Wood's started manufacturing dehumidifiers in Canada as early as 1950. More than 70 years and over 600,000 sold dehumidifiers later, we know most about moisture and mould problems. Wood's dehumidifiers offer one of the easiest, affordable, and most effective ways to get rid of excess moisture and bad odours. With incredible durability, our dehumidifiers are known to last for many, many years.
Moisture and mould damage can cause enormous problems with large remediation costs as a result. The problems often arise in crawl spaces, basements, and bathrooms. New heating methods, poor constructions, and climate are some of the reasons why we often get humidity levels too high at home.
Mould is not only harmful to your house, but it is also very toxic for humans to inhale. Mould is linked to asthma and allergies and can affect our health very negatively. When the humidity level rises, the risk of mould growth increases, especially during the warmer months of the year.
Wood’s Sales Manager, Richard Sohlin explains how a dehumidifier works.
A condensation dehumidifier is the most energy-efficient way to get rid of excess moisture. Keep the relative humidity (RH) between 50-60% to avoid moisture damage.
Wood’s dehumidifiers do not require any complicated installation. All you have to do is plug it in, set the desired humidity, and the dehumidifier takes care of itself! By using a dehumidifier that only works when the humidity exceeds your set value, you keep energy consumption down, while the dehumidifier gives you safe and reliable protection against moisture problems.
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