Too much humidity can result in health problems, damaged flooring and fixtures, allergies, skin irritations, mold growth, pests, and more. If you live in a humid area, you may want to consider installing a whole-home dehumidifier that works together with your air conditioner.
Paul The Plumber provides expert dehumidifier repair, installation, and replacement services for Derry, NH area residents.
Working with us means you'll enjoy:
- Fast, same-day service*
- Quality workmanship
- Trustworthy technicians
- Honest recommendations
- Upfront pricing
Don't miss out on easy savings - just mention our coupons and web offers when you call.
Do You Need a Dehumidifier?
Derry, NH can get very humid in the summer and can pose a series of problems for households, especially in those with people that suffer from respiratory problems and allergies. Aside from health problems, excess humidity can take a toll on your furniture, flooring, walls, and can create pest problems.
For many households, portable dehumidifiers will suffice. They provide sufficient power and can be moved from room to room.
However, some homes suffer from house-wide humidity problems and require an AC dehumidifier. This is a whole-home unit that works with your HVAC system. So when your air conditioner is running, your dehumidifier is working as well to remove excess humidity throughout your home.
What Are the Benefits of Installing a Dehumidifier?
Installing a whole-house dehumidifier and reducing the humidity in your house can have a positive impact on various areas of your life. High indoor humidity is known to have a negative impact on not only your home but your health as well.
Humidity is linked to mildew and mold growth, which is also commonly associated with aggravated allergies. Even if you don’t have allergies, mold and mildew can still affect your respiratory system. Sure, you could just scrub your home from floor to ceiling once a week to keep it free of visible mold. But what about mold growing in places you can’t always see, like your air ducts? That’s where a dehumidifier can help. By reducing the humidity in your home, a dehumidifier can prevent mold and mildew growth in your ductwork.
Another advantage of a whole-house dehumidifier installation is that it can reduce the dust mite population in your home. Dust mites live in your furniture, mattresses, and carpets. They love a humid environment; less humidity in the air means that fewer dust mites will want to stick around.
If you’re ready to improve your indoor air quality and breathe a little easier, call Paul the Plumber and ask about installing a dehumidifier in your home today!
It's always good to get a second opinion - see our recent reviews to find out if we're the right team for you.
What to Expect When You Work with Us!
You’ll always be met by a live friendly person when you call us for service. We’ll listen closely to your needs and schedule an appointment at a time convenient for you.
Your technician will arrive at your door on time and help determine the right dehumidifier to meet your needs. We’ll make sure the unit is installed properly so that it works seamlessly with your air conditioner.
As your Residential Service Specialists, we make sure that you receive the best quality indoor comfort solutions at a price you can agree on.