Aprilaire E070 Crawl Space Dehumidifier

The Aprilaire E070 Crawl Space Dehumidifier is one of the most technologically advanced products to remove high humidity from your home. We feel it is the best dehumidifier for crawl spaces up to 2,200 square feet. The E070 is rated by Aprilaire to handle up to 2,200 square feet based on an 8-foot ceiling.

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Controlling Your Humidity

The Aprilaire E070 Dehumidifier (formerly 1820) is great at controlling humidity. It operates similar to your refrigerator or HVAC system as it turns on only when needed. Many feel that dehumidifiers are a strain on the wallet by using lots of electricity.

Benefits of Using Dehumidifiers

Most research shows dehumidifiers do more good than harm by preventing mold and wood decay fungus and improving your indoor air quality. Plus, by controlling humidity, your air conditioning system may run less in order to achieve the desired temperature set on your thermostat. The AC must remove excess humidity to properly cool your home. If the humidity in your crawl space is out of control, the AC must work harder and longer to achieve the thermostat setting.

Aprilaire E070 Dehumidifier Aluminum Coils

Many low-cost dehumidifiers use steel evaporator coils. This can be a problem due to steel oxidizing and eventually failing. Aprilaire installs aluminum coils in order to ensure their dehumidifiers are more resistant to oxidation.

How Much Moisture Will the E070 Remove

Removing moisture is the dehumidifier’s number one job. If you have a crawl space or basement the Aprilaire E070 will remove up to 70 pints per day (PPD) of water from the air. That equates to 9 gallons of water that are removed to protect your home. Did you know that daily activities, such as cooking, cleaning, and showering can add as much as 25 pints of moisture to your home? Many if not all homes need some sort of humidity control to keep your home between 40% and 55% relative humidity. Keeping humidity in these ranges will help control viruses, bacteria, mold, and more.

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Digital Control is Easy to Understand

The Aprilaire E Series Dehumidifiers control humidity using a digital thermostat that you set and forget. This digital control is found on the inlet side of the unit. Because controlling the unit is simple, installation and setup are quick and easy. The simple-to-use interactive display will also give error codes in case your dehumidifier is not functioning properly.

Aprilaire Model E070 features:

  • REMOVES up to 70 PINTS (9 gallons) of moisture per day
  • BUILT TO LAST with corrosion-resistant aluminum coils in the U.S.A. by Aprilaire, the leader in indoor air quality solutions
  • NO MESSY WATER TRAY TO EMPTY and simple to set up – just place the hose or place dehumidifier over a drain, level it, plug it in, set the target humidity and you’re done
  • SET IT AND FORGET IT control automatically starts dehumidification when humidity above target is sensed
  • Unit is controlled using DEW POINT not just Relative Humidity

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Do you need help with high humidity in your home, crawl space, basement, or garage in Alabama, Georgia, Delaware, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, or South Carolina? If so, please contact us to schedule your assessment. Also, let us know in the comments below if you’d like to suggest a future blog post.

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2 thoughts on “Aprilaire E070 Crawl Space Dehumidifier”

  1. I need help with crawl space encapsulation in Virginia. Can you help? I was in sticker shock when I got a quote. I saw one of your videos stating a dehumidifier is the way to go if you don’t encapsulate right away. Is this correct? I have 1677 sq foot crawl space. Do you have a recommendation for a dehumidifier, brand and size and price? Is there any kind of generic dehumidifier, I’m on a limited income. Does a hygrometer measure the humidity in the crawl space? If so, he said the humidity range from 40 to 50 percent but it shouldn’t be anymore than 16 percent, is this correct? Do you recommend any vendors who do that type of work? As you can see I’m on a learning curve and need help. What is considered a good price for encapsulating and putting in a dehumidifier? Please and thanks

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