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Basement Dehumidifiers

If your basement feels damp and sticky, a basement dehumidifier can do wonders for you. If the humidity level of your basement reaches over fifty percent, it can promote breeding of dust mites, mold, and other harmful bacteria and fungi. For family members who have asthma and allergies, this can be a nightmare.

If you have a musty basement, it is time to consider buying a basement dehumidifier. Dehumidifiers use a fan to pull air over two coils, sucking the moisture out of the air and into a tank. Depending on the type of humidifier you buy, the outcome can vary. Make sure to research carefully before making a final decision.

A main dehumidifier concern is noise. Consider where you will be placing the dehumidifier carefully. Most models used today are not too loud, so there are options for you.

Basement Dehumidifier Considerations

Before you buy a basement dehumidifier, there are a few things you will want to consider. If the lower level of your home has undergone basement waterproofing, you will be better off. The main considerations you need to take into accord are:

  • If you have a large basement, you will want to look at the larger models of basement dehumidifiers. These models will be more efficient at removing the humidity while also fighting against major basement odor.
  • If you have a smaller basement, the larger models will work, but medium-capacity models will work better. These models will use less cycling according to the manufacturers.

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  • Make sure you time your purchase. Newer models of basement dehumidifiers typically start appearing in the late spring, so be on the lookout for them at this time.
  • Take care of any existing problems your basement may be facing. Remove any mold and mildew issues you notice and have a professional do an inspection to make sure the lower level of your home is in adequate condition. Also have the plumbing checked, as this could create a lot of issues if there is damage or clogging.

Once you have made sure everything in on the up and up, ask your local basement contractor about dehumidifiers. They will be able to show you which models will work best for your home. Once a basement humidifier is introduced into your home, musty smells and dampness will be a thing of the past. Get your basement in tip top shape with a new dehumidifier today.