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Indoor pools are great for year round recreation and fun.  However, one of the most important things about maintaining an indoor pool is controlling the humidity inside your home or building.  Failing to do so will result in buildup of mold, growth of mildew, damaging corrosion, harmful rust, and excess moisture that will affect any delicate or sensitive equipment you might have.  And not to mention, swimmers and other pool users will likely be very uncomfortable if the humidity is too high.  There are even health hazards that come with excess moisture indoors.  A pool dehumidifier is the number one investment you need to make to keep both pool users and the structure healthy and safe.

Consider, for a moment, modern buildings and structures.  Engineering and construction practices have continuously improved over the years and it has lead to buildings being much more air tight than they used to be.  So air exchange (opening of windows or doors to combat high humidity inside) alone is not going to cut it when it comes to controlling indoor humidity levels, especially if you live in an area of the country that has high humidity most of the year anyway.  A pool dehumidifier is the more effective, and inexpensive, alternative available.

Not properly dehumidifying will cost you time, money, and plenty of headaches in the long run, guaranteed.  And this is one problem that really has the potential to snowball and develop into very serious dilemmas.  A commercial grade pool dehumidifier is the absolute best solution to this problem, and will pay for itself in no time with all the trouble it prevents.

The top three things to consider when shopping for or looking at commercial pool dehumidifiers: unit cost, low installation cost, and low operating cost.  Unit cost might not be the most important factor to watch, as some machines will utilize newer, and much better, technology that will improve performance.  Select a unit that utilizes low-grain refrigerant (LGR) technology.  With these units the air being dried will either pass over two separate coils or pass over the same coil at two different areas within the machine.  This causes the unit to pull a lot more water from the air with each pass.  A standard refrigerant dehumidifier will not be able to control the humidity to a safe level. Installation cost is a big one to watch for, and goes hand in hand with the operating cost.  These factors depend on the size of your device, and properly sizing your dehumidifier is crucial.  Be careful not to buy bigger than your space requires though, or you will be paying for the increased electricity required and a larger fee to install it.

Make sure to always compare capacity when you’re in the market for a pool dehumidifier.  Always ask questions and be sure to buy from a reputable business.  This will ensure you get the proper device for your pool, and that it will run smoothly for years to come, saving you money on replacements and maintenance.

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This article was published on Thursday 16 August, 2012.



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