Rent a dehumidifier
What is a dehumidifier?
- prevents the growth of mildew,
- eliminates musty odors, and
- removes mold spores from the air.
Benefits of a dehumidifier
- feel comfortable & not sticky,
- prevent & reduce health issues like allergies, and
- keep your home & furniture safe from mold
Air Quality Improvement
Reducing dust mites
Protects Your Home
Renting A Dehumidifier
- A nearby creek overflows into your basement,
- a burst pipe floods an entire room, or
- a roof leak soaks your walls and wood frame.
Commercial dehumidifier rental
For large commercial sites, renting makes more sense because you need a heavy duty device. You may not need it all the time, so renting becomes more cost effective.
The Advantages of Renting a Commercial Dehumidifier:
- There is no capital investment.
- You can avoid warranty, insurance, servicing and repair costs.
- Have experts who can help you choose the best dehumidifier for your room and application.
- This relieves you of the responsibility for maintaining, repairing and selling the machinery.
- Make use of the most up-to-date dehumidification technology.
Situations that require the rental of a commercial dehumidifier:
1. When Water Damage Has Occurred
If your home floods due to a natural disaster or a burst pipe, it’s critical to dry it out as soon as possible. This is because mold will start growing in as little as 48 hours.
A dehumidifier is the most accessible and cheapest way to dry out a property. It removes moisture from flooring and walls. A dehumidifier allows you to close windows, which is perfect for cold winter months, or when the relative humidity outside is high.
A commercial dehumidifier can reduce the relative humidity in a room by up to 20 percent. The dry air moves moisture away from wet products. This approach is quicker and more reliable than using fans.
It is more powerful than using an HVAC device to cycle between hot and cold air. When you have water damage, a commercial dehumidifier rental is more effective. It prevents mold and bacterial growth.
2. Surface Preparation and Coating
Apply a protective coating, as high humidity causes corrosion and coating failure.
A commercial dehumidifier rental provides the perfect atmosphere. When you prepare the respective surface and apply the coating, it allows the coating to cure, whether you’re preparing a ship for a protective coating or intend to paint a room.
Staff are happier, more relaxed, and efficient in a dry climate, which helps keep a project on budget and on time.
3. Establishing the Optimal Environment
Excess moisture levels in commercial facilities may often arise due to seasonal changes. This poses a threat to workers’ health, the building structure and sanitary conditions.
Businesses rent dehumidifiers in various industries when conventional building systems fail. They need to protect product or indoor air quality. The following are some examples of such industries:
- Pharmaceutical research facilities
- Manufacturing and storage facilities for food
- Health-care establishments
Renting a dehumidifier can work well, especially in an emergency. Various factors play a role in determining the size you need and how much it will cost. The price is influenced by:
- Size of room
- The severity of the problem
- Availability of a drain
- Types of circuits (115V or 220V)
- Type of floor it will go on
- Pickup or delivery
The cost of your rental will, of course, be proportional to the size of the work. Larger rooms with extensive water damage will need heavy-duty equipment, and the lack of a drain can require a long hose or extension cord. 
Standard rental rate
Factors To Consider Before Renting A Dehumidifier
Purchase Price Range versus Cost Per Pint Range
Buy Price Range In Dollars
$200 to $240
$230 to $400
$400 to $1100
$900 to $1300
Size In Pints
Cost Per Pint Dollars Per Pint
$6.67 to $8.00
$4.60 to $8.00
$5.71 to $15.17
$10.00 to $14.40
The cost to run a dehumidifier is also a consideration. For example, I have two 50 Pint dehumidifiers in my basement of my three thousand (2,500) sq foot home.
Rent for a big dehumidifier can be as little as $40 to $50 per day. 
Understanding of the equipment
Begin by learning about the advantages and disadvantages of various types of units. Desiccant material and a refrigerant condenser both remove moisture from the air. Both forms of dehumidifiers can do the job. Desiccant versions are more expensive to run, but work faster.
Refrigerator models have buckets that must be emptied. While they are less costly to buy, they need more user effort during peak demand periods. Consider a model with a drain hose or pump.
You must consider your choices by looking at your conditions. Desiccant dehumidifiers are less costly to buy. But running them may increase your electricity bill more than refrigerant type. When the desiccant material becomes saturated, it needs to be replaced. Prepare for a higher initial cost if you want a refrigerant model.
Refrigerant models can cost up to four times as much as comparable desiccant models. This depends on the power and features. Compressors may put a strain on your electrical system, raising your electric bill. Your device will fail or will not work well if the compressor coils are not maintained.
Another factor to consider when deciding whether to buy or rent is frequency. A dehumidifier can help with flooded houses, leaking pipes and damp basements.
Determine the amount of work your dehumidifier will have to do. If you’re cleaning up after a flood or a leak, you’ll need large-capacity appliance.
The cost of larger units is higher than that of smaller units. Big dehumidifiers are cost-efficient if you have lot’s of moisture or water infiltration.
It is easier to rent a unit to get rid of floodwater and then focus on future prevention.
If you often deal with leaks and water infiltration, a simple dehumidifier will help you. It will help prevent mold and structural damage.
Humid climates and high water tables create the need for a dehumidifier.
To keep your electricity bills under control, by an energy-efficient model.
Cost to maintain
As you make your decision, know all types of dehumidifiers need regular maintenance. If you choose to buy a unit, read the care manual and inspect the parts often.
You must keep the coils of refrigerant models free of frost buildup, or you risk breaking your unit.
If you opt for the low initial cost of a desiccant model, you must take the time to replace the desiccant material. Keep spare material on hand.
If maintenance is poor, dehumidifiers can cause water woes. Frozen coils and saturated desiccant can leak into and around the unit. This defeats the purpose of owning a dehumidifier.
Larger high-end dehumidifiers are more reliable and often need less maintenance. Larger units are more expensive in the short run. They are cheaper to operate in and maintain in the longer term. However, the electronics and blowers of large units need the hands of skilled technicians.
Replacement parts and filters are expensive. Large units that move a lot of water also can dump large amounts of water in the area if they malfunction. Renting is less of a hassle if you are not interested in maintenance.
Renting vs. Buying
What is the best option, to buy or to rent
When buying or renting a dehumidifier, keep electricity costs in mind. Consider the big picture of demand, frequency, and features to make the best choice for your home.
For the total cost of owning a dehumidifier, look at the initial costs, servicing and power usage.
Before bringing the units into your house, consult with a rental agent and inspect them. Compare the units to the cheaper solutions. You will make an informed decision once you understand how dehumidifiers function. 
Humidity can be a real headache in your home or workspace and you can’t not ignore it. Sometimes buying can be costly, especially if you need a heavy-duty dehumidifier.
Renting a dehumidifier can be a cost-saver, especially if you only need it for a specific short period. You can visit an equipment rental company and weigh the options of what works best for you.