Summer days with a high level of humidity feel about 20 degrees warmer than the real temperature. Using a dehumidifier
will absorb the humidity inside your home and make it feel cooler than what your thermostat reads. A/C systems naturally have a built-in function to dehumidify, but it’s always a good idea to pair the two units together to maintain the best quality of cool and dry air. This is especially necessary if one room of your house has a high level of humidity, like the basement or laundry room.
It’s important to maintain an even amount of humidity for anyone with allergies. Too much humidity can cause bacteria, dust, and mildew to grow—common triggers for an allergic reaction. A dehumidifier is key to cutting costs on energy bills—while saving the earth at the same time!