Enjoy Whole-Home Humidity Control
The humid climate of North and South Carolina can be unbearable at times. Installing a whole-home humidifier will give you control over the humidity within your home and will make it easier to regulate the temperature, improve your comfort, and protect your home against mold, mildew, dust mites, and other pests. At Acosta Heating, Cooling & Electrical, we can seamlessly install whole-home dehumidifiers that you can count on.
Contact Acosta at 704.527.7401 to discover the many advantages our whole-home dehumidifiers offer for homeowners in Charlotte, NC, and surrounding communities.
Benefits of Dehumidifiers
Dehumidifiers offer many benefits that you will begin to notice immediately. Once installed and operational, whole-home dehumidifiers offer the following benefits and more:
- Improves indoor air quality
- Alleviates breathing conditions, including allergies, asthma, and COPD
- Improves comfort
- Decreases wear and tear on HVAC systems
- Enhances protection against moisture-related damage
- Lowers utility bills
Combatting Mold, Mildew & Dust Mites
Hot and humid climates create the perfect environment for mold, mildew, and dust mites to thrive. As such, these irritants are a considerable problem in the Charlotte area. Proper humidity control with a dehumidifier will help prevent mold, mildew, and dust mites from proliferating on surfaces, beneath flooring, and behind walls.
Want to experience the benefits of a whole-home dehumidifier for your Charlotte home? Contact Acosta at 704.527.7401 to get started.
Our Dehumidifier Installation Services
Dehumidifiers can be installed anywhere in your home but are most commonly installed near the primary source of moisture. This means that most homeowners choose to install the system on ductwork located near the air conditioner, within the basement, or on an upper floor. Our technicians will help you determine the ideal placement location for your home. We offer systems manufactured by Lennox because we know they perform exceptionally well within our climate and will deliver safe, reliable, long-term performance. We will install the unit, test system operation, and show you how to achieve optimal performance. From start to finish, the process typically takes between four to six hours to complete the installation and testing of your new whole-home dehumidifier.
Call 704.527.7401 to schedule whole-home dehumidifier installation in Charlotte, NC, or surrounding areas, including South Charlotte, Union County, and York County.
Why Choose Acosta?
Since 1972, Acosta Heating, Cooling & Electrical has proudly helped our clients enjoy superior comfort. The safety and reliability of your home comfort systems are our top priority, and we will always give you exceptional support and service. When you work with us, you can enjoy benefits such as affordable financing and savings and discounts. Our background-checked HVAC technicians and electricians adhere to strict safety and quality standards and will thoroughly install, test, and service your systems to ensure they deliver energy-efficient, consistent performance.
Call Acosta at 704.527.7401 to schedule whole-home dehumidifier installation in Charlotte, NC, South Charlotte, Waxhaw, Weddington, and other communities in the region.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will a dehumidifier help with my allergy symptoms?
Yes, dehumidifiers have been found to reduce allergies associated with mold, mildew, and dust mites.
How do I know if I need a dehumidifier?
You may need a dehumidifier if you notice condensation frequently building up on your walls or windows, odors associated with mildew or mold, unexplained water stains on your walls or ceilings, or small black spots (mold spores) building up on surfaces in areas such as bathrooms where humidity levels are known to be high.
Should I run the dehumidifier throughout the year?
In North Carolina and South Carolina, our humidity levels are highest during the summer. For most homeowners, the winter is dry enough that they do not need to run their dehumidifiers. If your home has exceptionally high humidity, though, you can run your dehumidifier whenever it’s needed.