Just as we were preparing to complete our work for the day, we received a phone call that the Lower Merion Township Building in Ardmore, Pennsylvania had experienced water damage as a result of broken sprinkler piping, which had been damaged by a contractor who was working inside the building. Needless to say, important work goes on inside the Township building, which also housed the police station and important records.
At Priority Rental (formerly U.S. DRYING), we recognize that emergencies happen without regard for the time of day. So, our senior service technician and other company representatives quickly deployed a 5000 cfm propane-powered desiccant dehumidifier (DH) unit and a portable generator. Drawing on the expertise of our partner, U.S. Refueling, we delivery three (3) 420# propane tanks concurrently with the dehumidifiers to ensure the DH units could be fired up immediately upon arrival at the site.
Priority Rental personnel stayed late into the night running lay flat ductwork throughout the building as needed to ensure that the building was quickly and thoroughly dried out. As a result, our client