When it comes to restoration equipment, every job needs a reliable, efficient, and streamlined heating solution. Whether you’re working on a construction job site or working to dry out a basement after an unexpected flood, high-powered heaters with reliable airflow are among the most important aspects of restoration equipment. Learn more about the Colorado Tri-Flo Systems line of restoration heaters by reading our blog.

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    The novel COVID-19, coronavirus, has quickly made its way around the world. As of March 27th, the United States has the most reported cases of COVID-19. This growing spread of COVID-19 makes finding solutions even more important. At Colorado Tri-Flo Systems, we’ve introduced our VIRUS 100 and VIRU…Read More

  2. Kill COVID-19 With Our Tri-Flo Industrial Heaters

    As the cases of the novel Coronavirus, COVID-19, are increasing around the world, countries, medical professionals, and businesses are searching for different solutions to help slow or stop the spread. While right now social distancing is an important — and recommended — to slow the spread, ther…Read More

  3. The Advantages Of Industrial Electric Heaters

    When it comes to restoration, construction, and even cleaning, there is no substitute for efficient, reliable heating solutions. That’s where industrial electric heaters come in handy. At Colorado Tri-Flo Systems, we provide efficient, reliable, and portable industrial electric heating solutions f…Read More

  4. Electric vs. Gas Restoration Heaters

    Your construction or restoration company deserves the very best restoration equipment. After all, the success (and bottom line) of your business ultimately depends on it. Not having reliable equipment can hinder your ability to make a profit. Faulty heaters, for example, can cause the completion of …Read More

  5. Tri-Flo Donates Heaters For Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort

    Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc on Houston, Texas and the surrounding area this past August. The storm made landfall in mid-August, causing millions of dollars in damage with winds near 130 miles per hour, 40-60 inches of rainfall, and catastrophic flash flooding throughout the region during late Aug…Read More