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Crawl Space Dehumidifiers

Crawl space dehumidifiers are designed specifically to remove water, prevent mold, mildew, wood rot and damp musty odors in those tight areas where traditional dehumidifiers can not fit. All of our crawl space dehumidifiers are compact, rugged and will help reduce excess humidity. We offer a variety of sizes and features to reduce moisture laden air from entering your home through the crawl space. Our crawl space dehumidifiers include our DezAir crawl space dehumidifier as well as robust Fral dehumidifiers. View our complete selection of dehumidifiers.

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Alorair Sentinel HD55 Crawl Space Dehumidifier


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Basements
WhiteWing 70 Pint Dehumidifier without Pump


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WhiteWing 70 Pint Dehumidifier with Built-In Pump


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WhiteWing 55 Pint Dehumidifier without Pump


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WhiteWing 90 Pint Dehumidifier without Pump


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WhiteWing 90 Pint Dehumidifier with Built-in Pump


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WhiteWing SuperDry 125 Pint Dehumidifier with Built-In Pump


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Alorair Sentinel HD90 Compact Dehumidifier


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Aprilaire 1850F 95 Pint Dehumidifier


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WhiteWing SuperDry 90 Pint Dehumidifier with Built-In Pump


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Ebac CD85 Dehumidifier with Built-in Pump


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Ebac CD30 Dehumidifiers

Ebac CD30 Dehumidifiers

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$799.00


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Ebac CD30E Dehumidifiers

Ebac CD30E Dehumidifiers

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$824.00


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Ebac CS60 Dehumidifiers

Ebac CS60 Dehumidifiers

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$1,299.00


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Alorair Sentinel HDi90 Crawl Space Dehumidifier with Pump


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Pure & Dry Whisper 70-Pint Dehumidifier without Built-In Pump by Aerus

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Crawl spaces, while they may have less cubic feet due to the lower ceiling height are actually harder to dehumidify and require more airflow. Why? Because it is harder and takes more air pressure to circulate air throughout the crawlspace due to the low ceiling. We recommend approximately twice the airflow when sizing up a dehumidifier for a crawl space. Any vent windows should be closed so the outside air does not come in to add moisture. Finally, if your crawlspace has a dirt floor, we recommend you use a vapor barrier to reduce the moisture from evaporating continually from the ground. This is why a good crawl space dehumidifier costs more than an average home dehumidifier.

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