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Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers in Atlanta
To truly feel comfortable in your home, the EPA suggests that the humidity level be no less than 30% and no higher than 55%. Levels above or below these limits can cause a number of problems for you, your personal belongings and the building materials of your home. But whether your problem is too much or too little moisture, the experts at Air Conditioning Experts have a solution: a whole home dehumidifier or a whole home humidifier. In the case of too much moisture, you’ll want to consider the use of a dehumidifier, and if your humidity is too low, you’ll want to look at installing a humidifier. These whole home devices are integrated with your existing HVAC system, and you can easily control them with a thermostat that has a humidistat function. Imbalanced humidity can be a serious problem for your indoor air quality, but when you upgrade your home’s heating and cooling system with a humidifier or dehumidifier, you can regain your indoor comfort.
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Diagnosing Humidity Issues in Your Home
It’s that icky, sticky feeling we all recognize: humidity. And if it’s in your home, you could be looking at much bigger problems beyond discomfort. One of the biggest problems caused by humidity is the development of mold and mildew. Not only will this be very difficult on your property, such as photographs, fabrics, linens and furniture, it will also be very hard on any allergy sufferers in your home. Excessively moist air also invites pollutants to cling and can cause the wood products in your home to develop rot, and this includes the building materials which your home is made from. However, when you have our experts install a whole home dehumidifier with your HVAC system, you won’t have to worry about excessive humidity anymore. This is because a whole house dehumidifier integrates seamlessly with your system, removing the excess moisture from the air before it can circulate through your system and home. If you are having problems with excessive humidity in your home don’t suffer – call Air Conditioning Experts instead and schedule an appointment for dehumidifier installation.
Signs The Air in Your Home is Too Dry
We are known for our humidity, but there are some homes that can suffer from low humidity levels, particularly during the winter months. Low humidity can cause a number of problems for you and your home. When it comes to your personal health, low humidity can lead to dry, itchy, skin, nose bleeds, sore throats and problems with immunity. Inside your home, you may see the splintering of wood floors and furniture, chipping paint or peeling wallpaper. Every indoor space needs a certain amount of humidity to have balanced air, and if yours is short on moisture, we have the solution: a whole house humidifier. A whole house humidifier works better than individual humidifiers because it is integrated with your home HVAC system. This means your entire home is treated, not just individual rooms. If you’ve been seeing the signs of low humidity in your home, call us today and let our experts help you balance the humidity of your indoor air better.
We Offer Comprehensive Humidifier and Dehumidifier Services
To work properly, whole home dehumidifiers and humidifiers need to be integrated correctly with your HVAC system, and this is not a task you want to leave to just anyone. Our experts have been upgrading HVAC systems for 20 years. If you need help balancing the humidity in your home, whether there’s too much or too little, call the experts you can trust: Air Conditioning Experts.