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Breathing clean air is important for your respiration and health, and having the right humidity level also helps protect your property from becoming mouldy, or brittle from dehydration.
Dehumidifiers reduce levels of moisture in a room, lowering levels of condensation and damp. There are two main types of dehumidifier – refrigerant and dessicant.
Refrigerant dehumidifiers draw air through a filter and over cold coils, which causes water vapor to condense. These are the most popular in warmer rooms, especially occupied homes.
Dessicant dehumidifiers use an absorbent material to draw water from the air. They’re better suited to colder rooms like garages and conservatories.Shop all Dehumidifers
Low humidity can dry out your nose and throat, and can even cause breathing problems. It can also cause wooden furniture and books to shrink and warp. Humidifiers combat this by increasing moisture levels (humidity) inside a room.
Humidifiers come in two forms – warm mist and cool mist. Warm mist humidifiers use an internal heating element to boil water and gently release the steam into the room. In cool mist humidifiers, a wick filter absorbs water and a fan blows the air vapour through the filter.Shop all Humidifiers
Air purifiers remove contaminants like dust, pollen and pet dander from the air. They’re great for people with allergies as they can remove up to 99.9% of allergens and bacteria, leaving just fresh and odourless air.
The majority of air purifiers use built in filters, which catch contaminants as the air passes through it. Look for models with high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters, which can catch the tiniest of particles and offer the best air purification.Shop all Purifier