High levels of humidity in your home reduce your indoor air quality. They make the air feel uncomfortable and sticky, especially during the summer months. A dehumidifier can help you reduce excess humidity and improve your home’s overall comfort.
At Total Comfort Solutions, we can regulate your humidity levels with a dehumidifier. Our HVAC professionals install, repair, and maintain these humidity-regulating systems in Walla Walla, WA, and the surrounding area. Our competence and excellent customer service set us apart from the competition.
Contact our experts for indoor air quality solutions customized to your needs and budget.
Signs Your Home Would Benefit from a Dehumidifier
Have you noticed wood rot, mold growth, and stains on your walls? These are just some of the signs that your home has high humidity levels and you could benefit from installing a dehumidifier.
Let’s look at the most obvious signs you need an air conditioner dehumidifier:
- Water stains on walls
- Condensation on windows
- You feel uncomfortable indoors
- Dampness in your basement
- You have an oversized HVAC system
- Rotting wood
- Damp or musty air
At Total Comfort Solutions, we go above and beyond to make your home as comfortable as possible. We use only top-quality appliances to guarantee the best results. Contact us to feel the difference.
Benefits of AC Dehumidifier Installation
Dehumidifiers are effective indoor air quality units that come with numerous benefits for your home and, more importantly, yourself. They eliminate potentially dangerous factors that can affect your home, family, and even your loved ones.
Benefits of installing a dehumidifier include:
- Cleaner air
- Reduced condensation
- Less mold growth
- Lower energy consumption and cost
- Quick and easy maintenance
- Improved health
Want to do more to improve the quality of the air you breathe indoors? Contact our technicians to learn more about how AC maintenance can improve your indoor air quality.
Choosing a Dehumidifier
We install two main types of dehumidifiers: portable and whole-house models. Portable models cost less than whole-house units, but you have to move them from room to room or install several units to dehumidify the entire house.
Whole-house units will cost more upfront but will effectively control humidity throughout your home. Our indoor air quality experts can help you select an option that best fits your situation. We’ll consider the humidity levels in various parts of your home, your needs, and your budget.