If you've been affected by the floods, we can help!

Good Afternoon from the London Cool HQ in Crawley, West Sussex. The weathers looking a bit better today in Crawley, the sun has decided to venture out, however we are expecting rain again this evening and it looks like it’s in for the rest of the week so be prepared for more showers.


I don’t know about all of you, but there has been a lot of trouble with flooding in the Crawley area, due to the rain and strong winds we've been having, road have been closed, homes have been flooded. If you've experienced any flooding in your property, whether you’re a domestic property or a commercial property, then we can supply dehumidifiers to you. We have a variety of dehumidifiers available including different sizes and different varieties. Just take a look at the London Cool website, www.londoncool.com or give us a call on 0800 440 444 and our staff will be happy to help.

What is a dehumidifier?


A dehumidifier is an appliance that reduces the level of humidity in air, usually for health reasons, as humid air can cause mold and mildew to grow inside homes, which has various health risks. Very high humidity levels are also unpleasant for human beings, and can cause unsightly condensation. Dehumidifiers are useful in a variety of situations including new buildings, and buildings which have been subject to flooding.

What do dehumidifiers do?


Dehumidifiers dry the air without cooling it. They work like a normal air conditioner, except that a heat exchanger is placed between the intake and exhaust. In combination with convection fans they achieve a similar level of comfort as an air cooler in humid areas, but only consume about a third of the electricity. They are also preferred by those who find the draft created by air coolers discomforting. Air conditioners automatically act as dehumidifiers when they chill the air and thus need to handle the accumulated water as well. Some models use the condensing coil and fan to evaporate the accumulated water into the outdoor air, while normal units simply allow the water to collect in a tank. Some air conditioning units need to be connected to a drain.

Where can I use a dehumidifier?


  • General commercial/industrial drying  
  • Storage/warehouse dehumidification
  • Disaster restoration/flood damage
  • Construction industry dehumidification




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