Turn on one or several dehumidifiers to remove the water from the house. Dehumidifiers work best in enclosed areas, so close windows when they are in use. If the water is confined to a certain area, such as a bedroom or bathroom, place the dehumidifier inside and close the door.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do you get rid of a dehumidifier?
How to Dispose of Dehumidifiers. Dehumidifiers remove moisture from the air. They do this by cooling the air that is drawn into the unit, causing condensation. The condensed moisture is stored in a holding tank that you must empty on occasion. To cool the air within the unit, a dehumidifier uses Freon (chloroflourocarbon gas).
When to run a dehumidifier in the bathroom?
If you have an exhaust fan in the bathroom, turning it on every time you shower will reduce moisture in the air and lessen the need for a dehumidifier. If you don't have an exhaust fan, though, or if you’ve discovered mold despite using an exhaust fan, you may want to consider a dehumidifier. Preventing Bathroom Mold.