Dehumidifier Services

Keep Your Home Comfortable With Reliable Dehumidifier Installation And Repairs

For the homeowner, humid air can be a source of discomfort, health issues from mold, and repair bills from moisture damage. Sky HVAC is the local professional that can help you choose the proper dehumidifier for your home and then install it to keep annoying, problematic moisture out of your house. We strive to provide top-of-the-line service by hiring only the best technicians and customer service representatives. Aside from this, our goal is to provide honest and affordable services by using flat-rate pricing.

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The Benefits Of A Dehumidifier

While your air conditioning unit does take out some humidity from the air, it does not remove all of it. A dehumidifier can help keep water from forming stains on your walls and ceilings as well as help to keep your family healthy. Here are a few other benefits of installing a dehumidifier in your home:

  • Your home becomes less hospitable to mold, allergens, dust mites, and mildew. This is part of the reason it can keep you healthier, but also makes cleaning easier

  • Mold and mildew create musty odors. Dehumidifiers can help get rid of the smell and keep these problems at bay

  • Moisture in the air is often responsible for mold and mildew growing in clothes, linens, and towels. Removing the moisture in the air mitigates this risk

  • Less moisture means that food will last longer and electronics in the house are no longer at risk of rust and corrosion

  • Running a dehumidifier can reduce energy costs. This is because your AC unit will not have to work as hard to keep your home cool and combat the humidity

Should You Consider A Dehumidifier?

These benefits of owning a dehumidifier seem great, but you don’t need one–do you? It is easy to become acclimated to a certain level of humidity in your home. Although you might not notice it, other people will. If you read the above list and recognize or relate to any of those problems, you should consider the installation of a dehumidifier. There are a couple of other signs that you should consider this appliance:

  • Condensation on the windows of your home
  • High humidity rooms that don’t have ventilation (bathrooms with no windows)
  • A damp basement with no evidence of water intrusion
  • Visible mold- if you keep your home relatively clean, mold shouldn’t sporadically grow
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Call Your Sky Guy If You're Unsure

The last thing you want is to spend money on an unnecessary appliance for your home. If you’ve read the benefits and the signs you need a dehumidifier and are still thinking, ‘yes, but…’ call Sky HVAC. We can provide you with a consultation, answer any of your questions, and from there let you decide what is best for your home.

The Sky Club Maintenance Program

Our Sky HVAC air conditioner tune-up and maintenance services includes a 21-point inspection. We make sure your system is running at peak performance by checking amp draws, refrigerant levels, etc., which will save you on energy cost. We inspect critical components (motors, capacitors, condenser coils, compressor, etc.) thus ensuring system reliability.

We will also conduct a full inspection of your AC duct system to make sure there are no air leaks that can be responsible for reduced airflow. An AC tune-up will ensure that your air conditioning system will be running as efficiently as possible and give your peace of mind knowing that your system won’t break down when you need it most!

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