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Dehumidifiers: Your AC’s Best Ally

Monday, August 12th, 2019

family-bonding-inside-of-homeAre you struggling with the temperature inside your home? It can get pretty hot and stuffy in your home here in Lake Jackson in the summer. You might get to the point where you feel like your temperature problems are so severe that you have an issue with your home’s air conditioner. In reality though, the problem might be with your indoor air quality.

Your indoor air quality really does affect how you feel in your home. If you have high humidity in your home, you’ll only feel hotter when you’re trying to get cool. If you need a great dehumidifier in Lake Jackson, TX, make sure that you contact our team today to schedule an appointment for indoor air quality services.

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Why You Need a Dedicated Dehumidifier

Monday, August 29th, 2016

Humidity is never fun to deal with, especially during the summer. The higher the humidity levels in your air, the higher the evaporation point of liquids like sweat. That’s why your body takes longer to cool off during humid days. Most people think that running an air conditioner for long enough will get rid of the excess humidity in their home’s air. This isn’t actually true. If you want to control the excess humidity in your home, you’re going to need a dedicated dehumidifier system. Read on to find out why.

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Do I Need to Install a Dehumidifier in My Home?

Monday, February 29th, 2016

As you are likely well aware, when it gets hot in Texas, the humidity typically rises as well. Not only does this make for an uncomfortable environment, it can actually be unhealthy. Humidity—or rather lack thereof—is an important part of good indoor air quality. Excess moisture can cause a number of problems, including exposure to mold and other allergens.

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Dehumidifiers and Indoor Air Quality

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

Texas is well known for its heat, so it’s no surprise when the temperature climbs into triple digits around here. What might surprise new arrivals to the area, though, is how incredibly humid parts of the state can get. Humidity makes hot days that much worse, and can make your home seriously uncomfortable. Comfort isn’t the only thing affected by humid weather, though. Read on to find out more about the effects that high humidity can have on your health, and why a dehumidifier is a good idea.

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