Dehumidifiers Shopping Guide

If you're in the market for a dehumidifier, you've joined the ranks of the many people who realize that good air quality in your home is vital to good health. If you suffer from allergies or asthma, quality air in your home is even more important. Dehumidifiers provide what you need by filtering all the impurities out of the air in your home, almost like your filtration water pitcher does with the water in your home. Dehumidifiers take all the air in a room, squeeze out the moisture, and with it, all the dust, dander, pollen and other foreign particles in the air, and return the cleaned air to the atmosphere. This process may sound complicated, but it's fairly simple.

Finding the right dehumidifier, on the other hand, can be a little tricky. Dehumidifiers come in a variety of sizes and the amount of water they can hold. This in particular is an issue for dehumidifiers since they function by removing water from the air. Once the tank is full, they need to be emptied before you can continue use.

Another big issue is the Energy Star status of the dehumidifier. Dehumidifiers that are Energy Star certified use less energy and save you money, as well as being better for the environment. Of course, since you are saving so much money on power, you should expect to pay a little more for the unit.

With all this taken into account, the best dehumidifier on the market is probably the GE-AHR65LM. This dehumidifier is equipped to hold up to 65 pints per day and is Energy Star certified. It's one of the larger units on the market at 15 5/6 x 23 x 10, and the price is a bit over $ 200, but it should still fit easily into any room, and its high capacity allows it to take on rooms of value size.



Source by Craig Berger