Improving indoor air quality is a top priority at Hoffmann Brothers. The hot and humid St. Louis summers separate us from the dry desert heat of the southwest. The extra water in the St. Louis air impacts the “feels like” temperature both outside and inside your home. A whole house dehumidifier has several benefits including cost savings, improved comfort, and protection of valuable home assets.

Benefits of a Whole House Dehumidifier in St Louis

  • Save Money
    The lower you set the air conditioning set point, the more energy the cooling system inside your home will consume. Moist air also holds onto heat better than dry air. A dehumidifier may stop the temptation to reduce the temperature set point on your thermostat to cool down. As dehumidified air circulates, less heat needs to be removed with each passage. Look forward to lower monthly utility bills and less wear on your cooling system over time.
  • Improve your Comfort Level
    Drier air feels cooler to the body than moist air at the same temperature. Is your body playing tricks on you? In fact, science backs up the humidity temperature connection and how it feels to you. With less water in the air, it’s easier for your skin to breathe, sweat, and evaporate water from its surface producing a cooling sensation. Think of sweat as your built-in air conditioner. A dehumidifier allows normal and natural sweating to occur for the occupants in your home.
  • Protect your Investments
    Besides a higher temperature set point for your air conditioner increasing its longevity, you want the valuable furnishings, décor, and structural components of your home to last. A home that’s too humid smells musty and risks mold growth on its surfaces. The right humidity levels protect your most valuable asset. It pays to ensure proper dehumidification in the summer months.

FAQ’s About Dehumidifiers

How Does A Dehumidifier Work?

A dehumidifier is part of an Indoor Air Quality system and takes moisture out of your home’s air by drawing damp air into its unit, then cooling it via a condenser to remove moisture. The unit’s fan then redistributes the dehumidified air back into your home.

How Do I Know That My Home Needs A Dehumidifier?

Some signs that may suggest that your home needs a dehumidifier include:

  • Stains or moisture on walls or ceilings
  • Mold and musty odors
  • Condensation evident on windows or walls
  • High humidity and excess moisture throughout the home

Can A Dehumidifier Kill Mold?

A dehumidifier can’t kill mold and mildew that is already formed. However, dehumidifiers help prevent mold growth for the future by reducing humidity and moisture in the home which promote its growth.

Where Should I Place A Dehumidifier In My Home?

Dehumidifiers remove excess moisture from the air to help prevent condensation, mold growth and reduce dampness. Rooms like bathrooms, basements, bedrooms, laundry rooms and crawl spaces that typically have moisture problems usually benefit most from a dehumidifier. Contact Hoffmann Brothers to learn more about dehumidifier options for your home.

Hoffmann Brothers Will Install a Dehumidifier In Your Home

At Hoffmann Brothers, our licensed team of professionals most commonly install Aprilaire whole house dehumidifiers. The team at Hoffmann Brothers is standing by to take your call and answer your questions. Call 314-664-3011 for dehumidifier options that reduce the amount of work your air conditioner will need to perform this summer, before you even turn it on.

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