What do you need to improve the air quality in your home?
Do you have moisture problems or mold in your home? Then your house is probably too humid. A dehumidifier helps to draw the moisture from the air. By lowering the humidity, you also lower the chance of damp patches and make it more difficult for mold to spread. Aside from the dehumidifier, you do also need a mold remover to completely solve the mold issue.
- Draws moisture form the air.
- Reduces moisture problems like molds and musty smells.
- Suitable to speed up the drying process of laundry in the laundry room.
A humidifier moistens the air in a room by dispersing water in the air. When the temperature outside drops, turning on the heating also causes a drop in the humidity of your home. You start to experience dry eyes, irritated airways, and other complains, for example. A humidifier ensures that the humidity is brought back up to the ideal humidity level. This is somewhere between 40% and 60%.
- Ensures an ideal humidity in the house.
- Choose from different humidification techniques.
- Reduces complains such as dry eyes and irritated airways.
Fine dust, bacteria, pollen, and mold in the air reduce the air quality. This causes complains like headaches, dry skin, and tiredness. To filter the contaminants that cause this from the air, you use an air purifier. Air purifiers clean the air with filters, ionization, or a combination of the two.
- Cleans pollution from the air.
- Reduces complaints in the case of allergies or asthma.
- Reduces the amount of (fine) dust in your home.