Is your home ready for the hot, humid air of summer? You don’t need a weather report to let you know how humid our area can get during the spring and summer. It can show up as condensation on your windows, a musty smell in your basement, or in some cases, serious health issues.
The EPA recommends that homes keep a humidity level between 30-50%. When levels exceed 60%, they can lead to mold and mildew growth, dust mites, asthma, allergies, and more. While room dehumidifiers can provide some relief, they are costly to run and require frequent emptying.
Here are some of the benefits of whole-house dehumidifiers:
• Integrates with your heating and cooling system ductwork to dehumidify all rooms
• Air with lower humidity feels cooler, reducing ac usage and saving energy
• Up to four times more efficient than room dehumidifiers
• No emptying required
Whole-house dehumidifiers come in a variety of sizes and configurations. Stuart Pro’s team of experts can help you find the one that right for you and your home.