In response to Hurricane Florence, Polygon has mobilized drying equipment, personnel and other equipment to North and South Carolina. Working in support of restoration companies, and in response to businesses, more equipment is expected to arrive in the coming days to help the recovery process.
The Polygon team has been mobilized and is responding to flooding and water damage from Hurricane Florence in North and South Carolina. In recent days large dehumidifiers, small drying equipment, supplies and personnel all began arriving in the Carolinas. This equipment will be used to help provide structural drying in buildings that experienced water damage from Hurricane Florence, as well as the persistent flooding. Working with Restoration companies who are responding to the property damage, Polygon is supplying equipment and support throughout the area.
Planning for Drying Equipment and Climate Control
Just like the residents along the mid-Atlantic, Polygon was watching Hurricane Florence’s path towards the eastern seaboard, and we were making plans. Long before the storm made landfall, the Polygon team was positioning equipment for relocation and scheduling our staff members to head into the affected areas after the storm weakened. In addition to our staff, Polygon has mobilized the following equipment:
- Desiccant Dehumidifers
- Portable LGR units (low grain refrigerants, used for drying)
- Air scrubbers
Hurricane Response and Equipment Availability
Over the coming days, inventory for drying equipment and other climate control equipment will fluctuate greatly. Polygon is taking steps to ensure that restoration companies and our other customers are aware of availability. As can be expected, demand is high, with information and availability changing frequently.
Please contact Polygon with any questions or more information about our response to this disaster.