A key factor to consider when choosing a dehumidifier is the amount of air movement needed to distribute dry air throughout your home.
Most free-standing dehumidifiers tend to recirculate the air immediately surrounding them, creating a zone of warm, lower-relative-humidity. This often leads to a dehumidifier prematurely shutting down its cooling cycle and then starting up again a short time later — not only is this inefficient, but it delivers poor moisture removal.
All Santa Fe dehumidifiers feature patented dual exhaust (except the smallest Compact70) specifically designed to provide the optimal amount of airflow in crawl spaces and basements.
The powerful dual exhaust improves air circulation throughout the entire space, allowing the maximum amount of air to be treated in the shortest time. Dual exhaust dehumidifiers will offer a lot of versatility for any application.
A whole house ventilating dehumidifier is a dehumidifier designed to work with the home’s HVAC system to bring in outdoor air, which improves air quality by diluting indoor contaminates, all while dehumidifying the entire home to maintain a set relative humidity (RH) level.
Santa Fe also offers the flexibility to be installed independently of the HVAC system. This allows for proper dehumidification throughout the home when mini-split A/C systems are used.
If you need additional help installing your dehumidifier call us at 1-800-533-7533 to speak with one of our knowledgeable product specialists. All calls will be live.