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The Best Frigidaire Dehumidifiers

Updated on April 4, 2010

Frigidaire dehumidifiers

What are frigidaire dehumidifiers

A dehumidifier is an appliance commonly used in the home to reduce humidity to around preferably 30-50%. A dehumidifier reduces humidity by removing excess moisture from the surrounding area. High humidity results in the growth of mold and mildew which can damage household furniture, curtains and clothes. Additionally humid environments are not pleasant for those suffering from allergies or asthma.One of the best brand of dehumidifiers is frigidaire

Frigidaire dehumidifiers

 Frigidaire dehumidifiers come in several different sizes including their largest dehumidifier which is able to remove 70 pints of water per day. This is suitable for a large house which is in need of excess moisture removal. Smaller frigidaire dehumidifiers are also available for office and single rooms. Frigidaire dehumidifiers come in 50 and 25 pint sizes, and as these are smaller they cost less too. They are portable dehumidifiers too which means you can move them from room to room or office to office depending on where you need to remove the moisture from. Even better is the fact that frigidaire dehumidifiers use less energy and electricity than air conditioning, so you can save money on your electric bill.

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Frigidaire Dehumidifiers Review

 Find out what people say about frigidaire dehumidifiers before you buy one.

50 pint frigidaire dehumidifier is said to be portable, easy to carry around, good value for money. They were useful for large rooms, and garages. Negative points were slighly noisy and generated a little heat. However all in all the 50 frigidaire dehumidifiers got a 4.3 out of 5 based on 20 reviewers.

25 pint frigidaire dehumidifiers reviews were also positive. Customers stated that it was easy to carry around and effective in lowering humidity and improving the smell of damp areas. As before the only negative aspect was the noise. Although some people have claimed they think the 25 pint dehumidifier is much quieter than they expected.

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