This winter there are apparently more flu and viral strains than ever before. It’s bad enough to have to put up with contagion during commuting let alone getting infected when you’re in the comfort of your own home. So why not make sure you don’t give them a chance to get near you by installing a dehumidifier.
During the dehumidifier season from September to March when the temperatures are low, dampness can be a prime cause of bacterial infection and EcoAir produces a range of domestic dehumidifiers which greatly reduce dampness in the home, whilst the built in silver ion filters will snatch up those air borne bugs before you get the chance to breathe them in. The filter also happily goes on to control the growth of spores and viruses which theoretically will help prevent illness, allergies and anyone beset by breathing difficulties.
There is an added bonus to using the ECO DD322FW dehumidifier because with less moisture in the air, a room will heat up much quicker, so you can look forward to lower fuel bills this winter too.
Sally Fok from EcoAir comments: “This new type of dehumidifier really does offer so many benefits at the flick of a switch. It’s thought around a fifth of all homes in the UK suffer with damp and condensation which has been made worse in recent years by the increasing use of modern appliances and new building techniques. These new products are really simple to use, cost-effective and eco-friendly too.”
The range is capable of extracting from 7 to 10 litres of moisture a day at temperatures of between 1 and 40C
The ECO DD322FW range starts from £129 and are available from www.ecoair.org