A dehumidifier can make a world of difference if your home suffers from condensation, damp or mold. If you need a dehumidifier for a bigger room or basement, look for a water reservoir model to hold the excess moisture and dampness. Premium dehumidifiers come with more than one fan speed, as well as the ability to drain the water away through a hose. For bathrooms, campers, or wardrobes, look for a smaller dehumidifier to fit in that space.
The hysure Dehumidifier doesn’t use a lot of energy to run, nor does it use chemicals to absorb moisture in the air. It pulls 700 millilitres of moisture out of the air each day and collects it in the tank that holds 300 millilitres at a time. When the collection tank is full the hysure dehumidifier will automatically shut off. It will also alert you when the filter needs to be changed. This dehumidifier works the best in mid-sized rooms, like bedrooms, but will also be helpful in larger areas.
Excellent choice for basements
The electriQ Dehumidifier draws 12 litres of moisture out of the air each day and holds it in the removable 2.5 litre holding tank. It is designed to work in larger areas, including basements and up to 3 room areas. It also runs quiet, so you can keep it in the living areas of your house and not be disturbed, or even in the bedroom as you sleep at night. The dehumidifier has an auto-restart function in case of a power outage. There is a slot to slip in a HEPA filter to trap allergens like dust and pollen as the electriQ tackles moisture, too.
This dehumidifier is small and light enough to easily pick up and move where you need it. It is a great option for smaller areas including RVs, bathrooms, and even inside wardrobes. It collects moisture holds it in the 500-millilitre removable water tank. The Pro Breeze Dehumidifier pulls 1250 millilitres of moisture out of the air each day, so you may not need to empty the collection tank very often. In addition to moisture, this dehumidifier also grabs allergens from the air, like mould spores and dust mites. You can run this unit continuously. It will automatically shut off when the holding tank is full.
Fully electric controls
The UGHEY Dehumidifier works for spaces up to 3,000 square feet. It has several humidity level settings and will automatically defrost when needed. And when the humidity in your room drops to 50 percent, it automatically stops to conserve energy. But it will start up again when the humidity level rises. This dehumidifier pulls 800 milliliters of water per day out of the air and collects it in the 2300-milliliter water tank. This is large enough to allow the UGHEY dehumidifier to run 24 hours continually without having to stop to empty the tank. All the controls are electric and are located on top of the unit.
How to maintain a dehumidifier
Foremost amongst the tasks you should regularly undertake to keep your dehumidifier in top condition is empty the collection tank frequently and clean it out with soap and warm water or disinfectant. Like a humidifier, mold and mildew can build up quickly where water is stored, and any impurities inside the machine can get dispersed into the air.
Secondly, be sure to clean the intake and exhaust grills at least once a season with a vacuum and brush attachment to help improve the longevity of the system. And, while we’re talking about exhausts, be sure to maintain at least a 152-millimeter gap between the back of the dehumidifier and the wall so the exhaust is not blocked, which could cause the machine to overheat.
And, thirdly, always make time to check the dehumidifier’s humidistat and adjust it when necessary to keep the humidity levels between a safe 40 and 50 percent.