I always recommend placing your Dehumidifier in a central location in your house if possible - such as a corridor, landing area, or at the bottom of your stairs. If you have a particular room in your house which you are more concerned about, you can place the Dehumidifier directly into this room - however it is worth remembering that you will get the best overall house dehumidification if placed in a central location.
Try not to place your Dehumidifier near any radiators, and if possible I would not recommend placing them in a corner of a room, as this can reduce their effectiveness.
When you first get your Dehumidifier, you might find that it collects as much as 2 containers of water per day. However, once the humidity levels have been reduced this will becomes less frequent. Also, don’t worry about your Dehumidifier overflowing - all Ebac dehumidifiers will stop operating once the container is full and you’ll be alerted that it requires changing.
Yes - there is no reason why you should not leave you Dehumidifier switched on. All Ebac Dehumidifiers have sensors which detect the levels of moisture in the air, and only switch on when required - similar to a thermostat and central heating system.
All our Dehumidifiers have a number of modes - and the one that I would recommend using (if your model has it) is SmartControl™. This mode is exclusive to Ebac Dehumidifiers and will automatically adjust according to your lifestyle. However, when you first get your Dehumidifier, you might want to consider running it on ‘Continuous’ mode for the first 24 hours or so to quickly reduce the humidity levels initially.
Maintenance of your dehumidifier is very simple. Generally you won’t need to worry about it, but I would recommend that you change the Filters every few months if you own any of our 6000 or 2000 models.
We also have a range of accessories available for our Dehumidifiers, which can be viewed here..