The climate in the UK is highly variable, and these temperature extremes cause many homes to experience high condensation levels, especially during autumn and winter. Moisture levels within the home also increase when we shower or dry our washing indoors - as a result of this, damp, mould and mildew build up to worrying levels. This is where a dehumidifier is an ideal solution. They work by pulling air in and running it past a cooling coil, which in turn removes moisture from the air by reducing the temperature.
Why do you need a dehumidifier?
Damp and condensation
A dehumidifier will noticably reduce both condensation and damp, as well as preventing them from returning.
Mould and mildew
Keeping the humidity levels under control will prevent mould, mildew and harmful bacteria from occurring in your home.
By reducing moisture in the room, dehumidifiers speed up the drying process, so you can enjoy clean and dry clothes sooner.
Forte FTE Dehumidifiers
This dehumidifier is available in three sizes to suit rooms 15, 24 and 30m2 and it features a ‘laundry’ setting - perfect to help aid the clothes drying process.
Forte DX Dehumidifiers
This dehumidifier is also available in three sizes to suit rooms 15, 24 and 30m2 rooms, with both the 10L and 16L models coming in a stylish white/black colour scheme.
Ultra Compact Dehumidifiers
This dehumidifier is ideal for small spaces, with an ideal room size of up to 15m2. It has an easy to operate on-off switch and can extract up to 10 litres a day under optimum conditions.