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Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers in Dallas, TX
Humidity plays a pretty significant role in a home’s indoor air quality here in the Dallas, TX area. This is often ignored by homeowners, however. Sure, most people may complain every now and then about an especially humid day, or a dry one. But few actually realize how much that impacts their comfort and their well-being.
At Frymire Home Services, we understand the consequences associated with long-term humidity imbalances. This is why we offer a variety of humidifier and dehumidifier services. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with our service professionals, and to learn how we can help you live to “A Higher Degree of Comfort.”
Why Would You Need a Humidifier in Dallas?
Humidity is often portrayed as a bad thing, when it comes to air quality. And yes, while it’s true that too much humidity can have a negative impact on your level of comfort and your health, so can too little humidity. Our bodies, not to mention our properties, depend on a balance of moisture in the air, and will begin to suffer if that balance is disrupted.
Chronically low humidity has many negative effects. First of all, it causes your skin and nose to dry out. That might not sound so bad, but when they dry out you become more susceptible to germs and other organisms—this is part of the reason why people get sick more often in the cool, dry winters.
Finding the Right Balance
As homeowners, we’re often inside our airtight residences—great for AC efficiency, not so great for our health. On a dry day, staying in an air conditioned space saps our bodies of moisture, necessitating that you find the best humidifier for your needs.
Exceptionally humid days create a breeding ground for mold and mildew development, as well as other property damage factors. We can help you with this, as we install and service a wide variety of whole–house humidifiers and dehumidifiers in Dallas, TX. For the average household, a humidity level between 30%–50% is ideal.
When You Need a Dehumidifier
High humidity is a problem, when it comes to your health as well as your comfort. Too much moisture in the air raises the evaporation point of liquids, such as sweat. The longer it takes to evaporate, the longer it will take for you to cool down—which is why humid days feel so much warmer than dry days.
As we mentioned above, too much humidity also creates problems for your property, leading to the growth of mold throughout your home, which can be pretty dangerous for your health. In addition to offering the best dehumidifier systems for your specific needs, our team provides dehumidifier repair and maintenance. Reach out to us today to learn more!
Comprehensive Whole–House Humidifier and Dehumidifier Services
Installing a dehumidifier and/or humidifier system(s) is not a simple job. They must be positioned at a specific point in your home’s ductwork, so that they can properly treat all of the home’s air. They must also be wired into your home’s electrical system—which is absolutely something you need a trained professional for. If you need dehumidifier or humidifier services, let our team handle them for you!