Dehumidifier Installation and Repair in Tampa, FLHas your home ever been at a reasonably cool temperature but still uncomfortable? Many Tampa Bay residents experience this problem, due to the humid nature of our state. Humidity is the measure of the amount of water molecules in the air. The more humid the air, the warmer it feels.
Benefits of a Dehumidifier
Because humid air feels warmer, many homeowners simply turn down their thermostat further during the humid and warm summer months. This increases the demand on your air conditioner or heat pump and causes it to work harder than necessary, increasing its energy consumption and costing you money with higher utility bills.
By installing a dehumidifier, you will experience several benefits, including the following:
- Saves Money: By removing excess humidity from your home, a dehumidifier can make your home feel cooler at higher temperatures. This allows you to leave your thermostat a few degrees warmer and still remain comfortable, saving money on energy costs.
- Increases Energy Efficiency: Because you can remain comfortable at warmer temperatures, your air conditioner or heat pump will be working less, decreasing your monthly energy consumption.
- Enhances Indoor Comfort: A humid home has a “sticky” feeling that reduces the comfort you feel inside your home. A dehumidifier keeps your home at an optimum level of humidity.
- Reduces Mold/Mildew Growth: A home with a high moisture level has an increased chance of mold and mildew growth. Closed areas like bathrooms can become a perfect breeding ground for these harmful pollutants. Excess moisture in the air can also cause wood floors and furniture to warp.
If you’re tired of uncomfortable humid air plaguing your Florida home, get an estimate from Acree Air Conditioning for a new dehumidifier.
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