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Dehumidifiers Vs Whole House Ventilation

When it comes to signs of streaming windows or damp problems in our homes, our thoughts often turn to installing a dehumidifier, they're easy to pick up and put into your property but is that really problem solved?

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A dehumidifier is an electric appliance designed to remove excess moisture from the air and keep a room at optimum humidity. They can help keep condensation at bay which in turn prevents damp and improves the air quality in your home but there are limitations to purchasing a dehumidifier.



Benefits of a Dehumidifier

  • Relatively cheap, or at least cheap options - Just remember you get what you pay for!
  • Reduce humidity levels, combatting mould and damp and improving air quality.
  • Reduce skin irritants and allerens to dust.
  • With less humidity your clothes and bedding dry quicker.

Cons of Dehumidifiers

  • Dehumidifiers blow out warm air from the back of the unit, whilst this maybe a perk in the winter during the summer it could result in excess overbearing heat. The machine would also be needed throughout seasons; winter to combat damp but summer to cut down on pollen.
  • Usually cause an increase in energy costs.
  • Dehumidifiers collect water meaning they need to be regularly emptied.
  • They also need to be regularly cleaned otherwise black mould can start to grow on the machine , which can induce a wide range of health problems including allergic reactions, lung problems and irritation.

Why choose a whole house ventilation solution?

In comparison installing a whole house ventilation system may sound a little taunting but the long term and even short term benefits far outweigh the one-off installation.

So not only does a whole house ventilation solution do everything a dehumidifier does, it also doesn't come with any of the cons that a dehumidifier has.


Improve the air quality in your home today

Ultimately installing a whole house ventilation solution will immensely improve the air quality in your home, which improves respiratory issues and reduces asthma triggers.

As previously mentioned you get what you pay for so why not have a one-off cost that provides you with a complete solution and eliminates any recurring problems or constant need to re-purchase a new dehumidifier?

You can discover just what the state of your homes indoor air quality is by arranging an in-depth indoor air quality test. The specialist test will check for:

Once you have received your results you will be able to see just what benefits installing a ventilation system can bring.


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