We're in a very soupy heatwave here in the metro boston area (90
degrees, 90 percent humidity), and to top it off a lot of moisture seems
to seep up through our foundation (not through cracks but seemingly just
through the concrete).
My wife tried buying a dehumidifier at the hardware store today, but
she says she's returning it tomorrow; it may work at taking some water
out of the air but the downside is that it's exhaust is very hot -
adding hot (but hopefully drier) air to an already hot room.
So, are there any recommendations for a good dehumidifier that might
not have as hot exhaust? What are the better models out there?
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