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Why Consider the Use of a Whole-House Air Purifier?

Are you serious about living in great comfort throughout the hottest time of the year? If so, then you are going to need to do more than just maintain a cool environment in your home with a great air conditioning system. You are also going to have to maintain great indoor air quality therein. Of course, this is going to prove all but impossible to do if your home is full of humid, heavy air. It may seem like a problem without a solution, but we can help? Give us a call today, and ask about the benefits of using a whole-house dehumidifier in Des Moines, IA.

Why Is Very Humid Air a Problem?

Chances are that someone has said to you, at some point, that it’s not the heat, but the humidity, making you uncomfortable. Well, the heat is certainly a part of the equation, but there actually is some truth in this claim. You see, humid air retains heat very well, which can make already hot temperatures border on the unbearable when the air in your home is too humid. The over saturation of the air in your home also makes it difficult f0r your body to cool itself down via its natural cooling process, though: sweating. You see, sweat has a tough time evaporating into air that is already very humid. Drying out the air in your home with a whole-house dehumidifier, then, can definitely help you to live more comfortably.

This is not the only way in which doing so can benefit you, though. It can also serve to protect your property, as well. Very humid conditions can promote the growth of mold in one’s home. It can also lead to other issues, such as wood rot or peeling wallpaper. If you are serious about living comfortably and protecting your  property from such threats, a whole-house dehumidifier may be right for you.

Call Schaal Heating and Cooling today to schedule service.

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