Even though September brings thoughts of the fall, we can actually encounter some of our hottest temperatures during the first part of this month. Our heat is typically mixed with a good amount of humidity during this time of year, so much so that your air conditioning system may struggle with dehumidifying your home properly. A home with cool, moist air ends up feeling cool and clammy, not cool and dry, usurping the whole point of having a whole home AC system to begin with. But the indoor air quality experts at Carney Plumbing Heating & Cooling have a great solution for you: a whole house dehumidifier.
Why It Helps
Dehumidification is part of the cooling process, but when we experience high humidity for several days or even a week, your AC can struggle. You can purchase individual room dehumidifiers, but these units only dehumidify the air immediately surrounding it; as such, you won’t really be drying your air as needed. When you add a whole house dehumidifier to your air conditioning system, the air is dehumidified before it can enter your AC. This action helps to:
- Reduce the stress on your air conditioning system
- Reduce the wear and tear on your air conditioning system
- Dry the air more effectively
- Make your home more comfortable
- Allow you to set your thermostat a few degrees higher because the air is drier
Installation Isn’t a DIY Job
A whole home dehumidifier becomes a part of your air conditioning system. As such, installation and service should always be handled by trained experts like ours. If you are interested in seeing what a whole house dehumidifier can do for your home in Doylestown, PA, call us today and let our helpful staff schedule you an appointment for indoor air quality services.