Moisture causes rust, dampness, and mold. Because of raised humidity level, your house tends to exhibit a peculiar kind of musty smell. If you’re living near a beach, the humidity problems become worse. You often find your older book collection getting damp and moldy, and there’s dampness everywhere in the house – on the floor, walls, and ceilings.
To bring indoor humidity level under optimum control and keep your indoors drier, healthier, and comfortable, Perfect Aire has launched its eco-friendly, energy efficient, and non-ozone depleting dehumidifier.
Perfect Aire 3PAD70 70-Pint Electric dehumidifier covers up to 4,500 square feet and brings humidity level from 80% to 50% within the first 6 hours of running.
The unit features two power levels, low-temperature operations (down to 41 degrees F), auto shut off/restart, washable filter, timer function, defrost control, and adjustable thermostat.
Being provided with a spacious bucket that holds up to 6.5 pints of water, the bucket-full indicator feature of the unit alerts when it’s time to empty the bucket. The bucket is easily accessible and comes with easy to carry handles. The check water level window and check filter light indicator offer smooth and easy operation.
With dimensions of 11 x 15.5 x 23.2 inches and weight of no less than 40 pounds, the unit is heavy but can be easily rolled around on hard floors. The unit is energy star listed and callus listed.
Perfect Aire 3PAD70 70-Pint Electric Dehumidifier creates healthy and comfortable indoors by keeping a close humidity check. It hampers any growth of pathogens, molds, and fungus and keeps your interiors free of any stale or musty odors.
The unit is equipped with all the technologically advanced features. It is easy to set up. The display readout is pretty convenient and user-friendly. It’s a decent dehumidifying unit but doesn’t justify the heavy price tag. Keeping in mind that the bucket of the unit is somewhat difficult to be placed back once removed, the unit is not as good as Frigidaire that’s comparatively cheaper with a user-friendly bucket. The only thing that Frigidaire lacks is the low-temperature operation feature otherwise, in my opinion, if you’re looking for an affordable basic dehumidifying unit, Frigidaire is the one you should go for.
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