The quality of air inside a building is normally rated based on a number of factors, including; temperature, humidity and cleanliness. If air in a building has the right temperature and it’s clean, but has high humidity, IAQ can still be ranked as poor because it is difficult to breath moist air. Furthermore, you will feel hotter than it actually is because sweat will not be able to evaporate from your skin due to excess moisture content in air circulating in the room. To deal with the humidity problem, you will have to install a dehumidifier.
How a Dehumidifier Works
If you live in Picayune, MS, you can call us to install a dehumidification device in your home to control the level of humidity. The device works just like an air conditioner. It cools air, thereby lowering it’s moisture-carrying capacity. As a result, condensation occurs and water is collected in a condensate pan and drained away into your home’s drainage system. The device is usually installed at the entrance of air ducts to ensure that only dry air is sent to the air conditioning or heating system. We can inspect your home, measure the humidity, recommend the most suitable dehumidification device to install and perform the actual installation. Our technicians are NATE-certified and they have a lot of experience installing a wide range of dehumidification devices in both commercial and residential property, so you can count on them to properly deal with your humidity problem.
Signs of High Humidity
It’s easy to find out if your home has high humidity. For one, you will notice your windows are foggy. When you walk into the house, you will notice an unpleasant musty odor. After spending a few minutes inside the house, you will start feeling like your skin is clammy and sticky. These are all signs of high humidity. Call us today for innovative humidity control solutions.