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Trying to achieve the perfect humidity level in your home is often challenging, especially if you live in an area where high moisture is the norm. If you live in one of these areas, having a dehumidifier installed is one of the best decisions you can make. Most people spend close to 90% of their time indoors, so keeping your indoor environment comfortable is very important.
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Balancing Humidity in Your Home
The key function of a dehumidifier in your home is to balance out the overall humidity level. High humidity is horribly uncomfortable, even if the outside temperature isn’t that hot. A dehumidifier draws moisture right out of the air by chilled coils within the unit, then the air is sent back into the living space, minus the humidity. Most people are familiar with standalone units, but if you really want effective humidity control, a whole-house system is the way to go. When you have a whole-house system set-up, you’re able to control the moisture in the entire house, which benefits everyone.
Risks of High Indoor Humidity
If you aren’t particularly bothered by the feel of a humid indoor environment, there are still issues that pertain to high humidity you want to avoid. Mold spores, certain bacteria, insects and parasites can flourish in moist areas, and if these issues start to develop inside your home, you may be in for a host of other issues. Keeping humidity levels down is always the best, no matter how you feel about it.
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Lower Humidity for Better Health
Higher humidity also has the potential to affect your health and the health of everyone in your house. Those mold spores and bacteria that grow can irritate people’s lungs, especially if there is an existing respiratory problem like asthma. The key is to have a whole-house dehumidifier installed to control the humidity levels in every room and keep everyone in the house safe and comfortable, no matter what time of year it happens to be.