The long hot summer days often get a bit humid, and if you like cool summer days even if the sun is blazing outside then you might want to consider a dehumidifier for your home or office. A dehumidifier extracts the moisture from the air to give you easy breathable air which especially helps those that suffer from asthma.
Air Treatment and Operation
QBIC Heating understands that many of our valued clients want to be as healthy as possible. With living and working in air-conditioned environments, there is a risk of breathing in recycled air that is not always as clean as can be. All our products are designed to give you the cleanest air possible and when you need to dehumidify your air, we have the products for you.
We have pure dehumidifiers that will extract up to 10 liters of moisture from the air every day and more. These portable dehumidifiers can be moved around the office and home to where they are needed most. With a working temperature between 5˚ to 32˚C you are assured of constant fresh air.
Wide Range of Use and Application
Besides making your rooms or office more comfortable to live and work in, our dehumidifiers can also be applied to help with other air treatment functions. These units can be used to dry the air in areas like attics or basements. If you are looking to use your basement as your home office, a dehumidifier can make the environment more usable than ever before.
Working from home or remotely is becoming more popular these days and you need to have your home office as comfortable as possible of course! Use our dehumidifiers to make your office or home far more comfortable and healthier. Look after your family with QBIC Heating and our full range of dehumidifiers.
A dehumidifier is a household appliance that reduces the level of humidity in the air, creating a healthier and more comfortable living environment.
Using a dehumidifier can help prevent growth of mold and mildew, reduce dust mite infestations, and alleviate allergies or asthma symptoms.
A dehumidifier extracts moisture from the air and stores it in a water reservoir. This process helps to reduce the overall humidity in your home.
Dehumidifiers are best placed in damp areas of your home, such as basements, bathrooms, or kitchens.
The frequency depends on the humidity level of the room and the capacity of the dehumidifier's reservoir. It might range from once a day to once a week.
While dehumidifiers are most often used in humid summer months, they can be used year-round if your home has high humidity levels.
The energy usage of a dehumidifier largely depends on its size and how often it runs. Energy-efficient models are available.
The size of the dehumidifier you need depends on the size of the space and how damp it is. Larger spaces or very damp areas will typically require a larger dehumidifier.
Yes, a dehumidifier can help reduce dampness and prevent the growth of mold and mildew by removing excess moisture from the air.