Reducing excessive moisture in your home can help combat unpleasant musty smells and allergies caused by the growth of bacteria and mold. Many people choose to use dehumidifiers to help control moisture and improve the air quality in their homes. The average ENERGY STAR® certified dehumidifier can save up to $175 over the life of the unit.
For fresh air and energy savings, purchase an energy-efficient dehumidifier. Look for the blue ENERGY STAR label when you shop—and take advantage of the seasonal $25 rebate on ENERGY STAR certified dehumidifiers.
Moisture can enter your home from many places and many homes have more than one source of moisture. Reducing the amount of moisture entering your home is the best way to solve moisture problems. Read tips on how to reduce moisture in your home.
A dehumidifier can help maintain the humidity in your home at optimal levels to improve the quality of air, but it should be properly sized for the needs of your home. A dehumidifier that is too large will waste energy and lead to higher electricity bills. Read our step-by-step guide to help you choose the right dehumidifier size for your home.
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