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In the same way too little moisture in your home air causes problems, too much moisture can do the same. We can help. Dehumidifiers pull excess moisture from the air by causing it to condense onto refrigerant coils. Contact us to install a dehumidifier in your home today.

Dehumifiers for Maximum Home Comfort

Too much moisture in the air can keep you from feeling comfortable in your own home. Not only does excess moisture make the air feel downright clammy, it hurts your breathing. Extreme indoor humidity can irritate respiratory conditions such as asthma. Furthermore, excess moisture provides a fertile breeding ground for dust, which also aggravates breathing. Contact us to secure your home comfort by installing a humidifier.

Dehumidifiers to Protect Your Valuables and Home

Excess moisture also takes a toll on your valuables. Too much water in the air poses a direct threat to wood products and your house. A hardwood floor is particularly susceptible to mold growth and the wood itself curling. Furthermore, the wooden beams and the wooden foundation in your home are susceptible to moisture damage and mold growth. Contact us to discuss protecting your home from excess moisture.

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