An effective whole-house dehumidifier will eliminate excessive moisture from your indoor air. This will help to keep your home or building more comfortable and can also protect certain things in your property from becoming damaged. Due to excess moisture paint can peel, walls can rot, and furniture can be destroyed. High levels of humidity can also create a breeding ground for mold and bacteria leading to a number of health related problems. At Daniels Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, LLC we can help you to choose the perfect equipment for your property and personal needs, effectively install it, and provide routine inspections so that any issues can be spotted early on and repaired quickly.
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What Are the Benefits of Whole-House Dehumidifiers?
Before contacting our expert staff to install a whole-house dehumidifier in your home or commercial property, it’s important to understand the benefits of such a decision. If the air inside of your property is cold while humidity levels are high, it will cause you to have clammy skin. Also, high levels of humidity can cause mold and bacteria to grow and may increase the chances of the development of certain viruses.
An air conditioner can remove some humidity from a home or building, but it cannot do it on a large enough scale. By having a whole-house dehumidifier installed, you can eliminate musty odors, mildew, mold, sweaty floors, stuffy air, and unwanted condensation.
An efficient dehumidifier can also keep you more comfortable when it starts to get cold outside. During fall and spring, a property can become especially humid, but this can be avoided by installing one of our effective units.
Another benefit is the energy savings that a dehumidifier can provide. If there is less moisture inside of your home or building, then your central air conditioner doesn’t have to work nearly as hard, thereby decreasing your monthly utility bills.
What Are Some Common Dehumidifer Issues?
Before purchasing a whole-house dehumidifier, many people ask us about common problems associated with it. If your system does not turn on the problem may be caused by blown electrical circuits, but oftentimes, it’s a matter of misunderstanding.
If you try to turn your unit on, it will only activate if it’s set on a humidity level that is higher than the current one in your property. If the humidity in your home or building is lower than what the control is set for, the unit has no reason to operate. Another reason why your system may not turn on is because the reservoir is full.
Another common problem associated with whole-house dehumidifiers is frozen evaporator coils. It’s possible for temporary freezing to occur, but this is usually not a serious issue. If there is always ice on the evaporator coils, then it’s possible that the room temperature is too low for the particular model. Our specialists can diagnose any issues you may be having with your dehumidifier in order to determine the most effective solution.
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What to Expect From a Dehumidifier Maintenance Service?
When it comes to whole-home dehumidifiers, there are several aspects of maintenance that need to be performed. It is highly important that you have the system filter changed on a routine basis. The purpose of the filter is to remove harmful airborne particles. The air filter also plays a crucial role in protecting vital system components. The condenser coils need to be inspected regularly, and the exhaust and intake grills need to be cleaned. By scheduling regular maintenance with our knowledgeable technicians you can be sure that every component inside the system will be examined and if issues are present that will be repaired right away.