Damp and moisture are easily formed in basements when the warm air from upstairs meets the cool air in the basement. Moisture can also enter the basement from the outside. During the summer and autumn, this can lead to very high humidity levels in your basement. Too high humidity levels can damage your house and lead to costly repairs and sanitation work, and will also affect the comfort level of the house.
A dehumidifier in the basement will quickly and efficiently lower the humidity level and eliminate the risk of moisture and mould damages. By keeping a relative humidity level around 50% you will create a healthy and comfortable environment for your house and the people living in it.