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- stamp out damp.
Dehumidifiers remove excess moisture from the air to help your home feel less damp and reduce odors. They're great for humid climates and in summer months when the dew point climbs. They're perfect for minimizing moisture in basements, crawl spaces and storage areas.how they work
Dehumidifiers use a fan to force air over chilled coils, removing moisture. Dry air is expelled through the unit back into your home. The condensed moisture drips from coils into a container that you'll need to periodically empty.
- care for your air.
Damp or excessively moist air can be uncomfortable and create musty odors. And it can also be a breeding ground for mold, mildew and dust mites that can worsen allergies and damage furniture, documents and books, photographs and electronics.shop dehumidifiers
- A/Cs & air purifiers.
If you already have an air conditioner, you may not need a separate dehumidifier. Try your A/C alone to see if helps the air feel drier. You may still need a dehumidifier for rooms that aren't adequately cooled by air conditioning or still feel damp despite air conditioning. If you don't have enough indoor humidity to require a dehumidifier but some areas of your home still smell musty, you might want to try an air purifier.air conditioning buying guide air purifier buying guide