How big a job do you need it for, a small or a large room ?
I’ve bought quite expensive marine dehumid before (£300) not sure they were any better than cheaper ones. IME they don’t make much noise, same as a fridge. You can pick them up from DIY shops or Caravan suppliers.
It helps a lot to warm to the room up (heating on or seperate heaters) and/or have fans running (they are noisy) whilst running the dehumid, also keep room sealed. I found small room with lots of wet stuff can be dried out overnight. A friend who had major water leak (so wet floors, walls) took a few weeks with a number of “industrial” units.Posted 4 years agofreeagentMember
we have this one –
it is brilliant.Posted 4 years ago
We’ve recently had some building work done on our house and have been running it 24/7 to help dry the place out.Harry_the_SpiderSubscriber
I’ve got a ‘Prem-i-air X-Dry EH1506’
It does a cracking job.Posted 4 years agozilog6128Subscriber
I bought one last year as I live in a flat and we dry washing indoors. Went with the Which? magazine recommendation which was an Ebac, got a bit of change out of a couple of hundred quid.
It’s very quiet and apparently very energy efficient. Has a “smart” feature so you leave it on all the time but it only starts working when it needs to. Not got a massive tank (18L) as it’s a small flat, empty it every couple of days or so which was a bit of an eye opener when we realised how much unwanted moisture was in the air!Posted 4 years agopopstarMember
Not long ago, had the same dilemma. Lurked on inet for some time and according to forums you cant go wrong with Meaco DDL range. One thing to consider with these white goods is their warranty. Brand name is not that important.Posted 3 years ago
So, from this trader I have bought mine and was well impressed with results and free* extended warranty. Best price atm.
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