Last week we discussed the best indoor humidity levels for your home during the cooling season, but what happens if you don’t do anything to control the moist summer air? As it turns out, high humidity in your house can have a number of effects on both your health and your home.
There are a couple ways to deal with high humidity in your house. For one, make sure to use your vents in any of the areas of your home that create moisture, especially your bathrooms. Also, consider installing a whole house humidifier if you don’t already have one. This is the best way to control the humidity in your home, and we’ll talk about how it works in a blog later this week!
If you have any questions about high humidity in your house, or if you’d like a whole house dehumidifier installed in your home, contact Jerry Kelly, your St. Louis area heating and cooling company.
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