If you have a home air conditioning system that is more than twenty-five years old, then a new compressor combo kit may be in your future. A combination of compressor and dehumidifier is usually called a “cure” or “thermostat” system because it acts like a thermostat to keep the house temperature at an optimum level all the time. The basic components are usually a compressor, an evaporator (the main unit for dehumidification) and an air conditioner unit (usually a central air conditioner). In order to keep the house temperature from getting too low, you need a compressor that has a lower R-value (thermal resistance).
A new dehumidifier will make the room cooler and will also have a built in compressor. A compressor combo kit will combine all three of these units to create a cool, dry air conditioner that also dehumidifies. They are usually designed in a box design with a central fan located under the ceiling. Most of these boxes are designed so that the central fan can be manually controlled. This makes them more convenient than others that only come with a thermostat control. The dehumidifiers that come with a dehumidifier combination kit will also have the ability to run without water as well.
There are many different styles and sizes of dehumidifiers that are available, and there are many types of compressors to choose from as well. Some compressors can even be used for heating as well. Some are designed specifically to dehumidify and store water for use later on when a person needs it. Another option is a built in dehumidifier that uses a pump in order to do the work. While there are many styles of dehumidifier out there, these three are the most common.