Dehumidifier Recall 2013: List of Affected Brands and Products
It’s been a rough week for Gree Electric Appliances—more than 2 million of their dehumidifiers have been recalled for overheating and catching fire. This massive dehumidifier recall has people scrambling for information and replacement dehumidifiers.
If you need information about the recall or want a full dehumidifier recall list, check out the recall information and products included in it.
If you’re looking for a dehumidifier that HASN’T been recalled, you’ve come to the right place. Sylvane offers plenty of replacement dehumidifiers that can be sent to you in no time—so don’t let the recall get you down…and don’t let your indoor air suffer because of it.
NONE of the dehumidifiers currently being sold on our website have been recalled. Remember, only certain models from specific manufacturers were affected. All affected models have been permanently removed from the marketplace.
Brands of Dehumidifiers That Are Not Recalled
We sell many dehumidifier brands that weren’t affected by the recall, including:
- PrimeAire Dehumidifiers: Known as easy-to-use, affordable ways to fight humidity, they offer a 70-pint model (for areas up to 1,500 square feet) and 50-pint model (for areas up to 800 square feet). Both carry the Energy Star seal for using less energy and offering lower operating costs than comparable dehumidifiers.
- Santa Fe Dehumidifiers: These American-made, top-of-the-line dehumidifiers are commonly used in residential and light commercial spaces. They’re particularly popular in basements and crawl spaces and are known for their long-lasting design.
We have a wide selection of other non-Gree manufactured models from all of our most popular brands, so check out Sylvane’s selection of dehumidifiers to begin shopping for your new and improved model.
Again, none of the dehumidifiers for sale on our site were included in the recall—so you can feel good about buying one to replace your recalled product. Was your dehumidifier recalled? Find a good replacement? Let us know in the comments below!