Detroit Dehumidifier Installation
Eliminate Excess Moisture from Your Indoor Air
During the humid summer months here in Southeastern Michigan, it is a common problem to experience uncomfortably moist air inside your home. While running your air conditioner takes care of some of this excess humidity, it can only do so much. Thankfully, there's a solution: dehumidifier installation.
Installing a whole-house dehumidifier is a simple way to improve your indoor air quality and enjoy a more comfortable environment inside your home. If you're struggling with sticky, muggy air even with your AC running, get in touch with us today to see if adding a dehumidifier to your existing HVAC system is the solution you've been looking for.
Cregger Plumbing, Heating & Cooling is the Detroit area's most trusted indoor comfort expert. Give us a call today at (248) 560-7780 to request your quote for dehumidifier installation.
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How Do Whole-House Dehumidifiers Work?
Whole-house dehumidifiers are devices that are connected to an HVAC system, as opposed to portable dehumidifiers that you can purchase that plug into the wall and only work in one room at a time. Once installed, whole-house dehumidifiers work by drawing in warm, moist air through your ductwork and cooling it. This process causes the moisture in the air to condense into water droplets, which are then expelled directly down a drain or collected in a condensation pan. The cooled air is then released back into your room, balancing your indoor humidity level and helping you feel cooler.
Why Install a Dehumidifier in Detroit?
There are many great benefits to installing a whole-home dehumidifier in your Detroit home. Aside from the obvious goal of lowering the moisture content in your air so that you're more comfortable, dehumidifiers can also take some of the burden off of your air conditioner, resulting in less energy consumption, less wear and tear on your AC, and lower utility bills. Dehumidifiers can also protect the items in your home from the damaging effects of too much moisture. When indoor humidity levels are too high, they can actually cause damage to wooden furniture and floors, paper items, musical instruments, and other personal property. When humidity levels are high enough, they can even contribute to potentially dangerous mold and mildew growth that can produce unpleasant odors, symptoms of illness, and interior damage. Plus, if you or someone else in your household is an allergy sufferer, balanced indoor humidity levels can even keep symptom-triggering dust mite populations at bay.
Cregger Plumbing, Heating & Cooling is ready to answer all your questions about dehumidifier installation. Call us or contact us online today!
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