When people think of humidifiers and dehumidifiers, they often picture those small plug-in units people sometimes keep by their beds or in a central location. But this just won’t do if you’re trying to improve the air quality in your home and keep your family members more comfortable.
A whole-home dehumidifier is the better choice to get you through the summer—for your comfort, your health, your wallet, and your home. Call our team to learn more and check out the benefits of a whole-home dehumidifier below.
How a Dehumidifier Helps You and Your Home
Homeowners consult with us for their dehumidifier purchases because they are tired of spending too much on air conditioning without really feeling as comfortable as they should. Humidity levels paired with heat make you feel warmer because your body cannot evaporate sweat like it’s supposed to. But a humidifier helps you to…
- Get comfortable – Taking moisture out of the air helps you to feel as though the room has cooled down.
- Save money – You won’t have to turn down the temperature on the thermostat so much if you have a good dehumidifier in place.
- Avoid mold – Mold and mildew thrive in moist environments, but a dehumidifier may help to reduce their growth and spread.
- Protect your home – You can protect your home from water damage that sometimes occurs over time in a particularly humid environment.
Why Go with a Whole-Home System
A whole-home dehumidifier system is simply the better choice if you are trying to save money, stay comfortable, and help your home. Whole-home dehumidifiers are installed in the ductwork. The way a dehumidifier works is similar to how an air conditioner works, with moisture in the air condensing within the system, except that it uses a lot less energy to achieve its goal. Your whole-home system works along with your air conditioner to keep you cool and comfy.
Air Mechanical, Inc. installs and services whole-home dehumidifier models in Ham Lake, MN. Call us for more information!