How to Get Rid of Humidity in a House With Wet Windows

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If you've got a humid house with poor ventilation, such as wet windows, one of the best ways to dry out the home is by purchasing a dehumidifier. Dehumidifiers suck in the humidity into a reservoir tank and can help prevent mould and control allergies. Dehumidifiers can be purchased at any home appliance store such as Sears or Best Buy.

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  1. 1

    Choose the dehumidifier you'd like to buy. The main differences between dehumidifiers are reservoir size and automatic features such a humidity control.

  2. 2

    Buy the dehumidifier and set it up in the most humid area in your home. Basements are often the most humid.

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    Turn on the dehumidifier by following the unique accompanying instructions with your dehumidifier model.

  4. 4

    Remove the reservoir tank when the dehumidifier fills and empty the water into a sink. Re-install the reservoir tank the same way it was removed or by following the accompanying instructions provided with the dehumidifier.

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