"The new space will allow us to further develop our core manufacturing competency, have more equipment on hand for customers, and provide associates with a pleasant work environment," said Bill Bruders, general manager with the company.
With the added space, the company will increase in-house plastics manufacturing capabilities. The company will be able to manufacture more rotomolded, plastic housings for products such as airmovers and dehumidifiers.
The new construction will double the current warehouse space, which will allow the company to respond to customers needing equipment in water damage and flood situations. Currently, the headquarters is 65,000 square feet in Burlington, Wash. The expansion is connected to the existing Dri-Eaz manufacturing and warehouse space, and will be complete and operational by November.