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    Dehumidifier

    Budget: £90-£160+

    About the size of a bedsize table, bigger possibly if decent tank.

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    http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Product/3/AW06100-4593TPS50773.jpg

    Just take the lid off and boil....sorted :thumbsup:

    Original Poster

    de-humidify silly!

    Best I could find was £110 DEC16 job and £196 DEC21 delongei things from the edirectory, 6% quidco.

    Please post if you find better, thanks.

    I'd recommend buying direct from Ebac

    Comes with a 5 year warranty & free delivery.

    Have a mooch round their clearance section ebacdirect.com/pro…=14

    I use a 6100 & it does the job just fine.

    Original Poster

    Very nice, thanks man, 6100 looks nice, wish I could justify that much

    Are the fanless ones good?

    Not sure but my second choice was the 2800ex.

    Original Poster

    The other two I was considering:
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    5 year warranty from ebac is very convincing though

    Just to add my tuppen'orth.........Ebac are great dehumidifiers.When I worked in electrical retailing back in the day these were the manufacturer of choice.You will also find that the one's available in hire shops are Ebac....they do the job!

    If your problem is room specific then the one's recommended for smaller properties should do the job fine,if it's a all around the house problem then get the max extraction you can afford,it will save you having to move it around as much.

    Original Poster

    It's for one room thats going to needs rerendering to stop the damp at the cost of £2000 + stripping costs + redecoration costs + loss of rent for that room, next year.

    Ebac look like the winners though

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    schizoboy

    de-humidify silly!Best I could find was £110 DEC16 job and £196 DEC21 d … de-humidify silly!Best I could find was £110 DEC16 job and £196 DEC21 delongei things from the edirectory, 6% quidco.Please post if you find better, thanks.



    Oh yeah...made me laugh though :thumbsup: .....open the window

    Just noticed that the clearance models come with a one year warranty....5 year warranty is available on the non clearance ones.

    On that basis,if you want the 5 year guarantee this one should be more than enough for your needs ]http//ww…=27.

    If it's for the one room make sure you keep the door closed to get max benefit(hope I'm not teaching grandma to suck eggs!)

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    UltimoScorpion

    Oh yeah...made me laugh though :thumbsup: .....open the window



    Nice idea, during the 2/3months when the UK isn't freezing otherwise for this situation, dehumidifier is the only option bar spending several thousand pounds.

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    muckypup

    Just noticed that the clearance models come with a one year warranty....5 … Just noticed that the clearance models come with a one year warranty....5 year warranty is available on the non clearance ones.On that basis,if you want the 5 year guarantee this one should be more than enough for your needs ]http://www.ebacdirect.com/product.php?productid=27.If it's for the one room make sure you keep the door closed to get max benefit(hope I'm not teaching grandma to suck eggs!)



    Yeah we all tend to keep are doors closed, which I think actually contributes to the problem until perm solution is done.

    muckypup

    Just noticed that the clearance models come with a one year warranty....5 … Just noticed that the clearance models come with a one year warranty....5 year warranty is available on the non clearance ones.



    Well spotted - sorry missed that.

    Might be worth giving them a ring though to see how much they will charge to add 5 year warranty to clearance model ???
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