Basement & Crawl Space Dehumidifiers in CT

Ultimate Solution to Basement Humidity in CT!

Moldy Wall in ConnecticutJust because you have a waterproofing system doesn't mean you have a dry basement. Does your basement feel dry, smell dry and look dry? If not, it may be time for an upgrade.

Basements can become damp even after a basement waterproofing system is installed.

  • Capillary Action: A block wall may not leak, but it feels damp because it's wicking the water inside it to the surface like a sponge.

  • Water Vapor: Water vapor can come through your walls and floor. By installing one of the basement wall systems and our ThermalDry® Floor Matting, we don't have to worry about wicking and have slowed water vapor transmission down considerably.

  • Exterior Air Leaking: Water also gets into your basement from exterior air leaking into your basement. This is not a problem as long as the outside air is cooler than the basement. It's the warmer summertime air that moves lots of water into our basement.

We fix basement mold and humidity problems in Stamford, Fairfield, Norwalk, West Hartford, Hamden, Brookfield, Chappaqua, Darien, Wilton and nearby. Get your free dry basement price estimate today!

Wet (and Dry) Basement Science

When outside air is warmer than indoor air condensation occurs, especially when it's humid outside air. Subterranean levels of homes suffer the most from humidity. This is because the Relative Humidity of air goes up 2.2% for every degree you cool it. Basements are always cool because they are below ground. And we know that a house is like a chimney - air flows upwards, allowing air to escape the upper levels, with new air being sucked in at the lower levels.

Condensation builds on ducts in the basement

Condensation forms on ducts.

If it's an 80-degree day with relative humidity of 80% and we suck this air into our basements and cool it to 68 degrees, the Relative Humidity goes up by 26.4% (12 degrees x 2.2%).

But wait a minute... 80% plus 26.4% is more than 100%, and we can't have more than 100%!

Instead, as the air becomes saturated, it gives up its moisture on your cold basement walls, floor, water tank, pipes, and other cold things. This is called condensation."

This allows your basement to become the perfect home for mold to grow and cause "stinky basement syndrome." And dust mites love high relative humidity levels as well.

The Moisture Control Solution: the Sanidry Dry Basement System

In order to eliminate condensation you need to take water out of the air. This step needs to be done efficiently and effectively (not so easy unless you have the right equipment to do it with).

SaniDry™ Basement Dehumidifier Compared to a Conventional Dehumidifier

SaniDry™ Dehumidifier is much more powerful than a conventional model dehumidifier.

Energy Efficient, Industrial Strength Dehumidifier 
A dehumidifier is the is the best answer to basement humidity in CT. But not just any dehumidifier!

At Basement Systems, we have been dealing with this issue intensely for nearly 20 years. The only machine that will get you the results you need is one called a SaniDry™ Basement Air System. And it's an awesome solution to basement humidity in CT!

To receive a FREE copy of "Dry Basement Science," which talks in more detail about dehumidification. relative humidity, and the SaniDry™ Basement and Crawl Space Air System, schedule your FREE home inspection and estimate, and we'll send the book to you.

For basement and crawl space dehumidifier in Connecticut, we service the following areas: Ansonia, Berlin, Bethel, Bloomfield, Branford, Branford, Bridgeport, Bridgewater, Burlington, Danbury, Darien, Derby, Fairfield, Farmington, Greenwich, Groton, Hamden, Hartford, Manchester, Meriden, Middletown, Milford, Monroe, Naugatuck, New Haven, New London, North Haven, Norwalk, Norwich, Orange, Redding, Seymour, Shelton, Stamford, Stratford, Trumbull, Vernon, Wallingford, Waterbury, Watertown, Westport, Wethersfield, Windsor, and Woodbury.

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