drying a space, or controlling climate. Desiccant dehumidifiers are portable industrial sized equipment that can be used as a stand-alone unit or can be used in conjunction with generators, heaters or cooling equipment.
LGR stands for ‘low grain refrigerant.’ Because these are refrigerant based dehumidifiers, the by-product of their operation is water, which exits the unit through a small plastic hose, easily directed to a nearby sink or drain.
Generators are a power source for large and small equipment. They can be used during power outages after a storm, special events, and used along with desiccants for humidity control.
Air Scrubbers are also known as “negative air machine”. Air scrubbers are primarily used to remove airborne particles and fumes from a particular site. Air scrubbers are used when a building or space contains mold spores. These units can remove the spores from the air, making it less harmful to breath. If the site is full of harmful fumes, the air scrubbers can help flush the building and effectively ‘scrub the air.’
When do I need to use an air scrubber? It is now recommended that you include an air scrubber on every remediation job AND every water damage restoration job. The restoration/remediation process sends millions of microscopic particles into the air where they may be inhaled by employees or occupants. An air scrubber filters the air to reduce the number of particles and maintain high indoor air quality.