If you are in the market for a dehumidifier, finding a dependable system doesn’t have to be a difficult task. At Woods Basement Systems, our system design specialists recommend SandiDry Sedona dehumidifiers to homeowners because this dehumidifier is unlike anything else on the market. This Sedona system will save the homeowner money in the long run and communicates the system’s functions.
Here we will break down why the Sedona dehumidifier surpasses the competition.
The system won’t run under freezing conditions
- The Sedona dehumidifier is designed smarter than other dehumidifiers because once the temperature reaches a freezing temperature, the system will not run. Why does this matter? Other dehumidifiers will run during these cold temperatures and will freeze. Once temperatures rise, the system will reset into defrost mood to melt the ice and regain normality. This defrost process requires a great amount of electricity that will be costly to any electric bill.
The system communicates with the homeowner
- The Sedona is set to not run at low temperatures of dew points. What makes the Sedona different from any other dehumidifier on the market is that this system will display why the system will not run. When the temperature or dew point is too low to run the message “There is no service required and the unit is working as it should” will be displayed. Once the temperature reaches a level that the system can operate on, the message will disappear, and the dehumidifier will go make to its regular display.
- Why is this important to an owner? This system was designed to notify the homeowner why the system isn’t running to ensure the owner that the dehumidifier isn’t broken. The Sedona dehumidifier works to benefit both the owner and customer service. Communicating ensures each party will have peace of mind knowing that the system is operating properly.
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