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What are Dehumidifying Air Systems and What Does It Do?

Friday, June 26th, 2020 by Paiden Hutchens


Condensation, mold growth, and high humidity are all signs of high relative humidity, which is water in the air. These symptoms can bring about rotting, asthma, nesting pests, allergies, and other respiratory issues for residents. It can be costly to fix things like rotting floor joists or walls, and every homeowner should be aware of these issues in a home because of the damage it can cause. A reliable dehumidifier or a dehumidifying air system can keep crawl spaces or basements dry, healthy, and clean.

A dehumidifying air system is more than just a dehumidifier. It is a one stop shop for cleansing the air inside a finished or encapsulated space. For example, we recommend our self-draining SaniDry™ XP Basement Air System inside humid and wet basements. This unit is designed to dehumidify and filter air. It dehumidifies up to 2,500 square feet and is three times more efficient than other dehumidifiers. Our system here was designed for basements and can remove 110 pints of water a day as well as remove air particles as small as 2 microns, and it provides an optional odor filter.

We offer a few different patented products in the air systems category specially made for crawl spaces and basements alike. We provide free estimates on all our systems if you think your home could benefit from one of these dehumidifying air systems.

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