Too much humidity in your house or business can warp wood trim and furniture, cause mold and mildew growth, create a haven for dust mites, and make you feel sticky and miserable. Call our team at J&J Plumbing, Heating & Cooling for dehumidifier installation—and achieve instant comfort!
We’ve made summers more enjoyable for many families in Akron and Tallmadge, OH. However, your life will be much more pleasant after you install a dehumidifier or repair an ineffective one.
Call us to book a free estimate on dehumidifier installation—or ductless mini-split air conditioning, if you need AC services, too.
Do You Really Need a Dehumidifier?
Many Akron-area homeowners forget the need for dehumidifiers, especially during winter. Instead, they take that crisp, dry indoor air for granted. But summer reminds us all why dehumidifiers are lifesaving.
Dehumidifiers are electrical appliances that expel excess humidity from your indoor air. Dehumidifier installations prevent household dampness and improve the quality of your indoor air.
Summer heat makes indoor air hot, thick, and damp. If you’d like to breathe more easily, schedule us for humidifier services to mitigate the muggiest days of the year.
Dehumidifiers are cost-effective solutions that prevent:
- Furniture and structural damage
- Vermin invasions (like dust mites)
- Energy loss
- Respiratory complications
With quality maintenance services, your hottest summer afternoons can be a cool and dry breeze.
Common Signs You Need Dehumidifier Repair Services
It’s pretty easy to tell if your Northeastern Ohio house is too humid for your health. Just watch out for the following signs.
- Thick air causing breathing difficulty. The air feels damp when the moisture content in the air is too much.
- Droplets of water condensation on doors and windows. When humidity is high, you’ll observe water droplets forming on metallic or glass surfaces.
- An increase in allergy attacks while you’re indoors. Too much humidity floats dust and other allergens from your floors and other surfaces. Excess moisture also triggers allergies because it supports the breeding of dust mites, mold, and mildew.
- Damp spots on walls, ceilings, and floors. Excess humidity warps furniture and your house structure as well. Damp walls will eventually collapse unless you dehumidify your house.
Which Dehumidifier Is Best?
Installing a dehumidifier is a suitable investment for your home. Different dehumidifier types may be appropriate for you, depending on the size of your Tallmadge or Akron house and family.
The two main types of dehumidifiers you can install include:
- Whole-home dehumidifiers: This type connects directly to your central HVAC system. It keeps every room safe from the effects of too much dampness.
- Single-room models: This type of AC dehumidifier is much smaller, but it has a more effective impact on single rooms. You’ll need multiple installations if your house is big since one unit only serves a single room.
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