Although it’s sometimes overlooked, the humidity of the air in your house can have a serious effect on everything that goes on inside. From your furniture, walls, and floors to your health and comfort throughout the seasons, the levels of moisture inside your home impact more than you might initially think. By installing a dehumidifier and taking control of these moisture levels, you can make a huge difference in the ways your house feels and operates! Here are some of the benefits to installing a dehumidifier this year.

Improve Your Air Quality

Since you spend most of the hours of the day in your home, including sleeping time, the quality of the air you breathe while you’re there is very important, and adding a dehumidifier to your house can help to improve it! High humidity in a building causes mold and mildew to thrive, as well as dust mites, leading to poor air quality that can aggravate your breathing, trigger your allergies, and lead to bad smells. When you have a dehumidifier running, these pesky organisms will be present in much lower quantities, helping you to breathe easier. 

Save Your Walls and Furniture

High humidity can do a number on furniture and surfaces like walls and floors in your house, especially in damp areas like basements or bathrooms. The high moisture content of the air can cause wood floors or furniture to swell and warp, eventually needing to be replaced, and can also lead to the growth of mildew and mold in corners, behind walls, and on surfaces like leather that should be kept dry. With a dehumidifier, you can help to prevent these problems!

Help Your Home Feel Cooler

“It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity.” We’ve all heard the phrase when talking about muggy, sweaty locations where the air is thick and uncomfortable, and in the warmer months of the year, the same can apply to your house. High humidity can cause you and your family members to feel warm and uncomfortable even with the air conditioning on, but the simple addition of a dehumidifier to draw the moisture out of the air can help the house feel much cooler, even with no changes to the way your AC is functioning. It’s an addition that you’ll thank yourself for when the summertime comes!

If you struggle with or are worried about any of these moisture related issues in your home, a dehumidifier installation would be an excellent idea for you. Want to learn more? Contact The Plumbing Works today to discuss your questions with one of our friendly and helpful team members!

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