Steve is teaching the crew about proper care and installation of the SaniDry CX dehumidifier. DryZone holds classes like this on almost every week. The goal is to keep everyone up to speed on the products and equipment, much like a doctor or engineer takes continuing education classes.
This is what your SaniDry CX looks like without the pretty blue cover. Steve Clendaniel is demonstrating proper maintenance techniques. DryZone offers preventative maintenance packages to ensure that your machine performs properly for many years to come.
Here, Steve is showing Dale Covington how to replace some parts. The more that our guys can do on site, the faster your machine can get back to doing its job. While these machines are top of the line, they still require maintenance. After all, you wouldn't expect your car to run forever if you never changed the oil or air filter. Maintaining it is always cheaper and easier than the alternative.
Everyone is very interested in knowing these machines, inside and out. Its simple steps that can prevent major malfunctions.
This particular machine got wet during Hurricane Sandy, so there were several parts that needed to be replaced. This made it ideal for training.
DryZone is constantly training and learning new ways to better serve our homeowners. This album shows a recent class about the SaniDry CX air system (dehumidifier). The crew all discussed things they have seen in the field, as well as the proper way to install and set the machine. We want to make sure that everyone who owns a SaniDry CX gets the maximum efficiency that they deserve.