Question about Dehumidifiers
There is no one answer to resolve your problem. I keep my basement about 35% year round. I have no dampness or rusting problems. I believe you would be OK as long as you are below 50%. Normally you turn the unit off when you are in the heating season as the heating system will automatically dry your home out but again depends where you live.
Set the control for what you want and see if it will hold that for you. If it cycles you are OK (this may take several hours). Get a humidity gauge at one of the box stores (they are part of many thermometers) and see where it settles at. Give it about two weeks. You may have to play with the settings as the controls have a tolerance in them. If you cannot get the humidity low enough you may need a second unit, again this depends on the area etc.
Posted on May 01, 2014
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