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Dehumidifiers in Melbourne, FL
You’ve probably heard it a zillion times, but there is a reason the saying goes, “It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity”. And as a Florida resident, you’ve definitely felt the effects of high humidity—poofy hair, sticky skin, and a whole lot of sweat. So, what can be done about it?
Fortunately, Complete Air & Heat, Inc offers comprehensive dehumidifier services for homeowners across Melbourne, FL and the surrounding communities. Our dehumidifier services are designed to give you the comfort and efficiency that you deserve, and our technicians will work hard to ensure that your new system remains effective for years to come. So, what are you waiting for? Click or call today to learn about our indoor air quality solutions!
Schedule your dehumidifier services with the team that’s been making families happy on the Space Coast since 1975. Call today to schedule services in Melbourne, FL and the surrounding area.
Why High Humidity is a Problem
The main trouble of high humidity levels is that it makes it more difficult for the human body to release heat through perspiration. And with more heat trapped in your body, the hotter your indoor air will feel. So not only will you feel quite uncomfortable, but you’ll also end up running your air conditioner at full blast just to keep up with your comfort needs. In fact, you can expect to pay about 30% more on your energy bills when you’ve got a humidity problem.
Additionally, high humidity can also lead to water damage, as excess moisture can cause your wooden furnishings to rot and cause paint and wallpaper to peel away from your walls. You might also find that your living space has become a home for mold and mildew, which can certainly impact your health.
How a Dehumidifier Can Help
Whole-house dehumidifiers work similarly to air conditioners, which absorb moisture along with thermal energy as they work. However, air conditioners were not designed to be dehumidifiers, and it takes a dedicated device to do the job right.
The standard whole-house dehumidifier consists of a refrigerant coil that cycles refrigerant to cause evaporation. The evaporation draws moisture from the air, along with heat. The excess moisture is then siphoned away into the wastewater system.
You Need a Whole-House Indoor Air Quality Solution
Sure, you can probably pick up a portable dehumidifier from your local home goods store, but if you are looking to truly balance the humidity levels in your home, you are going to need a whole-house system. These systems are integrated directly into your existing HVAC system to treat the entirety of your indoor air.
Complete Air & Heat, Inc installs and services the best dehumidifiers on the market today. We offer everything from installation and replacement to repairs and maintenance, so no matter what your needs are, we can help! Click or call today to see how we’ve been keeping families on the Space Coast happy since 1975.