Is your household suffering from increased allergies and other discomforts stemming from poor indoor air quality? The problem may lie in excess humidity in the home. If you are in the market for a whole house dehumidifier, contact us for a home evaluation and we will help you choose and install the right dehumidifier unit to fit your needs. We are your local Colonial Heights dehumidifier installation and repair team focused on your total home comfort.
How can a whole house dehumidifier help you?
While humidity is a serious problem that plagues many homeowners, it is also an issue that is easy to address and manage with the proper solution.
If anyone in your household has allergic reactions to mold and mildew, installing a dehumidifier is an effective way to keep these problems at bay. When mold is allowed to form in the home, it not only causes allergies, but it can also make household members ill. Allergic reactions to mold can vary from person to person, including symptoms such as a stuffy nose, itchy skin, eye irritations, sneezing, or wheezing.
Since humidity tends to make a home damp, this situation can give rise to musty smells in your home as well. A dehumidifier will help remedy this problem, keeping your home dry and making it smell fresher. This is good news if you enjoy hosting dinner parties and get-togethers at your home.
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What other problems does this help solve?
Aside from helping to cut down on mold, mildew, and musty smells in your home, a dehumidifier can help solve other serious problems. Allergies are often caused by more than one type of trigger, and reducing the humidity level inside the home will prevent other allergens from becoming a problem.
Dust mites are a common source of allergy triggers. A damp and humid home creates the perfect environment for dust mites to thrive. Using a dehumidifier to dry your indoor air will make your home less hospitable to dust mites.
High humidity levels can also cause structural damage. The wood in your home may start to rot. If the humidity problem is not addressed, this situation can lead to costly damage.