As humidity levels rise in a crawlspace, moisture condensates on the surfaces, which creates an ideal space for mold and rot to grow. As this happens, all organic material in the crawlspace can become damaged- this can include wooden floorboards and structural support beams. A rotting crawlspace will eventually begin to sag, creating uneven floors above.
While mold and rot grow in the crawlspace, odors will begin to rise into your home. Mold spores are a known allergen, and they can significantly affect anyone in the home who suffers from asthma or allergies.
While other waterproofing systems help to keep water out of your basement and home, a dehumidifier is a great way to avoid humidity in the air and keep your crawlspace a clean, dry, and safe environment. Our dehumidifiers offer giant performance in a small package, will easily fit in crawlspaces, and allow for consistent temperature and humidity control. Additional features include a digital control display which makes it easy to read in dark spaces, and low operating costs as all of our units are EnergyStar certified, therefore minimizing the impact to utility bills without sacrificing the efficiency of moisture removal.