Frigidaire FAD704DWD 70-Pint Dehumidifier
About this item
- Frigidaire dehumidifier has 70-pint capacity
- Prevents accumulation of mold, mildew and bacteria
- Low temperature makes it energy efficient
- Moves easily from room to room on wheels
- Programmable controls
Breathing comfortably in the home is very important and when you are dealing with mold, mildew and excess bacteria there’s no way to truly breathe comfortably. The Frigidaire® 70-Pint Dehumidifier changes that. This Frigidaire dehumidifier gets that excess moisture out of the air with ease. Use the Frigidaire Dehumidifier in a variety of spaces and for continuous operation, hook it up to a proper drain.
The Frigidaire 70-Pint Dehumidifier is the perfect solution to a damp bathroom or a basement. This machine runs quietly and efficiently so there won’t be the annoying humming sound that some appliances make. With a 70-pint daily capacity, you can be sure your Frigidaire gets the job done each day and that the air you and your family breathe will be free from problematic particulates.
Who Needs a Dehumidifier?
The truth is everyone can use a Frigidaire Dehumidifier because every home has an excess amount of moisture in it unless the air is constantly circulating between interior and exterior sources. The people who could definitely use a dehumidifier are those with breathing issues such as asthma or allergies. These folks are constantly battling congestion and other uncomfortable consequences from having too much dampness in the home.
Others who would benefit from a dehumidifier are people who are having to deal with damp air as part of the natural environment. People who live in the Southeast, for example, have very humid days and nights. The air conditioner can only extract so much humidity from the air, and on hot days the humidity makes the heat stifling. Use a dehumidifier to make the room a bit less stifling and this will help your air conditioner run more efficiently.
What Should You Look for in a Dehumidifier?
All dehumidifiers, like the Frigidaire model, should be extremely energy efficient. Since these models will be running for long periods of time, a low-temperature model such as this one doesn’t use a lot of electricity. A model with a high capacity is important as well. The 70-pint model is perfect because it can draw a lot of water from the air. Just to give an idea of how much 70 pints is, that’s equivalent to nearly 9 gallons of water. This system reliably removes a lot of water from the air each day.
The other consideration is a dehumidifier that can be automated. The Frigidaire comes with settings for the proper amount of humidity you would like in a home. Additionally, being portable matters too. This dehumidifier has wheels on casters allows it to easily be moved from room to room. Wherever it is needed, it goes with ease.
Places to Use a Dehumidifier
If any room in the home has a musty smell, there’s a good chance the room is a haven for dampness. Rooms like this tend to be basements or other places where water doesn’t have the chance to evaporate. Rooms that have had problems with mold are also candidates for a dehumidifier. Once the mold is remedied, use a dehumidifier to keep the space free from dampness so mold can’t reform.