A dehumidifier is a home appliance that pulls excess moisture from the air inside the house. Portable dehumidifiers come in different sizes to match the area of the room. Whole-house dehumidifiers that work with heating ... More »

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To use a dehumidifier, adjust the settings as necessary to control the humidity levels in the air. Users may also choose different timer and running settings based on their needs. More »

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According to the U.S. Department of Energy, typical humidifiers use 785 watts of electricity. Costs to run household appliances vary depending on a number of factors. Older appliances generally cost more to operate due t... More »

A whole house humidifier is a device that connects to the central air system and cools incoming air, forcing moisture to condense and drip into a drainage pan. The air then passes over a warm coil, heating it back up to ... More »

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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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SaniDry dehumidifiers are units designed to dry the air in a basement and prevent problems such as dry rot, decay and mold. Removing excess humidity converts this below-grade space into a more comfortable place for human... More »

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According to Air-N-Water, dehumidifiers remove moisture from the air by cooling it and retaining the condensation. Air that enters the dehumidifier passes around a series of cooling coils. As the moisture condenses out o... More »

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