Slimy, damp, clammy, damp, sultry, damp, damp. If you use any of these words to describe your basement or laundry area, you can use a dehumidifier. With its drying ability, the dehumidifier can not only make the space more comfortable but also prevent potential health problems caused by excessive moisture in the air-humidity above 50% can breed dust mites, mold, and mildew, causing allergies or other health problems.
The dehumidifier uses a fan to move the air in the room to the top of the freezing coil, remove moisture and collect it in the water tank. Different types of dehumidifiers are applicable to different environments.
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Three types of dehumidifiers solve the problem of dampness at home
Dehumidifier for basement and crawl space：
The basement dehumidifier is very simple to use and has an automatic defrost system, remote control, and automatic start. It saves the trouble of going to the basement or crawling space every time.
It is easy to understand that commercial dehumidifiers have commercial-level performance, higher dehumidification capacity, and higher efficiency. This is the reason why many people buy it.
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Solve existing problems
If too much external moisture seeps into your home, even the best dehumidifier may not work effectively. It helps to unclog drains and ensure that downpipes direct rainwater at least 5 feet away from the house.
Consider where it will go
Noise can be a problem in living spaces. For the dehumidifiers in our current rating, our measurement range from 3 feet away is from 58 decibels to 67 decibels.
According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the volume of a normal conversation is about 60 decibels, while the volume of a washing machine is about 70 decibels.