It helps to greatly improve the comfort, health and enjoyment of the home
Living in the south not only means dealing with high heat but also problems with humidity for the majority of the year. Because of the excessive amount of moisture in the air, an cooling system isn’t enough to provide ideal comfort. The cooling plan is designed to pull heat out of the air. All of us need a dedicated dehumidifier to detach moisture. When the air is overly humid, it feels sticky and clammy. It can be strenuous to sleep at night and nearly impossible to be productive during the afternoon. Headaches, flu-like symptoms and frustrated problems of allergies and asthma can often be blamed on high humidity; Moist environments are perfect for growing mold, mildew and bacteria and also encourage the dust mite population. This growth downsidely impacts air quality, can result in unpleasant odors and even cause destruction to the structure of the home. Because high humidity makes the air recognize warmer, it creates more labor for the cooling system. It’s tempting to lower the thermostat, which simply overcools the home without tackling the source of the problem. The solution is a whole-house dehumidifier. The dehumidifier works by way of a fan that blows the air over freezing compressor coils. The moisture condenses on the coils, drips into a reservoir and the dehumidified air is directed back into the home. The operation is quiet and efficient and the dehumidifier requires only annual maintenance. It helps to greatly improve the comfort, health and enjoyment of the home. All of us can set the thermostat a bit higher, reduce strain on the cooling system and pay lower electric bills.