Whether you live in a damp or humid part of the country or you suffer from certain types of allergies, a dehumidifier can remove unwanted moisture from the air while helping to reduce the risk of mold and mildew from growing in your home.
If you live in a humid part of the country, or you have a problem with dampness in your basement, garage or another part of your home, a Sahara dehumidifier may prove to be just the thing you need to keep your home comfortable and dry.
When used according to the manufacturer's recommendations, a dehumidifier can be one of the most beneficial appliances in the home and one that will make a valuable impact that you'll feel almost immediately.
Before you go to your home improvement store and pick up a dehumidifier for your crawl space, there are certain things you need to consider to make sure you purchase the one that's suited for your needs.
Automatic Shut Off: Each dehumidifier comes equipped with an automatic shut off feature that will turn the appliance off as soon as the water bucket is full, preventing spill over problems.
The RH percentage is important to know because that indicates how many times the air in the crawl space has to flow through the dehumidifier in order for the unit to do its job properly.
This assessment should include any special conditions, for instance the climate might be relatively dry, however the dehumidifier is to operate in a laundry or other damp environment.
Before buying a dehumidifier it is useful to work out in square feet the amount of space that is to be dehumidified and the type of climate or environment that it will be working in.
You can fill out an online request form on Kenmore's Warranty Information website or call their toll free number at 800-349-4358 to get warranty information on your dehumidifier.
This dehumidifier has an internal defrost system that prevents frost build up on its inner coils and allows for operation in areas with temperatures as low as 55 degrees.