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Similar to indoor pool dehumidifiers, spa dehumidifiers will help keep the spa environment healthy and dry. Indoor spa, hot tub and Jacuzzi areas create tremendous amounts of humidity due to the combination of heat and water movement in a small space. Without proper dehumidification and ventilation, dampness and moisture can be a problem and risk, not only to the surrounding structures but also to your health. In absence of proper ventilation, problems like mold, mildew, and damage from high humidity may arise.

A spa dehumidifier will correct and stabilize the humidity in the area to prevent such problems. It will also remove indoor chemical odors, clear up condensation on glass surfaces, control structural moisture problems and give you a comfortable humidity level and a clean indoor spa environment.

In choosing your spa dehumidifier, it is important to consider certain factors. This includes the size of your spa, the size of the room the spa is in, the water and air temperature and what type of heat retention cover you use for the spa. Also take into consideration, the noise and energy levels of the spa dehumidifiers you have chosen. Features such as easy-to-empty bucket or tank, automatic pump with drain hose, auto shutoff, auto restart, user friendly controls, frost sensor, hose connection, timer, washable air filters, and portability can also play an important role in choosing the spa dehumidifier that best suits your needs.  Some sales companies offer engineers at no additional cost to help you choose the right dehumidifier for your needs. 

You’ll be glad to know that spa dehumidifiers are energy efficient. In fact, in addition to humidity control, it can recover energy from the dehumidification process and often heat an entire room, acting as a heater. It also comes with the option to cool the room during warmer months, or with some models, even heat the pool or spa water under certain conditions. And because the spa dehumidifier system is a closed loop system, it requires low maintenance, often with just simple return air filter maintenance needed.

To help your spa dehumidifiers do their job, think about adding ventilation systems which will help circulate the air and reduce the heat and moisture remaining indoors, especially after the spa is used. Though not feasible in colder climates, opening doors and windows when using your spa is an equally effective way to circulate the air inside. Other than keeping heat in, insulated covers are also helpful in preventing moisture loss and humidity to indoor space when your spa is not in use. Placing indoor plants around the area is also a good idea as indoor plants thrive on moisture, improving indoor air quality.

Investing in a good quality spa dehumidifier is the next logical step after having purchased your spa or hot tub. Nothing’s worse than sitting in your beautifully warm and luxurious spa in an uncomfortable and health hazardous environment. A spa dehumidifier will let you enjoy your state-of-the-art spa without the woes of mold, mildew, structural water damage, foggy windows or risks to your health.

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This article was published on Tuesday 07 August, 2012.



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