Dehumidifiers in the Charlotte Area

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Restore Home Comfort with a Whole-House Dehumidifier

Most of the time, your home’s HVAC system should be able to properly keep your home’s humidity levels under control. However, depending on how and when your house was constructed, your home’s humidity may be more of a problem. This issue may be even more pertinent if you live with someone sensitive to air allergens and irritants. Luckily for you, the experts at Acosta Heating & Cooling know all there is to know about whole-home dehumidifiers and how they can help improve the air quality of your Charlotte-area house.

Learn more about how a dehumidifier can make your home safer and more comfortable by calling Acosta Heating & Cooling at (704) 527-7401(704) 527-7401 or contacting us today!

Dehumidifiers draw out and eliminate moisture in your home’s air when humidity levels are above the optimal range of 30 to 60%. Dehumidifiers such as the Humiditrol Whole-Home Dehumidification System can remove up to 150 liters of water from your home’s air per day. A whole-home dehumidification system is worth considering if you or your loved ones suffer from allergies to substances such as mold, mildew, dust mites, and other substances that thrive in Charlotte’s often-humid environment.

Do Dehumidifiers Help With Allergies?

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 dehumidification system 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.

Does an Air Cleaner Produce Ozone?

Ozone is a known lung irritant commonly produced by many common air cleaners. The HC11 Air Cleaner we sell and install does not produce ozone.

Will a Dehumidifier Save Me On Utilities?

Yes, an air conditioner has to remove the moisture in the air while it cools. A dehumidifier will remove the moisture from the air and lessen the work of your air conditioner, causing it to run more efficiently and save you money on your utilities.

Choose Acosta Cooling & Heating for Dehumidifier Installation

Charlotte’s weather varies often and the summer can sometimes take its toll. To ensure that you have the highest-quality dehumidification system available, contact the professionals at Acosta Heating & Cooling. We’re here to make sure you and your loved ones have the healthiest and safest home possible.

Don’t wait! Call the professionals at Acosta Heating Cooling or contact us today to learn more about how a dehumidification system can improve the quality of your home.