1. Clean Up Your Work Space for a Healthier Summer


    Clean up the air in your office environment

    Whether you work from home, in an enormous office building in the heart of a big city, or anywhere in between, taking a few simple steps to improve your environment will pay big dividends for your health. A recent study suggests that people who work in "green" buildings, i.e. buildings with environmentally responsible construction using sustainable materials, think better at the office, sleep better at night and are happier and more productive. Workers in these buildings reported 30% fewer health issues, such as headaches, eye and respiratory infections.

    Alas, not every building qualifies. The EPA states that indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. And since they are only charged with managing levels of outdoor contaminants like smog, ozone and other chemicals, it's up to you to manage your indoor air.

    Dust often

    Office spaces frequently get a "lick and a promise" when it comes to cleaning, so take a careful look at yours and remove dust buildup frequently. Most homes and offices contain a variety of toxic chemicals, from cleaning supplies to office furniture to copier chemicals, and these can break down and become the dust we touch and breathe in daily.

    Bring in fresh air if you can

    Hopefully your office space has adequate ventilation. But if it's stuffy and the windows don't open, try to take breaks or lunch hours outdoors in the fresh air.

    Add a boost of oxygen

    And pizazz to your space with live green plants. Banish the silk ficus collecting dust in the corner and replace with Mother's tongue, Money plants or areca palms. All green plants give off fresh oxygen, so they help to naturally freshen the air continuously.

    Control humidity and moisture

    If you're in a large office space, you can't be sure whether insidious leaks in the facility are being fixed or not. Mold spores, dust mites and microscopic bacteria, viruses and fungi spread easily through warm and moist air. Invest in a small dehumidifier that will keep your space comfortable and remove the moisture from the air that can harbor these health threats. The Eva-Dry 1100 Petite Dehumidifier is ideal for the job. Measuring just 6 inches long, by 4 " inches wide and 8 " inches high, this unit will keep the air dry and fresh in an area up to 1100 cubic feet.

    Eva-Dry is on the leading edge of dehumidification technology, with a wide variety of efficient and affordable products. Keep your home, office, cabin, boat and RV free of moisture build-up and its subsequent health threats like respiratory illnesses, allergies and asthma. Investigate their full line of dehumidifiers, or call their knowledgeable staff for a personal consultation on how to improve your indoor air quality today!

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  2. Keep Cabins, Cottages, Lake Houses and Beach Houses Fresh This Summer


    Keep cabins and cottages fresh and dry this summer


    It's finally here! Your favorite getaway is official open for summer fun with family and friends! You've dragged out the lawn furniture and uncovered the picnic table, the gas grill is cleaned and loaded with LP fuel, and the place has been dusted and scrubbed within an inch of its life. Now, how to keep it fresh all summer long'

    Homes and cabins near lakes, rivers, the ocean, or any body of water can be seriously affected by too much humidity. Even if you're not near the water, the heat of the summer months, combined with wet towels and bathing suits and a few rain showers, can establish the perfect environment for mold and mildew and their accompanying musty smells to take hold. Before your sweet spot doesn't smell so sweet, consider the variety of state-of-the-art dehumidifiers offered by Eva-Dry.

    When you're away from your home away from home, the Eva-Dry 333 and the Eva-Dry 500 are the perfect models to leave behind. Requiring no electricity or batteries, these small but mighty devices utilize advanced silica gel technology to trap moisture from the air and hold it tightly. When you return, you can recharge these devices by plugging them into any wall socket overnight. They are good for up to ten years! The silica gel is non-toxic, so it's safe to use around your family and pets, and there's no chance of spillage, as there can be with other types of dehumidifiers.

    For even faster dry-out times, consider the Air Dry System Bundle. This revolutionary configuration utilizes the same advanced and safe silica gel, but it can reduce dry-out times by as much as 80%. This new process utilizes a blower/drying base to dry out the silica gel safely and quickly, so your dehumidification efforts don't have to wait overnight to resume.

    Finally, for when you are on-site at your cabin or cottage, take a look at the Eva-Dry 4000 Rotary Desiccant Dehumidifier. This advanced unit utilizes innovative rotary desiccant technology to dry out the air in areas up to 4000 cubic feet. It is safer and quieter than old-fashioned compressor models, and it includes a built-in ionizer and bacteria-killing filter, to help keep the air you are breathing fresh and clean.

    Eva-Dry understands how important it is for you and your family to control musty odors that indicate the presence of mold, mildew and other harmful bacteria that can impact the health of those with respiratory issues. Contact their helpful consultants today for more ideas about how to keep your home, cabin, cottage or lake house safe and smelling fresh all summer long.

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  3. Understanding Humidity, the Dew Point and How They Affect Your Health and Lifestyle


    Control humidity and keep your family comfortable this summer


    We know about "muggy'. We know about "sticky'. But how do these uncomfortable air conditions develop'

    Humidity is the moisture in the air, and it affects how we perceive the temperature. It also affects indoor air quality by fostering mold and mildew growth, or restricting it. Humid air helps mold and mildew to grow, whereas drier air does not.

    Warm air can hold more moisture than cold air; so more humid or "sticky" days occur during the summer months in North America. For most people, a relative humidity of 45 to 55% is comfortable. As this value rises, the air becomes more uncomfortable and "muggy'.

    States and locations near large bodies of water will be more humid. Homes near the Great Lakes or large rivers, or near the ocean will be greatly affected by humidity levels. Even homes or cabins near large inland lakes need dehumidification during the summer months.

    Meteorologists talk about the dew point . This is the temperature at which the air becomes saturated with moisture, causing dew droplets to form. As a general rule, the closer the dew point is to the actual temperature, the higher the humidity level and the more uncomfortable it will feel.

    You can follow the dew point on the Weather Channel or other weather apps, and pretty well predict if the day will be comfortable or uncomfortable from a humidity stand point. You can determine whether you need to run your air conditioning or not, and whether you need to run your dehumidifiers. Whether this is a good day for gardening, golfing, the beach, or just hibernating indoors!

    Dewpoints below 55 are very comfortable for most people

    56 " 60 "Still pretty comfortable

    61 " 65 "Starting to get "sticky'

    66 " 70 "Starting to really feel "muggy" now, and quite uncomfortable

    71 " 75 "Opressive

    76+ "'Let's just call it Miserable

    You can measure the relative humidity in your home using the handy hygrometer from Eva-Dry. Again keeping in mind that 45-55% humidity is comfortable for most people, you can control the indoor humidity with the use of air conditioning or dehumidifiers. And remember: relative humidity above 55% will foster the growth of mold spores, dust mites and bacteria, aggravating the symptoms of allergy sufferers and those with respiratory problems. So keeping the humidity down helps to improve the indoor air quality in your home as well as keeping your family more comfortable.

    For smaller spaces, check out the Eva-Dry petite electric dehumidifiers; the Eva-Dry 1100 and the Eva-Dry 2200. These units are good up to 1100 cubic feet and 2200 cubic feet, respectively.

    For larger spaces, invest in the Eva-Dry 4000. This unit will help keep your basement or main living area, up to 4000 cubic feet, at a comfortable relative humidity of 45-55% year round. The unit uses state-of-the-art Rotary Desiccant Technology to remove water from the air. Safer and less noisy than traditional compressor dehumidifiers, it features a large capacity catch basin and a built-in ionizer and bacteria-killing filter.

    Eva-Dry is on the leading edge of dehumidification technology, and understands how important it is to maintain good indoor air quality to support health, keep your family comfortable, and reduce dust mites, mold spores and bacteria. Investigate their full line of products and contact one of their knowledgeable consultants today about humidity, condensation, and mold or mildew issues you may be experiencing.

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  4. Prepare Your RV for Summer Fun

    Insure good indoor air quality when traveling this summer


    The snow is gone, the spring air is warming up, and Memorial Day will soon be here. It's the official start of summer, and you will want to have your RV de-winterized and ready to go in plenty of time to take advantage of the whole summer season.

    To make sure your summer is nothing but smooth sailing, check and prepare your RV carefully, and be vigilant about inspections and maintenance during your travels.

    • Clean and inspect the vehicle from top to bottom.

    • Check your maintenance book and records for what was done when you winterized it, and what needs to be done now.

    • Inspect the tires for wear and tear and inflate to the correct PSI. Tires should be checked regularly when you are on the road, to stay ahead of any potential problems.

    • Check the fluid levels in the engine, generator, differential and transmission, and check the air filter.

    • Charge the batteries, clean the terminals and check electrolyte levels. High temperatures can cause your batteries to use up water more quickly, so check these frequently when travelling.

    • Flush out the fresh water and holding tanks and sanitize. It's important to do this regularly in hot weather. Bleach is a good sanitizer; check your instruction manual for steps to take to drain and refresh the system.

    • Check the water heater, drain and flush the system. If your vehicle has an anode to prevent damage to the tank, be sure this has not deteriorated.

    • Propane is a safe fuel to use, but be sure to check your entire system thoroughly at the beginning of the season and during trips. Most RV's are equipped with sensors that will shut down the propane system in case of a leak, but your vigilance in this area will prevent any mishaps or outright disasters.

    • Insure indoor air quality when you travel.

    Rv's are subject to extreme temperature fluctuations, and this can cause higher than normal levels of condensation and humidity in the unit. Cooking and washing activities also put moisture into the air. Too much humidity leads to those unpleasant musty smells, and the development of mold and mildew that can cause respiratory issues and asthma. But Eva-Dry can help!

    Our EDH-85 Hygrometer will tell you at a glance what the humidity level is in your unit. Levels between 45% " 55% are best for most people and will help keep mold spores from forming. The Eva-Dry 333 Mini Dehumidifier and the Eva-Dry 500 Mini Dehumidifier are both excellent for controlling excess moisture in your RV. These dehumidifiers require no electricity, operate silently, and use eco-friendly silica gel technology that is non-toxic and spill-proof. Best of all, they can be recharged and can last up to ten years!

    Eva-Dry is the nation's leader in cutting-edge dehumidification technology for applications in your home, business, or recreational activities. Contact them today or call 877-382-3790 and let their consultants help you find the best solution for your needs. Keeping the air fresh and clean wherever you are helps support your family's health and wellness, whether on the road or at home.
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  5. Gear Up for the Boating Season


    Gear up for boating season



    It's every captain's favorite time of year; when the vessel comes out of storage!

    But there's a lot to inspect and repair on any boat, to insure it is safe and sea-worthy. Here are systems to check, and a solution you may not have considered for keeping your boat dry and fresh this season.

    The Fuel System--Inspect all aspects of the system for leaks or damage, and pay special attention to fuel hoses and connections. Replace items when necessary, and check that all clamps and fittings are secure. Be sure the engine, exhaust and ventilation systems are all working properly.

    The Electrical System'Check all connections for clean, tight, corrosion-free connections. Remove any corrosion with a stiff wire brush; charge your battery and be sure it can hold a charge. Electrical systems are best evaluated by a qualified technician, and you may want to invest in this service.

    Cables, Belts and Hoses'During the extremes of winter storage, brittleness or cracking can occur; these damaged items should be replaced. Be sure belts fit tightly around pulleys to avoid slipping.

    Propellers and Hull "Check the propellers for dings, cracks or other distortions, as these can cause excessive vibration and possibly damage the drive train. The propellers should be secure, and bearings replaced as needed. Examine the hull for cracks or blistering, and clean it using an environmentally-friendly solution.

    Fluid Levels "Check all levels including engine oil, power steering, power trim reservoirs and coolant. Change the engine oil, oil filter and drive lubricants if this was not done when the boat was winterized.

    Control Musty Smells, Mold and Mildew "When your boat is in the water but not in use, it is generally covered, yet exposed to the elements. Stale, humid air is the perfect breeding ground for mold and mildew and that not-so-fragrant musty odor. Insure proper ventilation when the boat is underway by keeping the hatches and cabin windows open. Small fans to circulate the cabin air will also help prevent mold spores from taking hold.

    Be sure at the end of each trip, you dry out the carpeting, sails, life-jackets and cushions that have gotten wet, before storing them in the covered boat.

    Finally, invest in some eco-friendly, portable, mini-dehumidifiers from Eva-Dry. These innovative products require no electricity, are silent and rechargeable, and can last up to ten years. The exclusive silica gel absorbs moisture safely, without the dangers of calcium chloride. They are mess- proof, spill-proof and non-toxic.

    The Eva-Dry 500 and the Eva-Dry 333 are especially well-suited to dehumidification of boats, due to their petite size and long life. For additional moisture control in smaller areas, consider the E-150 Moisture Eliminator Pouches. And to keep a firm handle on humidity levels, the EDH-85 Hygrometer is a sailor's best friend. With just once glance, you'll know the humidity level in any area of your boat.

    Eva-Dry is the nation's leader in innovative, portable and eco-friendly dehumidification systems. Contact their on-staff consultants today to learn more about other Eva-Dry products that will help make your boating season fresh, safe and worry-free.

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  6. Don't Forget the Basement When Doing Spring Cleaning


    Mold and mildew can hide in your basement


    The obvious spring cleaning projects are the kitchen curtains, after being cooped up all winter with cooking smells, the garage, after having been tramped through all winter with muddy boots, and the floors and carpets throughout the house because ditto. And of course the windows.

    But one major culprit that may need cleaning after the long winter is your basement. Especially if you have a laundry area in your lower level, or your water heater is in this area, unrecognized leaks can contribute to mold growth.

    Mold and mildew can build up and hide in corners and crevices where there is little ventilation. If your HVAC unit is near the mold, it can inadvertently spread the spores throughout your house. To maintain quality indoor air, you've got to get the mold out and keep it out.

    Prepare the Area

    You'll notice mold on walls or on corners by its appearance: usually black, brownish, white or bluish patches. Visually examine any organic items nearby as well " cardboard boxes, wooden items and carpeting may need to be cleaned or removed completely.

    Scrub Scrub Scrub

    You can investigate mold removal products on the market at your local home improvement store, or you can use the original solution: bleach mixed with water. Mix one part bleach with three parts water, and use a sturdy, stiff brush to vigorously scrub the walls and affected areas. You should wear rubber gloves and safety goggles, to avoid splashing the solution into your eyes, and also a respirator mask or dust mask to keep from breathing in the mold spores as you clean. Ventilate the basement by opening any windows and using fans to move the air up and out.

    Let it Air Out and Dry

    Give the area 24 hours to dry before returning removed items to the basement. Thoroughly check all the items to be sure they are not contaminated with mold before you bring them back into the basement.

    Keep it Gone

    Washing machines and water heaters involve water, and water generates humidity in the air. The best way to reduce the likelihood of mold and mildew growth is to use a dehumidifier in your basement. The EDV-4000 Rotary Desiccant Dehumidifier is revolutionary in its technology.

    Most dehumidifiers on the market today involve a compressor, and a large water catch basin that must be emptied every 12 hours or so. The EDV-4000 uses rotary desiccant technology that is safer than a compressor, with a large basin that only needs occasional emptying. Since it uses no refrigerant, it is more environmentally friendly than compressor models. It can effectively control humidity levels in areas up to 4000 cubic feet, and at lower temperatures than compressor type dehumidifiers. The EDV-4000 has a built-in ionizer and bacteria-killing filter; it is the only one of its kind available in the US today.

    Eva-Dry has been on the leading edge of dehumidification technology in the US for the past decade, and won an industry award for the EDV-4000. They are committed to developing environmentally friendly, safe, non-toxic and spill-proof dehumidification units in all sizes and for all applications: homes and offices, boats, cabins, RV's, campers, gun safes and more! Call them today to learn more, and for help with any dehumidification problem you may have.

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  7. Four Simple Steps to Go Greener for This Year's Spring Cleaning

    Eva-Dry makes eco-friendly dehumidifiers


    At the first breath of spring, most of us are ready to throw open the windows and let the breezes blow in. And no wonder. For much of the country, the goal has been to keep the cold air out. But of course that also means we've been keeping the stale air in. In fact, the EPA has reported that indoor air is generally three times more polluted than outdoor air.

    This year, when you tackle your spring cleaning projects, think Green. Your lungs, your skin, and your family will thank you.

    Ditch the Chemical Air Fresheners

    It's estimated that 75 % of US homes spend over 2 billion dollars each year on air fresheners. Chemical air fresheners actually coat the nasal passages, making it more difficult to notice smells. And some have been found to be linked to disrupted hormones. Try a diffuser with essential oils, or use baking soda to absorb smells. Having houseplants in the home helps to reduce odors and put out fresh oxygen. Or try simmering water with cinnamon or other spices on the stovetop for a fragrant, chemical-free atmosphere.

    Don't Use Paper Towels

    Spring cleaning means closets and drawers too, and those mismatched socks and old t-shirts are perfect to recycle into cleaning rags. Rags do the job better than paper towels, and can be washed and re-used, saving trees and landfill space. Some estimates suggest that Americans throw away over 83,000 TONS of paper towels each year. Know what else weighs 83,000 tons" A Disney Cruise ship!

    Put Up a Clothesline

    Spring cleaning means curtains, rugs and extra laundry. Each load of wash in a top-loading washer consumes about 40 gallons of water, and the dryer sucks up about 5 kilowatts of electricity for each hour it runs. A clothesline, in the laundry area or outdoors, can save energy and money. Consider airing out jeans and other durable wearables, rather than washing them after each wearing. And sheets dried on the line in the sun will have a luxurious, fresh smell that can't be gotten from chemical fabric softeners.

    Make Your Own Green Cleaning Products

    It sounds harder than it really is. And you will save money and avoid all those fumes from the powerful cleaning chemicals on the market these days. All you need is a couple of spray bottles and sponges, and you will be a chemical-free cleaning wizard! All cleaning products, whether store-bought or homemade, should be clearly labeled and kept out of the reach of children

    • All Purpose Cleaner: Mix " cup vinegar with " cup of baking soda into a half gallon (2 liters) of water.

    • Bathroom Mold: Mix one part Hydrogen Peroxide with two parts water. Spray on moldy area, wait one hour and then rinse.

    • Marks on Walls and Painted Surfaces: Use baking soda applied to a damp sponge to take off crayon, ink and other spots on walls and other surfaces. Rinse and wipe dry.

    To freshen your home, keep indoor air pollutants at bay, and control excess humidity, nothing beats a dehumidifier from Eva-Dry. Since 2003, Eva-Dry has been perfecting their eco-friendly dehumidification technology, and now offers an incredible line of products to fit your every need at home, in your RV, boat, gun safe or office. Keep your valuables dry and your home free of mold and mildew, viruses and bacteria, without the use of chemicals or deodorizers. Check out our full line today! Or for a one-to-one consultation, call us at 877-382-3790.
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  8. Running a Dehumidifier During the Winter Months - What You Need to Know

    Eva-Dry 500 helps control humidity levels


    Controlling the humidity levels in your home during the winter months greatly influences the comfort of your entire house. Basements are often a problem area during the colder months of the year, due to decreased exposure to heat and sunlight from outside. This can cause basements to trap unwanted moisture inside, becoming a breeding ground for mold and mildew.

    For many parts of the country, using a dehumidifier is a great solution to balance your indoor humidity levels to create a healthy and comfortable environment within your home. When you run a dehumidifier during the winter months, here are a few things you need to know:

    • If you are using a dehumidifier that has an electric motor in rooms that are below 60 degrees (like a basement), use caution. Since a dehumidifier attracts moisture, the coils can possibly freeze if the weather gets too cold. Keep an eye on your device when the temperatures start plummeting to avoid this.

    • If you suffer from allergies during the winter months a dehumidifier will help with your indoor allergy symptoms. Many of the most common allergens thrive in humid environments. A dehumidifier can regulate humidity throughout the home, helping to eliminate many indoor allergy triggers.

    • Do you know what the humidity levels are in your home" The easiest way to do so is to use a hygrometer. A hygrometer will let you know the relative humidity of any area at a glance. Keep in mind, your home will feel most comfortable at humidity levels between 45 " 55%.

    • Safety First! When you choose an Eva-Dry dehumidifier you can rest assured that you are utilizing one of the safest dehumidifiers on the market. Eva-Dry compact dehumidifiers are the most efficient way to gather moisture, and have an absorption rate much higher than more traditional dehumidifying products on the market today.

    'For many of us, running a dehumidifier during the winter months is necessary," said Matt Henson, Vice President of Business Development at Eva-Dry. "At Eva-Dry we strive to provide the safest solution to your humidity problems, by offering "eco-friendly, renewable dehumidifiers that operate without electricity.'

    The Eva-Dry E-500 is a great option for areas up to 500 cubic feet in size where you want to combat moisture and protect your home from the harsh challenges of winter humidity fluctuation." This eco-friendly dehumidifier silently protects against mold, mildew and moisture. The device requires no batteries or cords, is 100% renewable, and is non-toxic! Plus, it can work for up to 10 years!

    About Eva Dry Dehumidifiers

    Since 2003, Eva-Dry compact dehumidifiers have earned their reputation as the safest, healthiest and most efficient method to reduce ambient moisture by providing a higher absorption rate than alternate disposable dehumidifying products. The compact, renewable Eva-Dry units reduce humidity to fight mold, moisture and mildew in homes, boats, RVs, safes, and other valuable item storage areas. Visit, or call (877) 382-3790 for more information.
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  9. How to Prepare Your RV for a Winter Trip


    Stay comfortable on winter RV trips with dehumidifiers from Eva-Dry

    Tis" the season for winter getaways for many RV owners. Winter is the perfect time to enjoy the wonderland scenery and partake in other outdoor cold weather activities like skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and so much more.

    Before you head out onto the road, it is crucial to get your RV ready to face the icy elements. Here are a few tips to prepare your RV:

    • If you are traveling to locations experiencing extremely low temperatures, mainly below freezing, it is imperative that you inspect your RV's water system. The last thing you need dampening your trip is a frozen water heater tank or plumbing lines. Be sure your water system is winterized. To do this properly, read your owner's manuals for systematic guidelines for winterizing your water system.

    • After winterizing your RV to avoid the water system from freezing, you will need to consider how you will use the bathroom. A great tip is to take 1-gallon jugs filled with water to use in the toilet. If your holding tanks are not heated, you can put some RV antifreeze in the holding tanks to prevent the contents from freezing. You can also use the water for washing up and for other hygiene needs. As always, consult your owner's manual for exact procedures.

    • Check your RV's tires. Before you hit the road, be sure to have a routine tire inspection to ensure your tires are ready for the roads. Throughout your trip, it is important to check the air pressure in each tire, inflate tires to the recommended PSI, and inspect your tires for cracks and wear.

    • Be sure to cover your windows and doors to avoid the cold air from seeping into the RV. By adding insulated curtains, you can easily keep the inside of the RV much warmer without using any electricity.

    • Check the humidity levels in your RV. Since your RV will be your warm haven from the bitter weather, the lack of fresh circulating air could potentially be a breeding ground for mold and mildew, leading to musty odors and potential health concerns. Additionally, if your humidity levels are high, you could be in for an all-around uncomfortable trip. The first thing you will need to do is check the relative humidity levels in your RV by using Eva-Dry's hygrometer. Then to rid your RV of excess humidity, equip your ride with a mini-dehumidifier like the Eva-Dry 500. Eva-Dry dehumidifiers are eco-friendly, using natural, silica gel crystals that are non-toxic, colorless and odorless. The dehumidifiers absorb humidity silently and operate without electricity or batteries. You simply renew the dehumidifier when the indicator changes color.

    'Just because the temperatures have dropped, does not mean you cannot take your RV out on the road." said Matt Henson, Vice President of Business Development Eva-Dry. "By taking the time to prepare your RV for the winter, including equipping your vehicle with an Eva-Dry dehumidifier, you can rest assured you'll have an enjoyable trip, without excess moisture caused by increased humidity levels.'

    Before heading out on the road in your RV, be sure to implement the above tips, as well as others, so you can enjoy your winter adventure. Visit to learn more about our dehumidifiers and how they can help keep your RV's humidity levels under control year-round.

    About Eva Dry Dehumidifiers

    Since 2003, Eva-Dry compact dehumidifiers have earned their reputation as the safest, healthiest and most efficient method to reduce ambient moisture by providing a higher absorption rate than alternate disposable dehumidifying products. The compact, renewable Eva-Dry units reduce humidity to fight mold, moisture and mildew in homes, boats, RVs, safes, and other valuable item storage areas. Visit, or call (877) 382-3790 for more information.
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  10. Improve Indoor Air Quality this Winter with Help from Eva-Dry Dehumidifiers


    Keep indoor air fresh this winter


    With winter upon us, many of us tend to spend more time indoors to avoid the cold weather. What we may not realize is that this increased time spent indoors may be posing a risk to our health.

    Clean, healthy air in a household is essential, however with the doors and windows closed, you could be hindering your home from circulating fresh air, and in turn, potentially increasing the amount of pollutants and allergens. Additionally, increased humidity levels can exacerbate these conditions. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, indoor humidity levels between 30%-60% are ideal for minimizing mold growth and inhibiting the creation of pathogens that can trigger respiratory issues like asthma and allergies.

    Increased humidity levels in the home can foster mold, fungus, dust mite, and bacteria growth, which can cause serious health concerns. Luckily, Eva-Dry can help you achieve normal humidity levels in your home simply by using one of their powerful, renewable mini dehumidifiers.

    'Dehumidifiers are instrumental for improving indoor air quality," said Matt Henson, Vice President of Business Development at Eva-Dry. "Winter in particular, is a time to be attentive about maintaining healthy indoor air quality. With a dehumidifier from Eva-Dry, you can help control the humidity levels in your home and ensure a safe space for your family.'

    Dehumidifying a home is an integral part of ensuring cool, clean, and healthy indoor air. Eva-Dry dehumidifiers are eco-friendly, using natural, silica gel crystals that are non-toxic, colorless and odorless. The dehumidifiers absorb humidity silently and operate without electricity or batteries. You simply renew the dehumidifier when the indicator changes color. Visit to learn more about our dehumidifiers and how they can help improve your indoor air quality this winter.

    About Eva Dry Dehumidifiers

    Since 2003, Eva-Dry compact dehumidifiers have earned their reputation as the safest, healthiest and most efficient method to reduce ambient moisture by providing a higher absorption rate than alternate disposable dehumidifying products. The compact, renewable Eva-Dry units reduce humidity to fight mold, moisture and mildew in homes, boats, RVs, safes, and other valuable item storage areas. Visit, or call (877) 382-3790 for more information.
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