By removing moisture from the air, dehumidifiers regulate humidity and create comfortable living conditions that are inhospitable to dust mites, mold, mildew, and other allergens. Home dehumidifiers come in a variety of sizes, models, and styles, and each unit is built to tackle unique humidity problems. We offer dehumidifiers for all applications from small dehumidifiers that fit under your sink to our industrial-strength commercial grade dehumidifiers. They can be used in basements, crawlspaces, bathrooms, laundry rooms, museums, indoor pool, and a variety of other settings to maintain humidity levels and to keep these areas dry and comfortable.
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Introduction to Home Dehumidifiers
The Danby 70 pint dehumidifier covers up to 1000 square feet. They feature electronic controls, Energy Star compliance, auto defrost, auto restart (after a power outage)and a direct drain option for continuous operation. It is relatively quiet and works well for most in-home/room applications, as low as 41° F before dehumidification stops. This size is ideal for most rooms, and a strong performance in consumer ratings have consistently made the Danby 70 pint dehumidifier a best seller.
For slightly smaller areas, the Stadler Form Albert dehumidifier is the perfect blend of modern design, stylish sophistication and moisture removing ability. Rated for 43 pints per day, the Albert offers more features for less hassle.
If you need to most robust water removal option for use in living spaces or offices, then you will want to consider the new Soleus 95 pint dehumidifier. With a fan powerful enough to be used for commercial applications, advanced digital controls, and some of the absolute best water removal capacity of all room dehumidifier models, the Soleus 90 pint is suited for the most severe indoor conditions.
As the newest addition to our line, Santa Fe dehumidifiers are one of the most popular brands of crawlspace and basement dehumidifiers available. Strong performance, steel construction, automatic features, unmatched versatility and an industry-leading warranty all work to make Santa Fe dehumidifiers some of the best when it comes to keeping your crawlspace and basement free of mold, mildew and pests. From the lightweight, crawlspace-ready Compact2 and the ideal basement dehumidifier, the Classic, to the most energy efficient dehumidifier available today (the Impact XT) and high capacity Max Dry, there is a wide range of options available to fit your specific space and dehumidification needs.
For a wide range of spaces, Sunpentown offers three sizes of efficient dehumidifiers to remove excess moisture. For smaller spaces, the 30 pint is ideal, while the two larger models, the 50 pint and 70 dehumidifiers, actually come with an integrated condensate, eliminating the need to empty a heavy bucket of water. A digital humidity gauge and easy-to-use push button features make Sunpentown dehumidifier convenient while their Energy Star rating helps to reduce their impact on your monthly power bill.
Aprilaire dehumidifiers are one of your best choices for whole home dehumidification. With several porting options, easy-to-use controls and a high water removal capacity, Aprilaire dehumidifiers can be used in the basement or crawlspace or tied directly into your home HVAC to keep your entire house free of excess moisture. Whatever your needs are, we have a wide selection of home and commercial grade dehumidifiers to choose from.
Condensate pumps are an inexpensive solution to use when there are no drain lines readily available for your dehumidifier to empty into or when gravity is working against you. They eliminate the need to empty heavy buckets of water and allow your dehumidifier to run without constant supervision.
While some dehumidifiers come with an integrated humidity gauge, most of the larger models do not. A small stand-along humidity gauge is a simple and easy way to keep track of your moisture problem and provides you with the info you need to adjust your dehumidifier settings to keep conditions in your home, basement or crawlspace idea. From small and inexpensive to large and packed with features, there are a variety of humidity gauge/thermometers available to accurately measure your relative humidity year round.