Realizing a dehumidifier is necessary


Moving south was a large change for my spouse and I.

We’d lived our entire lives in the northeastern part of the country until just a couple of years ago.

Out of necessity, my buddy and I constantly bought four-wheel-drive vehicles and had a full wardrobe of jackets. My great friend and I owned heavy boots, wool coats, gloves, ice scrapers and snow shovels. My great friend and I worried about sub zero temperatures, cold water pipes, snow removal, icy roads and overly dry air. Our modern location doesn’t even require a heating system for the home. Our yard consists of sand, and my buddy and I have palm trees in the garden. My great friend and I now are more sad with sunblock, scary thunderstorms and concerns with excess humidity. The air conditioner operates for approximately eight months per year. The temperature respectfully soars into the triple digits, and our electric bills are a drain on the budget. We’ve figured out that lowering the thermostat setting is not the answer to ideal comfort. Over-cooling the apartment doesn’t solve the problem of too much moisture in the air. It simply adds to demands on the air conditioner, raises our yearly expenses and increases the risk of requiring repairs. My great friend and I initially tried portable dehumidifiers. My great friend and I found that the reservoir needed to be emptying constantly, and there wasn’t much improvement in our air quality. My great friend and I still had condensate running down the window pains and mold growth. My great friend and I now have a whole-apartment dehumidifier that is incorporated right into the cooling component and works to pull moisture out of the air before it’s sent into the living space. The component requires only annual service, operates almost silently and has made a large improvement in comfort.

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