How a Dehumidifier Can Help Keep You Comfortable

Springtime in Sugarland, Texas, often means sunny mornings and hot, sticky afternoons. While turning on your air conditioner can help keep you cool, you may need a high-powered solution for keeping humidity in check. Find out how a whole-house dehumidifier can keep you comfortable while keeping your HVAC costs manageable.

Cool Your Home With Less Effort

As the mercury rises, higher temperatures certainly make you feel warmer, but the amount of moisture in the air also affects how warm you feel. If the relative humidity level in your home is over 50 percent, it’s likely to feel hotter. That may prompt you to make your air conditioner work harder than necessary to keep you cool.

When you invest in a Performance DEHXX whole-home dehumidifier, you’ll give your HVAC system a streamlined tool for managing humidity. This type of dehumidifier helps you feel cooler without prompting you to turn up the air conditioner. That means you can dial back your thermostat settings without risking your comfort.

Boost Your Air Conditioner’s Efficiency

In Texas, spring and summer can mean high utility bills, thanks to round-the-clock air conditioner use. When you invest in a whole-home dehumidifier, however, you’ll boost your air conditioner’s efficiency at the same time. Better efficiency typically means more energy savings, which means you can look forward to lower utility bills without compromising your cool.

At Davis Air Conditioning & Heating, we know that increased efficiency can also improve your cooling system’s performance. Your air conditioner may even last longer, helping you get a better return on your investment.

Improve Indoor Air Quality

High humidity can lead to indoor air quality issues ranging from biological growth to excessive dust. Dealing with the effects of these indoor air quality problems can be uncomfortable and costly, but investing in a whole-house dehumidifier enables you to tackle high humidity before it takes a serious toll on your health, comfort, or wallet.

Don’t let humidity issues get you down. Contact your local indoor air quality experts at Davis Air Conditioning & Heating at 888-710-5530.

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