Humidity is almost a tangible thing. I say almost, because you can’t exactly reach out and grab it, but if it’s humid, you will know because you feel sticky and gross. It’s one thing for it to feel that way outside, but it is absolutely dreadful for it to be like that inside. The obvious fix is to get a dehumidifier, but should you forget to keep up with its collection tank, you’ll have a humid living space again in no time flat.
This is why the Self-Emptying Dehumidifier is such a breath of fresh air. You won’t have to worry about checking to see if it’s full of condensation every few hours, as it will pump water out of a hose that is about 16′ long. If you just need to use this in the basement, or somewhere with a floor drain, then it also has a 3′ long hose that will empty onto the floor. This unit is best used in rooms that are 2200 sq. feet, and comes equipped with a humidistat, thermostat, and a 24-hour timer. This $300 piece of equipment is virtually maintenance-free (so long as you set it up correctly), and can deal with a relative humidity of 30-90%.