Crawl Space Dehumidifier
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- Automatically controls humidity level to prevent crawl space mold growth, wood rot, and odors.
- Removes up to 100 pints of water from crawl space air per day.
- Drains water automatically to sump or condensate pump.
- Filters mold spores and other particles from the crawl space air.
The most effective and efficient way to dry your crawl space
Your crawl space sucks in outside air. When outside air enters the cool crawl space, this leads to high humidity and condensation, which causes mold growth and odors.
The most effective and efficient way to dry your crawl space and upper living space is with the SaniDry Sedona high-performance crawl space dehumidifier and air system.
Why is the SaniDry Sedona the best dehumidifier for crawl spaces?
Our top recommended compact dehumidifier for crawl spaces, the high-performance SaniDry Sedona, is specifically designed to keep damaging crawl space moisture under control.
SaniDry Sedona Features
- Reduces and controls humidity to help prevent mold, mildew, and musty odors.
- Removes up to 100 pints of water per day from the crawl space air.
- Automatic drainage means no messy water tray to empty. Water drains automatically to a sump pump or condensate pump.
- Set it and forget it controls automatically maintain the ideal humidity level and restart the unit when power is restored after an outage.
A crawl space dehumidifier and encapsulation system helps control humidity, reduce mold problems, and make indoor air healthier.
Two Steps to a Dry Crawl Space: SaniDry Sedona + CleanSpace Encapsulation System
Building scientists recommend
crawl space encapsulation to control crawl space moisture. Basement Systems' crawl space encapsulation process includes two main steps:
- Isolate the crawl space from moisture in the soil and outside air using the heavy-duty CleanSpace vapor barrier and covers to seal vent openings in the foundation.
Some states require the installation of a sump pump in a sealed crawl space. Check with your local contractor about specific building code requirements.
- Dry out the air in the crawl space and maintain proper humidity levels with a crawl space dehumidifier.
In colder climates, adding rigid foam insulation to sealed crawl space walls can help eliminate condensation on cold surfaces, which reduces the chance of mold and rot. It can also reduce energy loss from air ducts, make first-level floors warmer, and minimize drafts.
Answers to your crawl space dehumidifier questions
Do dehumidifiers work in crawl spaces?
When installed in a crawl space that's been encapsulated and sealed, a dehumidifier in the crawl space helps control humidity and can help prevent mold problems and wood rot. A crawl space dehumidifier can also help alleviate allergies and asthma symptoms caused by poor indoor air quality.
What is the best dehumidifier for a crawl space?
The best crawl space dehumidifiers are built with low-temperature operation and size in mind. Frost can form on the condensing coils during cold weather. The SaniDry Sedona crawl space dehumidifier from Basement Systems operates at temperatures as low as 40 degrees fahrenheit and an auto-defrost feature helps prevent the unit from freezing. The Sedona's compact size makes it an ideal option for tight crawl spaces.
How much does it cost to install a dehumidifier in a crawl space?
The cost of installing a crawl space dehumidifier varies based on labor costs and other requirements of the project. Contact your local Basement Systems contractor to schedule a
free consultation and cost estimate.
Where to Buy the SaniDry Sedona
The SaniDry Sedona crawl space dehumidifier and all of our CleanSpace crawl space products are installed exclusively by Basement Systems dealers. Find your local crawl space contractor to schedule your free consultation and get pricing on crawl space dehumidifier installation.
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