Kenner, Louisiana, residents are no strangers to excess humidity. Our summers are long, hot, and humid, which is why it’s essential to control indoor moisture. Whole-home humidification control can help keep you cool and comfortable, no matter how sticky it feels outside.
It’s difficult to feel comfortable in your own home if excess moisture plagues it. High humidity levels make a room feel hotter than it actually is, causing you to run the air conditioner more often. Although air conditioners alone help reduce humidity, adding a whole-home dehumidifier to your system will ensure your interior is cool and dry all summer long.
Prevent Health Concerns
Dampness allows dust mites, fungi, and other biological growths to thrive. Even if you don’t have allergies or asthma, the last thing you want is for your home to become a breeding ground for invisible nasties. These containments lead to respiratory issues such as coughing and sneezing, itchy or watery eyes, and itchy skin. Moisture also encourages the spread of viruses and bacteria. When you invest in whole-home humidity control, you make your family’s health a priority.
Whole-home humidification control systems are designed to work in conjunction with an existing HVAC system. Once installed, you can set your preferred humidity level and forget it. The system simply takes care of the rest. It measures the home’s humidity levels and automatically adjusts as needed.
Reduce Operating Costs
Adding a whole-home humidifier or dehumidifier to your HVAC system helps it operate at peak efficiency, which can prolong your HVAC’s lifespan. In fact, there are several HVAC add-ons designed to maximize indoor air quality that also help relieve your HVAC unit from doing all the work. Although these add-ons represent an initial investment, you’ll notice a big difference in your day-to-day energy costs.
Are you ready to add whole-home humidity control to your air conditioner? Call Bryans United at 504-208-2071 to learn more about our money-saving products. You’ll wonder how you ever got through a summer without one.
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