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Santa Fe Dehumidifiers

Updated on August 11, 2009

Most homes, no matter how clean they appear to be, are polluted with dirt and dust. Almost all respiratory problems such as sinus, asthma, allergies are related to the quality of indoor air.

According to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) statistics, indoor air pollution is among the top five environmental risks to public health.

The average American spends 90% of their time indoors. Research has shown the air in your home may be up to 100 times more polluted than the air outside. 

Poor air quality is a problem that affects every household. If left alone, it could pose a variety of health problems.

That's why a dehumidifier is necessary to keep the quality of air in your living space to its optimal level.

It does so by bringing down the level of humidity to where it should be and keep your home comfortably dry. It simply removes humidity by taking moisture out of the air.

When it comes to dehumidifier, nothing comes quite close to Santa Fe dehumidifiers.

Why Choose Santa Fe?

You may or may not heard of Santa Fe dehumidifiers, but the brand Santa Fe is the premium end of residential and light commercial dehumidifiers.

No other unit on the market does a better job of extracting water moisture from the air and keeping the humidity to acceptable level than Santa Fe unit.

Available in a variety of sizes, Santa Fe dehumidifiers are rated as the best residential dehumidifiers on the market to handle large space area.

The most compact of all is the Santa Fe Compact Dehumidifier. It's so small yet powerful to fit in tight space.

Other model like Santa Fe RX Dehumidifier comes in a more stylish casing, more ideal for use in offices, living room, and basement.

The only downside to Santa Fe is the initial cost of investment. The cheapest model will set you back a cool $1000 while top of the line i.e. Santa Fe RX Dehumidifier is priced slightly below $2000 per unit.

However, most Santa Fe line of dehumidifiers are considered to be the most energy-efficient units of all Energy Star-rated dehumidifiers.

What this means is that Santa Fe dehumidifiers will cost less to run per pint of water removed from the air than any other dehumidifiers on the market. Thereby saving you more money in the long-term operating cost.

If you're concerned of the air quality in your house and how it affects you and the health of your loved ones, Santa Fe dehumidifier is worth an investment.

It might seem to appear pricey at first but the long-term savings far outweigh the initial cost of purchase.

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