Dehumidifier makes a big difference

Less wear and tear should translate into fewer repairs and longer repair life.

Once I moved south, I figured out genuinely hastily that the humidity is more of a problem than the heat. At first, I thought that running the cooling system would be enough to supply comfort. I kept lowering the control unit setting. The house felt chilly frigid and yet still clammy. There was condensate running down the windows and troubles with mold growth. My leather boots and purses were overrun with mildew. I was anxious about mangle to our hardwood floors due to the excessive moisture. I tried portable dehumidifiers and got upset. These tabletop versions required constant emptying of the reservoir and didn’t make much of an impact. I finally got in touch with a licensed Heating and A/C company and asked about whole-house dehumidification. He explained many models that install right into the air duct and pull moisture from the air as it passes through. Modern dehumidifiers make genuinely little noise, use minimal amounts of energy and require only annual upkeep. Purchasing and installing the dehumidifier was not overly expensive compared to the several benefits. My lake house now feels cool and comfortable at a significantly higher control unit setting. This has greatly reduced the workload of the cooling system. Less wear and tear should translate into fewer repairs and longer repair life. I am also saving quite a bit of money on our energy costs. I don’t need to scrub as often and the house even smells better. I have much more confidence in the hygiene and health of the indoor air conditions. Living in our local area, every homeowner should have a whole-house dehumidifier installed.

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