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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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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Basement dehumidifiers are safe and can save homeowners thousands of dollars in repair costs if they have damp basements. Dehumidifiers are the number one way of combating the humidity and condensation that can cause met... 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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