Dehumidifiers and Humidifiers in the Twin Cities Metro and Surrounding Areas
When people think of keeping comfortable indoors they often think of temperature. High quality air conditioners and heaters are certainly a big part of the home comfort equation, but indoor air quality should also be a concern if you’re looking to create and maintain the most comfortable environment possible in your home.
A big factor in this is the humidity in your home. Many people fail to realize that excessively humid air can promote germ growth and even lead to damage in your home while dry air can lead to increased illnesses and dried out and cracked home furnishings. Our team will help you choose the right dehumidifier or humidifier for your home, and we’ll handle the installation, maintenance and repair service with the same high levels of quality, dependability and expertise that have made us a leading choice for indoor air quality service in the area.
Contact Air Mechanical, Inc. for expert indoor air quality solutions, including dehumidifiers and humidifiers to keep you comfortable “For the life of your home.”
Do You Need A Whole-House Dehumidifier?
There are a number of symptoms you and your home may display that are indicative of a need for a whole–house dehumidifier installation. These include the following:
- A Damp and Clammy Feeling
- Excess Condensation on Your Home’s Windows and Surfaces
- Visible Mold or Mildew Growth
- Musty Odors
- Condensation on Pipes
- Stains on Ceilings or Walls
If you have noticed any of these indicators in your home, you should call for a professional assessment today from the team you can rely on here at Air Mechanical, Inc.
Do You need a Whole-House Humidifier?
Humidity tends to be higher in the summer and lower in the winter. The ideal relative humidity level is between 30-50%. If yours is lower than 30%, then you can experience a number of problems. If you’ve noticed any of the following symptoms, there’s a chance it’s due to your air being too dry:
- Dry, Flaky Skin
- Chronic Sore Throat
- Inadequate Heating, as Low Humidity Lowers the Temperature
- Static Shock
- Wood Furnishings Splitting
Low humidity can be damaging, costly, and very inconvenient. To have your home assessed or to have your current humidifier serviced, simply reach out to the team at Air Mechanical, Inc. today!
Maintaining Your Dehumidifier and Humidifier
Quality dehumidifier and humidifier service starts with a high-quality installation, in order to ensure the efficient, reliable operation of your system. But the #1 way to keep your humidity control system operating as it should for as long as it should is to schedule routine maintenance.
When your dehumidifier or humidifier equipment is thoroughly inspected and tuned-up as part of your overall HVAC maintenance plan, you can enjoy the best performance it has to offer.
If a problem does crop up with your dehumidifier or humidifier, you can reach out to us to get the quality repairs you need to improve your indoor air quality and live more comfortably in your home for the years to come. Contact us today!