Restoration Dehumidifier Repair

Commercial Dehumidifier Repair Services Michigan


We understand the importance of a service call from beginning to end.

• You will be greeted courteously by the person taking the call.
• Your service will be rendered within a reasonable amount of time.
• You will be treated courteously by a neat and competent technician.
• The technician will be well trained on the appliance(s) he services.
• The technician has access to up-to-date parts and service literature.
• Your service will be performed at a fair and reasonable rate.
• The service performed and parts used in making the repairs will be guaranteed.

We Service Broken Commercial Dehumidifiers For The Water Restoration Industry Here In Michigan.

We service many types of desiccant based dehumidifiers. Contact us today if you need a service technician to support any of the following brands of commercial dehumidifiers:

  • Advantix
  • Bry-Air, Inc.
  • Bry-Air Systems
  • Phoenix
  • CDI (Concepts & Designs)
  • CDIMS (Arid-Dry & Arid-Ice)
  • Des Champs
  • Evapco
  • Innovative Air Technologies
  • Kathabar
  • Munters
  • Stulz – ATS

Expert advice on how to repair a dehumidifier that doesn’t work, does a poor job of dehumidifying, or has other problems.

If your dehumidifier doesn’t work right, a simple cleaning of the condenser and moisture-collecting (evaporator) coils may be all that’s necessary to fix it.

1 Check the power. Be sure it is plugged into a working outlet and is turned on.

2 Unplug the dehumidifier unit and check the power cord. If necessary, replace the appliance power cord.

3 Remove the cover panel and look for ice. If you see any ice blocking parts, let the ice melt and do not use the unit until the room temperature exceeds 65 degrees Fahrenheit (most dehumidifiers are not designed for use in colder spaces and may freeze up). Many people find that by unplugging the unit and waiting about 30 days into the season the problem is solved.

4 If the unit still doesn’t work, decide whether you’re better off replacing the appliance or calling a repair person (this decision will depend upon the value of your dehumidifier)—the dehumidifier compressor motor or the relay and overload switch may be the problem. It’s usually best to replace the dehumidifier.