The Home Dehumidifier: You're In Control
Moisture in your
home or office atmosphere can be a problem when there is either too little
or too much of it. Air that is too dry can cause discomfort, dry and itchy
skin and nasal passages and various other forms of inquietude. Conversely,
air with elevated levels of humidity can cause itchy skin and nasal
passages, mold growth and even wood rotting in your home. The office or home
dehumidifier lets you control humidity levels and set it at an amount that
you are most comfortable with. With newer designs like the room dehumidifier or the portable dehumidifier, there are now solutions to any
and all humidity-related problems.
How To Choose The Right Home Dehumidifier A home dehumidifier is an absolute necessity for those suffering from dust mite, mold or mildew allergies. A general guideline for humidity levels in any building is that it be less than 50%. A home or commercial dehumidifier is indispensable for people who want to regulate their indoor humidity. If your basement's air has higher levels of moisture than the rest of your home, invest in a basement dehumidifier. You can also use a portable dehumidifier as a basement dehumidifier or use it for any other problem areas of your home. We carry
Danby dehumidifiers, DeLonghi dehumidifiers and Soleus dehumidifiers.
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Molds are a fungi. They only require high humidity (70 percent or higher)
and an organic-based material on which to feed. It is no surprise that they
are plentiful in humid climates. Cooler surfaces create a perfect breeding
area for mold because the relative humidity at their surface will be near
100 percent. The surface may even be wet with condensation...
The reader is cautioned that this is not an
all-inclusive reference, but a necessarily selective survey intended to
suggest the scope of the problem.