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The ideal humidity level in any given Tampa home is between 30-50%. Anything lower than 30% is too dry, and, as many residents in our area are familiar with, anything above 50% is too humid. Humidity causes a number of issues, from health problems to property damage. This is why you should reach out to The A/C Guy of Tampa Bay Inc. to resolve any indoor air quality problems before they even start. With us, you’ll get:
A Job Done Right the First Time
Quality Products and Services Backed by our Risk-Free Guarantee
Outstanding Customer Service No Matter What
High humidity is a problem that can lead to mold growth, and problems for household members with allergies and asthma, while low humidity can create problems too. But those problems will be nothing to worry about with us on your side.
Contact our Tampa Bay technicians for your humidifier and dehumidifier services. We serve with integrity and honor to provide expert service that surpasses your expectations!
Do You Need a Dehumidifier?
Truth be told, as far as your comfort is concerned it’s pretty tough to get through a Tampa, FL summer without a whole house dehumidifier. While no two homes are alike, there are some general signs to watch out for that could tip you off to whether or not you’d benefit from one.
For instance, if you notice condensation on the walls of your bathroom and kitchen, despite the use of a ventilation fan, then you might have excessive humidity in the home. Moreover, if you discover that your air is difficult to breathe, or if you detect the presence of mold and mildew in your house, then reducing your humidity levels should be a priority.
When You May Need a Humidifier
As we mentioned, excess moisture is a familiar problem for residents in Tampa, FL. And true, a whole house humidifier won’t be right for every home—but dry air does occur, particularly in the winter months. Excessively dry air can lead to irritated skin and hair, nasal and other health issues, and even problems with the structure of your home—all signs you should watch for.
Dry air also has a harder time holding heat, so a humidifier will help you find a balance between efficiency and performance when it comes to heating your home—however briefly you may need to do so. If you need help selecting the best humidifier and dehumidifier for your home, you can simply contact our customer service advisors and we’ll point you in the right direction.
Professional Installation Services
Whether you decide on a dehumidifier, humidifier, or both—it’s essential that you have the installation done by a professional. Any HVAC update that involves work within your ductwork needs to involve a highly trained and experienced Technician who can ensure the job is done right the first time.
Your indoor air quality, health, and comfort are too important to trust these services to just anyone—especially not an average handyman or inexperienced "do–it–yourselfer." An improperly installed dehumidifier or humidifier can be just as ineffective as not having one of these systems at all. And our services don’t just stop at installation, either. We will expertly repair and maintain your indoor air quality systems as needed!