What does a Dehumidifier do?

A dehumidifier is like a mini air conditioner. It has a compressor and the same components as an air conditioner. You can use it in a basement. It can be added to the HVAC ductwork and wired into the thermostat. It is fully automated. A dehumidifier keeps furniture, books, and collectibles from warping, cockling, and foxing. It keeps condensation off the walls. A dehumidifier eliminates the potential for mold to grow. Keep your thermostat higher in the summer and reduce your energy bills by installing a dehumidifier to control humidity.

Eliminate 90 pints of water per day out of the air preserving and protecting your antiques, heirlooms, and collectibles.

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