Humidity in your home not only causes musty and stale smells but more importantly is a breeding ground for mold, mildew, and various insects. In case of excess humidity you might consider installation of a dehumidifier into your basement or crawl space. Dehumidification is the process of removing water from the air. By doing so, you allow the air you breathe to become purified, and you create a much more comfortable and healthy living environment.
Using an interior dehumidifier will only partially clean the air. If left unchecked, excess humidity and moisture can lead to musty odors, mold and mildew growth and allow dust mites to thrive. These impurities can trigger asthma, allergies and other health concerns. At PEP Waterproofing, we only offer professional grade products. The models we carry for the basement and crawl space from Santa Fe™ will automatically maintain the perfect amount of humidity level in your home.
Santa Fe™ dehumidification systems can cover up to 3,500 square feet and can remove up to 110 pints of water per day depending on the model that is selected to best suit your home. They are used primarily in the basement and crawl space. Their compact design and quiet operation mean they are unobtrusive to your living space. Santa Fe™ models require a simple cleaning or filter replacement just once a year to keep your dehumidifier in top condition and keep your home a healthy space!
SantaFe crawl space and basement dehumidifiers offer a great value to Missouri homeowners. A SantaFe brand dehumidifier saves around $250 each year in energy operating costs, plus, savings in HVAC costs. In addition to the energy savings over traditional dehumidifiers offered through big box home improvement stores, they will create a more comfortable living space.
Conveniently sized for installation in crawl space or basement
Horizontal and vertical solutions for any kind of basement or crawl space applications
Stop mold spores and particles down to 1 micron in size
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Basement Waterproofing in Richland, MO
I purchased a 75 year old home that was supposed to have a small amount of "seepage" when it rained. To my surprise, when it rained I was standing in 4" of water in my basement. I called several companies and they all had different options and costs. However, no one would guarantee or warranty ...