The best type of dehumidifier for a basement is generally a full-sized model that is able to remove a large amount of moisture in a short time. However, for smaller or dryer basements, a medium-capacity model is likely t... More »

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A dehumidifier is placed in an area of the home that has issues with moisture, such as a crawl space, laundry room or basement. Place the dehumidifier on the floor for maximum results. More »

The average cost for a basement dehumidifier is between $200 and $300 as of 2015, according to CostHelper. Basement dehumidifiers are generally the largest capacity dehumidifiers and remove 25 to 75 pints of water every ... More »

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A dehumidifier is placed in an area of the home that has issues with moisture, such as a crawl space, laundry room or basement. Place the dehumidifier on the floor for maximum results. More »

Premiere dehumidifiers remove 30 to 70 pints of moisture per 24 hours, depending on the model. Small models with a 30-pint capacity are designed for areas smaller than 2,000 square feet, while the large 70-pint capacity ... More »

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Customers who own the Forest Air dehumidifier 13-06033 praise it for its energy efficiency and ability to wick away excess moisture in a relatively short amount of time. Reviews on Viewpoints.com tend to agree that the u... More »

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WAVE ventilation is a brand name for a type of dehumidifier that is used in basements, crawl spaces and in structures that are built on concrete slabs. WAVE solves excess moisture problems by targeting the source of a mo... More »

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