Quick & Easy Whole Home Dehumidifier Installation
The right home dehumidifier system will keep your family comfortable year-round with balanced indoor air. Plus, did you know dehumidifiers can easily be combined within your existing heating and cooling systems? That’s right — there’s no need to buy a new AC or heating unit to install a dehumidifier.
We offer energy bill-reducing maintenance and repair services for home dehumidifiers throughout the Minneapolis metro — let’s talk!
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Why should I install a home dehumidifier system?
Minnesota can get surprisingly hot in the summer months, making you feel uncomfortable inside your home if there is too much heat and moisture in the air. Too much humidity also means your air conditioner is unnecessarily working overtime. By having a whole home dehumidifier system installed, Minneapolis residents can prevent avoidable discomfort and other moisture-related issues like:
- Mold and mildew
- Airborne bacteria and pollutants
- Maintaining woodwork
- Maintaining furniture
- Asthma and allergies
How do home dehumidifier systems work?
Dehumidifiers use a fan to draw in air from the surrounding area, which passes over a cold coil. Once the air touches the coil, the water it’s harboring condenses, similar to the droplets you’d find on the side of a soda can on a hot day. The water then drops down into a collection tray below, and the air moves towards a warm coil where it is reheated to its original temperature. The dry air is then pushed through the rest of the HVAC system, and then into your home.
An air conditioner acts as a partial dehumidifier by pulling excess moisture from the air as it cools. When a dehumidification system is added, a warm environment with low humidity can feel cooler and end up increasing the longevity of your cooling unit while saving you money on your electric bill.
Set up an appointment with one of our Comfort Advisors to find out how you can bring more balance to your home.
How will installing a home dehumidifier system save me money?
Pumping humid air directly into an air conditioner takes a toll on the equipment over time. Your cooling unit has to work harder to move heavy, humid air through the cooling process, which means you’re stuck with higher electricity bills. Even worse, your HVAC unit is more likely to break down if there is no dehumidifier to supply dry air to the system. In the end, a dehumidifier can help you feel more comfortable both physically and financially.
“Keep doing what you’re doing! Our tech was kind and understanding about my situation. He gave patience and attention like I was his only customer. So impressed by the time frame. My system was installed within the week. I will certainly sing your praises and recommend Sedgwick to all. Thank you so much!” – Nancy L.