De-Humidifier search

Anyone know of a good manufacturer or model?
I need a good de-humidifier and have no idea where to find one.
Thanks...
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What kind; standalone, furnace mounted, in-plenum?
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I think furnace mounted de-humidifiers are called air conditioners, here in the states ;-)
Stand alones ...Sears? H-D? Lowes? Wal-Mart? Target?

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Just make sure you get one that operates in lower temperatures. Sometimes these are called "basement dehumidifiers" because most regular ones don't work below 60 degrees (something like that).
Also make sure you have a place where you can put one that is noisey.
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Get the biggest model. They tend to be the most effiicient. Sears Kenmore is always rated well by Consumer Reports. I have their big one and it is doing fine. Look for it on sale for about $200.

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