Dehumidifiers – Air Authority

There are many health reasons to make sure you keep the humidity in your home at proper levels. While having humidity too low can cause problems, you also need to make sure it doesn’t creep too high. Excess humidity in your home can lead to the growth of mildew, mold, and bacteria. Letting humidity levels rise too high can lead to the development of health problems for you and your family. Fortunately, there are signs that you have too much moisture in the air. If you see condensation on your windows or patio door, that can be an early sign of high humidity.

You might also notice a musty smell in your home or mold spots on your ceiling and in the corners of the house. You may even find watermarks in your basement. When these signs start to appear, it is time to call Air Authority for an inspection to determine whether you need a new dehumidifier. We will check your moisture levels and recommend an HVAC service solution that will work for you.

Let’s Discuss the Install

The first step we take at Air Authority begins with a check of humidity levels in your home. Ideally, the humidity level will be around 45 to 50%. If the humidity is too high, we can recommend and install a Trane dehumidifier right for your situation. The right product depends on many factors: the size of your house, the normal humidity levels in your area, and the structure of your home. Air Authority’s certified, expert technicians will work with you to determine what you need. We install high-quality units with the benefit of our average 12 to 15 years of experience. Shop around. We provide unmatched expertise and deliver it with honesty and integrity. And with financing available (with approved credit), there is no reason to delay getting the dehumidifier you need for your home.

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Let’s Talk About the Repair

Sometimes you don’t need a new unit. Small problems, if repaired promptly, can be fixed, allowing you to keep things running smoothly and extend the life of your heater or air conditioning as long as possible. After all, you want your investment to last for years or even decades. We want to help. If your humidity is starting to creep up, give us a call. Air Authority will inspect your dehumidifier and assess it in relation to your needs. We will repair or replace any parts that are failing, and document everything to help protect the value of your investment. We work efficiently and professionally to get your humidifier’s performance back where it needs to be.

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Let’s Explain Humidifier Maintenance

While our HVAC repair service is second to none, you shouldn’t wait until there is a problem. Regular maintenance is the key to keeping your dehumidifier working well for years to come. As the unit removes moisture from the air, the coils get dirty, bacteria collects, and the tank fills up. Accordingly, a dehumidifier requires regular cleaning and maintenance to operate at peak efficiency.

At Air Authority, we have decades of experience and a passion for our work. Making regular maintenance appointments allow us to put what we know to work for you. Maintenance keeps the little problems from developing and prevents major headaches down the road. If you are experiencing excess home moisture, don’t wait until you or your family members start feeling sick. Call today to set up a free in-home estimate. We have no doubt you will appreciate the Air Authority experience!

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A de-humidifier is designed to remove humidity (moisture) from the air and is a necessary element in preventing growth of mold.

There are a variety of sizes of de-humidifiers and they have different removal capacities. There are even some models that have upgraded features that make setup and use easy. The hardest part may simply be choosing the right de-humidifier for you, but we can help if you’re having trouble.