Drying washing indoors can produce large amounts of water vapour that needs to be removed before it can damage the building fabric or generate mould growth that can be a risk to the health of occupants.
One of the major causes of condensation and mould in the home is drying clothes. As the clothes dry the moisture is released into the air and the air becomes damp, the room air feels colder, condensation forms on windows and mould grows faster.
The creation of a drying room solves the wet weather washing problem, where clothes often have to be placed on clothes horses or radiators. Not only do they provide a dedicated space for drying clothes indoors, drying rooms are also a popular alternative to the costs and carbon emissions involved with using high-energy clothes dryers.
The high-performance dehumidifiers recirculate the air and physically remove moisture from it. This alleviates the need to continuously reheat incoming air. Not only that, the units convert energy taken out of the room as moisture to provide useful heat to warm the room, accelerating the drying process.
Our dehumidifiers provide an efficient and cost-effective alternative to drying using heat alone. The potential energy savings are huge as every unit of energy that our dehumidifiers consumes, it will convert 2.5 times this amount to usable heat. In fact, compared to traditional heat and ventilation energy, cost savings of 75% are not unusual.
You can turn any room into a drying room just by using one of our dehumidifiers. Installations can be straightforward, as it only requires positioning, connecting a power supply and drain. The units have combined heating and drying so there is no need for separate heaters, fans and extraction systems.
Drying Rooms UK are able to supply dehumidifiers in a range of sizes to suit any space. Whatever you need, we have the drying solution for you.
Drying Rooms UK are able to supply dehumidifiers in a range of sizes to suit any space.
Whatever you need, we have the drying solution for you.