Whole House Dehumidifiers in Baltimore, Lutherville-Timonium, Ellicott City, MD and the Surrounding Areas
Whole House Dehumidifiers Services in Baltimore, Lutherville-Timonium, Ellicott City, Columbia, Glen Burnie, Bowie, Towson, Dundalk, Catonsville, Laurel, Woodlawn, Nottingham, Randallstown, Abington, Essex, MD and Surrounding Areas.
All the Answers You Ever Needed on Whole house Dehumidifiers
Whole house Dehumidifiers in Baltimore, Lutherville-Timonium, Ellicott City, MD and the surrounding areas are the one thing you cannot possibly spend a hot summer without. Humidity is, without a doubt, one of the most uncomfortable things to feel when living or sleeping in a sweltering hothouse. So here is all you need to know on these life-saving units.
How Does Humidity Affect Hot Temperatures?
That’s a super important point that needs to be tackled and which more people need to know about. In high and hot summers it’s not actually the temperature itself that makes us ‘feel extra hot’ so to say but it’s the humidity. The excess water in the air does not allow our own sweat to wick off.
Simply put, when sweat evaporates and dries off the skin, our body cools down. If that process doesn’t happen, our skin cannot cool off and we feel a temperature that is higher than reality.
What Problems Does High Humidity Cause?
We’ve already mentioned one of them and here are a few more.
- Restless sleep
- Elevated blood pressure
- Dust mites
- Heat strokes
- Mildew associated with mold and moisture
- Peeling paint
- Wilting plants
- Damaged electronics
- Sticky doors
How Much Do Whole House Dehumidifiers Cost?
The initial cost, as well as the installation of a whole-house dehumidifier, is larger than that of a portable unit. But you will view it as a worthy investment in time.
What Are the Benefits of a Whole House Dehumidifier?
First of all, as opposed to having several dehumidifiers around the house, this one will be more budget-friendly. The portable ones use a lot of energy to run. Moreover, they don’t have a thermostat. Therefore, they will never stop working even if your house has already reached a level of humidity that is more than desirable.
When it comes to maintenance, a whole-house dehumidifier requires none. All you need to do is have an HVAC technician come in once a year to do a checkup as well as clean it. Needless to say, we can help you there. Just use the contact info you can see at the top of the page to call us or send us an email letting us know if you have dehumidifiers on the list this year!