Generally, locations where you find moisture are the best sites to position your dehumidifier.
Locations such as basements, bathrooms, crawl spaces, and family rooms are all locations where excess moisture can build. Once you have discovered the source of humidity in your home, it is essential to isolate the source. Ensure the doors and windows to the problem areas are closed. Placing your dehumidifier near the center of the room is often a great location to start as you will have unobstructed airflow and wide room coverage. It is essential to consider that your dehumidifier contains a tank that gradually fills up with water. This water rises as your dehumidifier collects moisture from your indoor air. Given so, you don’t want to position a dehumidifier close to any electronic appliance or power strips or on something you don’t want to get wet. Dehumidifiers rarely leak on the ground, but you would rather make sure nothing gets damaged, then you will also need to empty your dehumidifier’s collection tray or bucket, so be sure they are accessible. Alternatively, some dehumidifiers come with a hose connection which allows you to drain the tank automatically. If you want to set up your unit for continuous draining, you’ll need to position your unit where you can use the hose to direct condensate down your drain outside your home. Accessibility to your unit is also essential during maintenance. Place your dehumidifier away from direct sources of dirt and dust. A scrub dehumidifier functions appropriately and efficiently.