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Finding the Perfect Comfort Level
Your home will feel most comfortable when your humidity level is between 30 and 50 percent. Any level higher than 60 percent may cause adverse effects.
Here are some signs you may need a whole-house dehumidifier:
- Condensation regularly forms on the inside of your windows, even if they are newly installed and of good quality.
- Metal fixtures or tools rust indoors, especially if they are in the basement.
- You notice the growth of mold and mildew in various areas of your home, not just bathrooms.
- Family members may cough or wheeze more often due to low air quality.
- The house feels stuffy or the air feels damp, even when the air conditioner is running.
- In extreme cases, paint may peel from the walls. Wood trim and doors may become warped.
A home that is sealed too tightly may trap moisture inside and will raise the humidity level. If you have an unvented gas fireplace, it can also bring unwanted moisture inside your home and begin causing one of the problems mentioned above.
Here are a few ways you can reduce your indoor humidity level:
- Run the bathroom fan every time you take a shower or bath, and leave it running for at least 10 minutes afterward.
- While you are cooking, run a fan in the kitchen.
- Open the windows for a few minutes every day. The open window will let fresh air in and humid air out.
Contact us today at (330) 400-3334 to schedule a free estimate with our Akron indoor air quality specialists! We proudly service Southern Cleveland and the surrounding areas.
Choose Whole-Home Dehumidifiers
Single-room dehumidifiers require constant attention with emptying water and changing filters. You may need more than one to lower the humidity level throughout your home. Running the air conditioner does bring the humidity level down, but that can get expensive over time. Also, it’s not effective to run the air conditioner when the outside air is cool and damp.
Your best bet for controlling your indoor humidity level is to install a whole-house dehumidifier. This machinery hooks into your existing HVAC system and delivers properly humidified air to every room, all year long. At Wilson Plumbing & Heating, our expert technicians are trained to install a whole-house dehumidifier in your home.