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When the temperatures heat up during late spring and summer, the evaporating water off Lake Erie can create extremely humid conditions in the city of Cleveland. This hot, muggy air makes it difficult to keep your home comfortable, and could even cause damage in the form of mold and mildew growth, drywall rot, and much more. While your air conditioner can handle a good amount of this humidity, those with indoor air issues, or who can’t seem to get their home to cool off may need to get their system a little bit of extra help. Our Cleveland HVAC experts can accomplish this by outfitting your home with a high-quality dehumidifier system that works with your existing air conditioner.
Dehumidifier systems give you complete control over your indoor humidity levels, keeping you cool and comfortable when your air conditioner simply isn’t enough. At Arco Comfort Air, LLC, we’ve helped numerous customers take command of their indoor air quality and finally get the comfort they’ve been seeking. We understand the frustrating effects of elevated indoor humidity, and we make it a point to deliver exceptional-quality products and professional installation services at competitive and fair prices. Your satisfaction is our number-one priority, and we hold ourselves to the highest standards in order to exceed your expectations achieve a quality outcome.
Let us help you with your indoor humidity problems by installing a high-quality dehumidifier! Call Arco Comfort Air, LLC at (216) 587-2800 today for more information.
Do I Need a Dehumidifier?
Many people don’t realize just how much their home could benefit from a dehumidifier, particularly if they’re struggling with indoor humidity problems. High indoor humidity levels do so much more than just make you uncomfortable and sticky with little relief from the weather outside—they can also damage your home. That’s why resolving this problem quickly and effectively is so important.
You may need a dehumidifier system if:
- Your home feels almost as warm and sticky as it does outside, even when your air conditioner is running
- Your air conditioner freezes up regularly
- You are constantly fighting with mold growth in your home
- There’s condensation on your windows or walls
- Your basement space is damp
- Your home has poor ventilation
While standalone dehumidifiers are available, we also offer systems which are seamlessly integrated into your existing HVAC equipment. These systems are designed to remove the humidity from the air before it’s recirculated back into your home, thus giving you cooler, drier, and more comfortable air all summer long. Installation is generally simple and can be completed in just a few hours’ time. Plus, these units don’t draw an abundance of extra energy, so you won’t have to worry about a huge impact on your monthly utility bills, either.
Schedule your dehumidifier installation or a consultation with one of our indoor air quality experts today. Contact Arco Comfort Air, LLC by sending us a message now.