There are numerous reasons why homeowners need to buy a dehumidifier for their homes. Potentially dangerous variables can be removed by their use that affects your family and your home. Light industrial/commercial dehumidifiers are known to be more efficient than residential dehumidifiers and should be placed in crawl spaces or basements. Homeowners should use them in conjunction with an air scrubber to ensure better quality air for them and their families to breathe in.
Humidifiers Impact the Air You Breathe
Air quality is improved with dehumidifiers, due to humidity levels in the air being reduced. When used with an air scrubber, humidity levels are reduced along with air pollutants, putting a healthier level of air in their home.
Mold is one nightmare that homeowners fear the most. Residents’ health are put at risk, along with damage to their home. Paint will show damage through chipping, and wallpaper will peel off walls. Wood in the home’s structure can begin to warp, causing less stability. The health risks can be quite serious. Some individuals suffer from mold allergies, with can include symptoms such as skin rashes, eye irritation, itchy throat, coughing, and can help to bring on asthma attacks.
A dehumidifier can help in the elimination of dust mites
Many asthma and allergy-related symptoms are caused from household dust mites, which thrive in warm, humid climates. While keeping the home’s humidity level at an optimal level, a commercial dehumidifier eliminates environments where dust mites can survive. By using an air scrubber as well, homeowners are able to combine both ways to keep these dust mites at bay.
When homeowners use a dehumidifier in their home, it can help them feel comfortable. With excess moisture, temperatures feel warmer than they really are. No need to crank up an A/C unit when excess moisture can be removed from the air by use of a dehumidifier.
Homeowners are now able to keep their home both dry and comfortable.