Dehumidifiers: Which dehumidifier do you need?

Dehumidifiers begin to rise in popularity as Spring transitions into Summer. Humid days mean Damp, Rot and Condensation rear their ugly heads, 3 often unexpected and definitely unwanted house guests. To solve this problem the air needs dehumidifying and i am going on the presumption that if you are reading this then you have probably already had these 3 uninvited guests to your house or workplace. Well there is no time to waste, lets kick them out with the best dehumidifiers available that are not going to break the bank.

There are 3 main types of dehumidifier. It is important you do not go rushing in and buying one without first reading up on which type of dehumidifier is suitable for the job. I know this happened due to a friend of mine who had a problem with condensation peeling his wallpaper. He was sold a Peltier dehumidifier which ended up being very expensive to run and could not even dehumidify the air in small room which it was in. I did not want to fall in to the same trap and I do not want you to either.

You have to make your dehumidifier buying decision based on the conditions that the dehumidifier will be working in. If your dehumidifier is to be used in the colder months for an outhouse, garage or workshop then a desiccant dehumidifier is the ideal candidate.

The X Dry Desiccant dehumidifier caught my eye in a Breathing Space showroom up in Newcastle one time. I was looking for a dehumidifier for my garage as the moisture was causing problems with my cars interior when I stored it over winter. I was informed by the gentleman who worked at Breathing Space that the X Dry desiccant dehumidifier was the most efficient and would do the job perfectly. I picked it up that very day at a great price and I have never looked back since. I admit, it is the only desiccant dehumidifier I have used but that is a testament to the X dry Desiccant Dehumidifier.

Refrigerant dehumidifiers are the best all round dehumidifier. For the humid summer months a refrigerant dehumidifier is just the ticket, live and work in a more breathable and comfortable environment with a refrigerant dehumidifier. The Dimplex Forte Home Dehumidifier is the best dehumidifier for the home.

The Dimplex Forte Home Dehumidifier is one of the best portable dehumidifiers available. In fact it is the best selling dehumidifier in the UK today. The Dimplex Forte Home is capable of extracting a whopping 10 litres of water per day from the air. This means that a single Dimplex dehumidifier has the power to dehumidify a 3 bedroom house. The Dimplex Forte Home, has white and black contrasting panels, it is definitely the best looking dehumidifer around and will not become an eye sore in the room like many dehumidifiers. The smooth glide castors fitted on the base of the unit go to show just how much thought Dimplex have put into this refrigerant dehumidifier, there are not many dehumidifiers that allow you to a dehumidifier unit from room to room with so much ease.

Bad ventilation in a house can cause some serious condensation problems, not to mention poor air quality. The Lofty Remcon is a whole house ventilation system designed to rid whole houses from condensation and improve air flow and ventilation throughout the house. The Lofty Remcon whole house ventilation system is great value when you consider just how efficient and hassle free it is to use. There is no water waste outputted by the Lofty Remcon ventilation system, humid air is released easily and silently. For the best prices and to find out if your home is suitable for whole house ventilation from Lofty it is best to get in touch with ventilation and dehumidification specialists such as Breathing Space.

Choosing the best dehumidifier for your home can be troublesome if you are unsure of what dehumidifier to buy. Hopefully this article has helped inform you which type of dehumidifier is right for your circumstances and I have highlighted the best dehumidifiers for the money.