Five dehumidifier facts you must know
With winter right around the corner, we’re proud to announce our new ABC range of dehumidifiers. They’re perfect for keeping your home damp and mould free this winter, so we thought we’d give you 5 dehumidifying facts that you might not know.
They reduce airborne moisture
A dehumidifier reduces the moisture in the air and collects it in a tank. Simply empty the tank when it’s full and the moisture is gone forever. By reducing the airborne moisture levels, it actually increases the rooms temperature. Therefore, dehumidifiers are perfect for anyone who’s looking to keep their heating bills down.
Helps clothes dry & extends food life cycle
By reducing the humidity in your home, it actually helps clothes to dry faster and foods such as bread to last longer. Perfect for those winter days that are lacking enough sun to hang the clothes out to dry on the clothes line, or those Sunday mornings when you’re craving a full English but the bread’s gone stale.
Reduces Rust and Corrosion
Moisture in the air is what leads to rust and corrosion. A dehumidifier fights this and will help to keep your metal goods, such as tools, computers and even furniture rust free. This means lower repair costs and less time cleaning up rust on your beloved items.
If you’re like us and you hate dust, a dehumidifier is perfect for you. It’ll reduce the levels of dust floating around your home, giving you more free time to sit back and relax, rather than spend countless hours hoovering.
The Meaco ABC range is cost & energy efficient
The Meaco ABC range of dehumidifiers is extremely energy and cost efficient. Costing just 2.45 pence per hour to run. That means it would cost a mere 58.5 Pence to run for a whole day. Combine this with the fact that the ABC dehumidifier will turn itself off automatically once it detects low levels of moisture.