Moisture in your home can be a big problem, especially during the summer months when rain is frequent. But moisture can come from your bathroom as well, whenever you take a shower or bath. Even cooking and cleaning can add as much as 25 pounds of moisture to the air in your home! That means you can have problems with humidity even in the winter if you don’t have a way to remove the excess moisture from the air.
Contact the indoor air quality experts at Ernst Heating & Cooling today to see how your home can be made more comfortable with a dehumidifier!
Whole-House Dehumidifier Installation
At Ernst Heating & Cooling, we can help you get the perfect balance of humidity in your home’s air so that you are comfortable but don’t have to worry about mold becoming an issue. We install state-of-the-art whole-house dehumidifiers right into your home’s heating and cooling system, which then regularly check the humidity levels in your home and removes moisture as necessary.
Why Install a Whole House Dehumidifier?
A whole-house dehumidifier can help prevent humidity in your home becoming a problem, and they are much more convenient and efficient than portable dehumidifiers. They can also help you save money on air conditioning by making you feel more comfortable in higher temperatures. You can also run the dehumidifier by itself on days you don’t need (or want) to run the air conditioner.
Whole-house dehumidifiers are quiet, easy to use and are low maintenance with just a filter to change, just like your air conditioner.
Excess moisture in the air in your home can lead to a whole host of problems including bad odors, mold and mildew, bacteria and even dust mites. Mold and bacteria can cause a number of health problems including sleep disturbances, upper respiratory infections, bronchitis and sinus issues.
Excess moisture can also ruin books, clothes and in some cases, damage your home. Too much humidity can warp wood floors and doors and even the wood furniture in your home, not to mention allow dust mites to make their home in your linens, carpets, and pillows.
Humidity Problems? Here Are Your Whole-House Dehumidifier Options
We offer name brands like Aprilaire and Honeywell so you know you’re getting the best on the market. An experienced HVAC technician will come to your home to install your dehumidifier and answer any questions you may have about the device.
A whole-house dehumidifier will keep your home’s air fresh and clean, and keep you and your family safe from mold, mildew, bacteria, and dust mites, while protecting your home from moisture damage.