South Bend Whole-House Dehumidifiers
Keeping Your Home Dry & Comfortable
A humid home can create the illusion of heat. Even if the temperature is comfortable, excess moisture in the air can create a feeling that it’s hotter than it is. It can also affect your HVAC system. The more moisture there is in the air, the harder your system will have to work to bring the temperature to the appropriate levels. Plus, there's the added risk that all that moisture can build up on your machinery and promote corrosion. That’s why you need a whole-house dehumidifier expert in South Bend to not only make sure your equipment runs efficiently, but that everyone in your home benefits from better indoor air quality. Even when your heating and cooling system is off, you’ll be able to control the humidity inside your home and keep everyone comfortable!
If it feels too humid in your home, call Great Lakes Heating & Air Conditioning to ask about adding a dehumidifier to your home. We can be reached at (574) 498-7556.
What Can a Dehumidifier Do?
A whole-house dehumidifier from Great Lakes Heating & Air Conditioning can provide you with a wealth of benefits.
You can expect:
- Air that is easier to breathe. Say goodbye to stagnant, heavy air and hello to fresher air with a perfect moisture balance for maintaining your health.
- Mold prevention. Mold thrives in moist environments, so if your indoor air is too humid, you're giving mold spores a chance to proliferate. A dehumidifier can protect your household from serious health risks linked to mold exposure.
- Odor control. Humid air holds onto odor-causing molecules and causes them to linger. It also feeds mold and mildew. If your indoor air smells stale or musty, you need to consider a humidity control system.
- Avoidance of rotting wood and damage to floor or furniture. Excessive moisture can wreak havoc on wood furniture, drywall, hardwood floors, and valuable items like pianos, books, and more.
Is the humidity of your home’s air causing problems for your or your heating and cooling system? Call Great Lakes Heating & Air Conditioning and add a dehumidifier capable of giving you complete control over your climate!