Humidifiers, Dehumidifiers, and Ventilation Systems
Keeping your home at its optimal temperature isn’t Wilmington Air’s only priority. We understand extreme temperatures can leave you feeling uncomfortable and sometimes unsafe. While we offer many solutions to keep you cool, we also provide options to protect the health of your home and the people who live there.
While many HVAC units are fully equip to handle the usual demands of comfortability within your home, the level of humidity cannot always be managed by your HVAC system alone. If you’ve noticed your solution to improving the overall air quality in your home is a quick change of the thermostat, you might want to consider checking to see if you have a moisture control problem.
We all know what it’s like to experience North Carolina humidity on those hot summer days. Unfortunately, high levels of humidity can cause more troubles for your home if unmanaged for extended periods of time. Moisture control systems come in all shapes and sizes, but without professional installation and guidance, improper use of dehumidifiers can do more harm than good to your home and family.
Whole home and crawl space dehumidifiers are specifically designed to remove excess moisture in your home, which could cause mold, strain on your HVAC, warped floors, and so much more. Dehumidifiers will not only protect the health of your home, but can improve indoor climate conditions where allergies, asthma, and upper respiratory infections thrive and cause issues for the people you love.
It’s hard to imagine anyone in North Carolina having trouble with a lack of humidity, but forced air systems are one of the leading culprits making your skin and walls feel like the Sahara Desert. Humidifiers are there to restore the humidity to a comfortable state, adding much needed moisture back into the indoors.
Left untreated, dry climates can cause skin, nose, and throat issues, along with other physical discomforts. Unfortunately, your home does not always show signs of trouble, until you see fine lines in paint, dry rot, cracking floors, and even static electricity.
Whether your home is too humid or too dry, Wilmington Air will help you weigh out all of your options after a comprehensive analysis during your home visit. Let our team of experts show you what it means to put your needs first! Call Wilmington Air at (910) 791-1988 to schedule your at home assessment today!
Try to think of your home ventilation system as if the system is breathing in fresh filtered outdoor air and exhaling trapped indoor air. Without a ventilation system, your home would almost have to hold its breath until someone opened a door or window. All homes and businesses need ventilation systems to maintain air quality and healthy living conditions. Air must be circulated and filtered, sometimes adding features like dehumidifiers or UV Lights are incorporated for moisture control or sterilization of germs, but a ventilation system is a must have with all your HVAC needs.
As we do with all of our services, Wilmington Air offers a wide variety of ventilation systems to fit every size home or business. Call us today to schedule an appointment at (910) 791-1988 .