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Many home and business owners alike are so singularly focused upon the number on the thermostat that they forget about the various other factors affecting their total indoor air quality. Whether you are running a small household or a large commercial space with dozens of employees and hundreds of customers, it’s important that you keep everyone satisfied. Considering our climate, that often means having full control over the humidity level in your space. While you have likely used a portable dehumidifier at some point in your life, a whole house device is on another level completely. For maximum results, whole-house dehumidification is supreme. Here are some reasons you may want to consider one for your home.

  1. Stuffy air: One of the most common indications that your air has too much humidity is stuffiness. It often coincides with a kind of musty odor, and if you have that in your living or work space, then it’s imperative that you get in touch with a professional technician to remove the issue at once. It’s not only about your comfort, but also about the quality of the air that you breathe.
  2. Visible condensation: If you notice condensation building up on your walls, floor and fixtures, then that’s a sure-fire sign that you have excessive humidity in the home. You need to take control of the situation and a whole house dehumidifier, installed within your air ducts for maximum coverage, gives you just what you need.
  3. Bio-contaminant prevention: As you know all too well, mold, mildew and bacteria thrive in wet spaces. Because humidity is such a factor for their proliferation, it’s imperative that you have a means of preventing them from taking over your home. While a whole house dehumidifier is by no means a foolproof anti-mold device and certainly cannot be a substitute for professional mold remediation, it can indeed go a long way towards reducing the risk that such contaminants pose to your home or work space.

Get in touch with our indoor air quality specialists at Cliffs Air Conditioning and Heating, Inc. to discuss your dehumidifier options today in Port Charlotte, FL. We’ll be happy to sit down with you and discuss your goals.