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Dehumidifiers in Minneapolis, MN by Vogt Heating, Air Conditioning and Plumbing
As all homeowners discover before long, there are seemingly countless issues which can transpire to drag down comfort levels in a home. Having too much humidity in the air is one of the most common problems, and also one of the most oppressive. Fortunately, it is also one that the IAQ professionals on the Vogt Heating, Air Conditioning and Plumbing squad can help you to overcome.
Whole-house dehumidifiers are installed directly into HVAC systems, and are able to remove excess moisture from the air. It is important to note, however, that such systems must be professionally installed and serviced. If you are sick and tired of the effects that high humidity creates in your home, contact us today to have your home outfitted with a professionally installed dehumidification system.
Vogt Heating, Air Conditioning and Plumbing provides indoor air quality products and services in Minneapolis, MN and the surrounding areas.
Signs That the Air in Your Home Is Too Humid
Unlike walking into your home to find that it is freezing cold in the winter, problems with humidity can sometimes be tough to pin down. In fact, many homeowners may even notice the problems stemming from high humidity levels while still failing to realize that this is the source of their issues. Here are a few warning signs to keep an eye out for which may suggest that the humidity level in your home is just too high.
First and foremost, take note of a muggy, heavy feel to the air in your home. When the air is too humid, it makes it difficult for the sweat from your body to evaporate. This can leave your body feeling sticky and uncomfortable. Floors, counters, and other surfaces in your home may feel similarly sticky. You may even find that there are water spots on your carpeting, or that your wallpaper is stained and peeling.
Even worse is the development of mold throughout your home. Such biological pollutants thrive in humid conditions, and they can be tough to get rid of when they settle in. Wood may also rot and warp, leading to considerable property damage.
Of course, high humidity can also negatively affect your health as well. If your allergy symptoms are spiraling out of control, it could be due to pollutants held in the humid air. Clearly, dehumidifying the air in your home can help to alleviate a number of considerable problems.
We Install and Service Dehumidifiers
Unlike standalone dehumidifiers, whole–house dehumidifiers are not simply moved from room to room as needed. They must be professionally installed into your HVAC system, though they can certainly be run independently of this system if necessary. You won’t have to worry about emptying water with such a system, making whole–house dehumidification as convenient as it is effective. If you have any questions or concerns about humidity levels in your home, or if you require whole–house dehumidifier services of any kind, give Vogt Heating, Air Conditioning and Plumbing a ring today. We are happy to help you protect your comfort, the condition of your home, and your health.