Humidifiers that run constantly and need to be dumped can impact your utility bills and do not eliminate the source of the moisture in the air.
This open vent to a crawl space allows external air to enter this area. This can include dust, allergens and other air quality issues.
A vented crawl space with rust and oxidation on metal surface or items is a clear indicator of excessive moisture in the air.
Wet dirt floors and wood braces showing signs of having soaked up humidity in the crawl space air.
The appearance of a slaty material coming through these walls is actually know as efflorescence. It is when water passes through another material and leaves mineral deposits. This dehumidifier wont stop the water and moisture from continuing to impact the home.
Rust and other signs of moisture are easy to spot. This area was in need of a treatment to kill some of the beginning stages of mold and organic growth in this crawl space.
Sagging insulation allows pockets of moist air to make its way between the insulation and the wood flooring above.
A device like this one just doesn't have the power to rid an area like this crawl space of all of the moisture in the air. We offer the best dehumidifier available to help remove water from the air and direct it out of the crawl space when partnered with our many available sump pump options.
Water and moisture mixed with organic materials can lead to mildew, mold and harmful air quality in the home.