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In looking at various videos on dehumidifiers and how they work one can see that it plays a very important part in controlling indoor humidity levels. High humidity levels forster the growth of mold and mildew. This can not only cause health issues, but can also cause damage to walls and other materials in ones home. Mold can grow on cotton, wood, and cement when the relative humidity is above 50 percent and the temperature is between 70 and 90 degrees. Comparing the Best Dehumidifiers is very important in choosing the features and specifications necessary in safeguarding one’s health and home possesions.

The job of a dehumidifier is to remove moisture from the air. It does this by using a fan to move air across metal coils that are cooled by a compressor, similar to how an air conditioner works. The water collected on these coils will drain into a collection container and the air is reheated and exhausted. The result is lower humidity levels.

To visualize the process, just think about the water that forms on the glass of a cold drink. This process is the same principle used by the Best Dehumidifiers. The fan in the dehumidifier also makes it possible to move air from a larger area away from the unit itself. Lastly, the more cubic feet of air the dehumdifier can move, the better the unit can handle the removal of moisture from larger areas.

Dehumidifiers come with different features and when purchasing a dehumidifier it is a matter of personal preference. The most common features to look for are the following:

Capacity of dehumidifier / water tank

Low temperature operation

Washable air filter

Casters or wheels

Automatic timer

Continuous drain

User friendly electronic controls

Not all features are necessary, it all depends on what room and what application you need the dehumidifier for.  Before choosing, write down the features you are looking for, and compare them to the unit you plan to purchase.

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