Preventing condensation is perhaps the most important purpose of all for dehumidifying an indoor pool enclosure. If condensation forms in or on wood, plaster, or other porous materials, it can cause warping, rot, mold, mildew, rust or simply saturate the material until it loses its integrity.
Condensation, by nature, is aggressive and will attack many materials by leaching the minerals out of the surface it forms on. Condensation, if allowed to form on ferrous materials, will cause accelerated oxidation of the surface of the metal. If left unchecked, condensation will ultimate compromise the structural integrity of all metal components and eventually lead to the failure of those components.
Building considerations such as fenestration, moisture migration, doors/windows/ skylights and other openings, exposed structural surfaces, insulation, ventilation, vapor barriers, ductwork, and mechanical space requirements are critical aspects in the design and engineering of each residential/commercial project that must be addressed in the design and planning stages of the project.