My crawl space in Virginia is still somewhat damp -- never really
dried out after the hurricane and it is mid winter here. I have
redone the moisture barrier, realigned the downspouts, etc. I am
considering a dehumidifier down there for summertime -- does anyone
know a unit that is fairly horizontal? This is a crawl space, not a
On 11 Feb 2004 17:10:18 -0800, email@example.com (Power Cat) wrote:
My crawl space is 24" high. I use a small upright unit, 15 qt
capacity I believe. The unit is controlled by a humidistat
(dehumidistat?) which I rigged up. It is set for 55% relative
humidity. A hose was attached to the dehumidifier's drain and the end
was placed through a hole in the moisture barrier to allow the
condensate to escape into the dirt. It works very well.
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