Keep your house and your wallet comfortable.
Dehumidifiers pull moisture from the air, which can protect your home and keep it more comfortable. Too much indoor humidity can encourage mold and mildew. Over time, these can irritate allergies, cause damage to your home and its contents, and produce musty odors.
That said, dehumidifiers use a lot of energy since they run for many hours a day. An ENERGY STAR® certified dehumidifier has more efficient refrigeration coils, compressors, and fans, and uses 28 percent less energy than similar-sized conventional and non-certified models, while removing the same amount of moisture from the air.
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An ENERGY STAR Certified Dehumidifier Can Save You More Than $300 in Energy Costs Over the Lifetime of the Appliance
To maximize your savings, be sure to select a model that is appropriately sized for the space and moisture level of the room where it will operate. If the space being dehumidified frequently falls below 65 degrees Fahrenheit, consider buying a model specifically rated for lower temperatures.