If you want to reduce mold and humidity, a dehumidifier is your best option. However, if allergy management and air quality are top priorities, a practical air purifier is definitely the way to go. Although both devices help people with allergies, air purifiers are the better option. An air purifier can clean the air of mold spores, bacteria, pet dander, dust, and allergens.
A dehumidifier only reduces mold growth and the spread of dust mites. This, in turn, creates a less optimal environment for mold and dust mites, reducing the growth and spread of mold and the activity of dust mites. It can effectively remove allergens from the air, reduce the spread of airborne diseases, eliminate harmful volatile organic compounds, and neutralize smoke particles and odors. When the air purifier comes with an activated carbon filter, this can eliminate moisture and musty odors caused by mold and mildew.
Improving air quality, eliminating allergens and preventing mold growth ensures the safety of employees, customers and family members.