Let’s Talk About Humidity
Humidity, full of benefits, but too much can cause more damage than what it’s worth. If your home has too much humidity then problems caused by excessive moisture can arise. If there’s too little, then your house plants can be at risk of drying out and sleep may be affected due to dry sinuses. Let’s see when you’ll need a humidifier, and when you need to dry out your home with a dehumidifier.
Best reasons to install a humidifier
Reduced Risk of Flu
It’s proven in warmer weather climates reduce the risk of influenza. While not 100% preventative, having a humidifier in your home can reduce the chances of flu infection.
Keeps Skin Hydrated
You may notice in colder months that your skin becomes dry and your lips may become chapped. Adding a little moisture to the air can alleviate these issues.
Do you or your partner suffer from snoring? Having a humidifier in your home can reduce this by adding moisture and taking away the dryness in your nose.
Increased Home Quality
Increased moisture in the air keeps plants from drying out and helps protect wood floors and furniture.
Humidifier Best Practices
Best Places to Install Humidifiers
Install your humidifier where you will be spending the most time. The living room or bedroom are two good choices.
How Big of a Humidifier Do I Need?
Let’s face it, size matters. Some humidifiers can take care of an entire home, but this may not be to your needs. If you don’t have the need for a whole home humidifier, then choose a size fitting for the room you want it in. Don’t know what that is? No problem! Our Home Squad crew can point you in the right direction.
Best reasons to install a Dehumidifier
As moist air becomes more dominant then so does mold. Found on windowsills and bathrooms with poor ventalation, mold can destroy a home if not prevented.
Condensation on Glass Windows and Doors
If you see your doors or windows sweating that is a telltale sign there is too much moisture in your home.
The precourser to mold, a stale smell in various rooms of your home will show your nostrils a sign that there is an excess of moisture in that room.
In extreme cases if left unchecked, moisture in warmer climates can cause paint to blister and peel. If you see signs of this it’s time to purchase a dehumidifier immediately.
DeHumidifier Best Practices
Best Places to Install Dehumidifiers
Install your dehumidifier where moisture is at its highest point. If there are multiple rooms in your home that are suffering from excessive moisture then you may need to get a larger unit, or multiple units for individual rooms depending on your budget.
How Big of a deumidifier Do I Need?
This will depend on the your needs entirely. As mentioned above you may need a larger unit, or multiple units in order to get the coverage you need. There are also varying levels of dehumidifiers depending on the job you need it for. A Home Squad pro can point you in the right direction, just give us a call!
Benefits of a dehumidifier
There are many benefits to installing an AC dehumidifier in your home. If you’ve ever considered it, check these out below!
AC Dehumidifers Run Almost Silently In The Background
Less Moisture Means Less Mildew
Wet Towels and Laundry Dry Faster
Dehumidifiers Cut Down On Dust = Less Cleaning
Dehumidifier Helps AC Run More Efficiently
Why Choose Home Squad?
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