Steam ‘n’ Dry Flood Auckland Services provide carpets, building drying, and dryer rental services since 1987. New Zealand’s most prominent dehumidifier rental can be either picked up or delivered installed as per your needs.
Indeed, both primary drying of a small area or sizeable structural drying. Local Council building dry after a line of the test as well as our flood drying service.
Auckland Steam ‘n’ Dry Limited has provided Carpet, Building Drying, and Dryer Rental Services robust and modular. Consequently, making them easy to operate in commercial or hose places. Of course, they are well-suited for use in offices, shops, and industrial units. Self-ducting water outlets mean they can be left unattended over the weekends for continued operation and maximum drying.
Steam ‘n’ Dry Carpet Drying and Dryer Rental Auckland Services can help you with big savings. Therefore, the best value of drying needs are as follows:
Air movement increases the evaporation rate and gives the best chance of ensuring all wet areas benefit from dry air. Using fans together with dehumidifiers will speed up the drying process. Please contact us for further help.
Steam ‘n’ Dry Rental Auckland Services offers the best value large dehumidifier for hire in New Zealand wide.
Steam ‘n’ Dry Flood Auckland Service Rental Rate is generally about half the price per performance. In comparison with the New Zealand shop prices. The best value per capacity is $75 + GST per day for a $90 litre per day capacity.
We provide Dryer Rental Services such as air movers and carpet dryers for a lower price. Without a doubt, the best value in comparison to the hire shops and services.
Complete drying quickly often requires stripping out work to proceed. Likewise, expose all the wet areas to the full benefit of dry air. Watertight materials can act as a barrier to evaporation and lock moisture in the structure of buildings.
We can help with the preparation for full structural dryings, such as removing wall and floor coverings. Furthermore, it includes cutting away plasterboard or render walls back to the basic structure. As well as removing ceilings and grinding adhesives off concrete floors, etc.
We cater to whatever your drying needs may be from:
Water pumps and puddle pumps remove surface water down to 2 mm of the floor surface. Also, further removal of shallow puddles and surface water with wet vacuums. For either hire only or a flood response service, please contact us for assistance.
Steam ‘n’ Dry Flood Auckland Service has been using the advanced dehumidifier units in:
We are providing quality air turbo blowers, dryers, and commercial dehumidifier services since 1987. We serve residential and commercial clients with the same high standards and attention to council regulations.
Graeme Stephens, an IICRC certified 2001 “Master Restoration Technician,” gave this insight. So you can make an informed decision about your drying requirements. For the top dehumidifier, hire in Bay of Plenty, Waikato, and Auckland, New Zealand. Surely, call Steam ‘n’ Dry Flood Auckland Services on 0800 110 282 or email us.
At Steam ‘n’ Dry Flood Auckland Services, we have been providing Carpet, Commercial Drying, and Dryer Rental Services. In fact, we’re often referred to as the drying specialists. We also offer expert structural drying and construction dryers. As well as mould removal services with a guarantee. Check out Steam ‘n’ Dry Mould Removal and Flood Carpet Dehumidifier Rental Auckland Services. Over 34 years of serving South Auckland, Central City CBD, North Shore, East, West Auckland, and Hibiscus Coast. Call the Steam ‘n’ Dry Carpet Drying Service Experts on 0800 783-266.
I learned from the best from the word go, the international IICRC, and a local franchisee. For help, call Steam ‘n’ Dry Carpet Cleaners Auckland. Over three decades of experience in West Auckland, East, South Auckland, North Shore, and Hibiscus Coast.
Auckland Central 09 3767007
North Shore 09 489 7784
West Auckland 09 8374545
East Auckland 09 520 0062
South Auckland 09 262 0720
Hibiscus Coast 09 426 5008
By Graeme Stephens
Published: 29/04/2019 Updated: 26/08/2021