You may see a dehumidifier in your home if you've had a water loss. The dehumidifier sucks in moist air and condenses the water vapor, turning it to liquid. The water exits the machine through a tube to a predetermined drainage point, such as a bathtub or sink. In addition, the air that is sucked in is then heated and put back into the room. The dehumidifier speeds up the drying process for any wet materials, such as carpet or upholstered furniture. It also helps control moisture levels and humidity and can be used in homes, warehouses, businesses or any indoor location a water loss has happened.