In North Carolina, we are especially susceptible to “sticky” or humid weather in the summer months.
Depending on how old your house is, your current HVAC system, and several other factors, dehumidifiers can sometimes work hand-in-hand with HVAC systems to keep your house comfortable in the hot, muggy months. Not sure whether a dehumidifier is right for you? Reach out to one of our certified technicians at (910) 934-3222 for assistance!
Removing Excess Moisture
Mold is due in part to having too much moisture in the air. Having too much water in the air can lead to cosmetic issues, bacterial growth, and human health issues inside your home. Mold, of course, can be detrimental to walls, showers, and roofs, but it can also cause respiratory issues in humans. While not necessary for some homes, dehumidifiers are needed in others to pull excess water out of the air. If you have read our guides to a healthy home and are still unsure which route is best for you, call one of our certified technicians at (910) 934-3222 today for a free conversation about your options.
Signs You May Need Extra Moisture Protection
We never want to cause one of our trusted clients to have an extra financial burden unless it is completely necessary. This is why we recommend looking out for the following signs before purchasing a full-home dehumidifier:
- Unusual condensation on windows
- Damp floors in the absence of rain or water damage
- Easily visible mold or bacterial growth
- Excessive humidity in damp, windowless rooms
Reach out to Rochelle Heating and air today if any of these scenarios apply to you and your home!
Improving Air Quality
The standard for optimal humidity in a home is 30%-60%. When levels exceed this threshold, health concerns can start to develop, as can visible damage to your home or furniture. We strongly recommend that any clients who are allergic to mold, mildew, and dust consider a dehumidifier. Dehumidifiers range from single-room units to full-home units. Obviously, the bigger the unit, the higher the prices will be. By reaching out to our trained HVAC specialists, we can better understand what fits your needs best within your price range. Our professionals at Rochelle Heating and Air prioritize respiratory health and refuse to let the people of Jacksonville, NC, suffer the effects of excess humidity.
Choose Rochelle Heating and Air for Dehumidifier Needs
Based in Jacksonville, NC, all of our technicians are trained and certified to handle any problems that could arise with your dehumidifier. While we do not do individual installations, our crew is ready to go at a moment's notice to assist in any repairs that may be necessary. Don’t let excess moisture adversely affect your life anymore. Contact one of Rochelle Heating and Air’s specialists today at (910) 934-3222 to discuss your options.