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Dehumidifiers in Manhattan, KS by M & S Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc.

You’ve probably heard people complain about the humidity in the air many times before. When the air is too humid, you might feel uncomfortable, hot, and sticky. You can turn the air conditioner on, but the number on the thermostat might not seem to match your body’s temperature. Humidity makes you feel warmer, and it can have a lot of effects on your home and your health as well. And in your home, it can be difficult to control the humidity unless you have a whole–home solution in place.

A new dehumidifier from the indoor air specialists at M & S Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. may be just what you need to feel relief from the problems in your home caused by high levels of moisture. Trust our team to install a dehumidifier that will deliver results throughout your entire house or service your existing dehumidifier.

M & S Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. offers whole home dehumidifiers in Manhattan, KS and the surrounding areas.

Signs that You Need a Dehumidifier

If you notice any of the following issues, you might want to consider the benefits of a whole–house dehumidifier. Dehumidifiers remove water vapor from the air, and this helps you to stay cooler, protects your home from water damage, and can help your family members to stay healthy.

  • Discomfort – If the temperature on the thermostat reads three degrees lower than how warm you actually feel, it could be due to the humidity. When there is moisture in the air, it is harder for sweat to evaporate from your body, and this is your natural way of keeping cool. While the air conditioner can help control humidity levels, a whole–home dehumidifier uses less energy, and won’t overwork your HVAC system.
  • A musty smell – A musty smell in the home can indicate mold developing. Mold grows in moist areas, and getting this situation under control today can help to prevent illness.
  • Mold growth or water stains – If humidity is a major concern for your home, do a quick spot check of your home. Look for any signs of water damage, including any dark spots on the wall, condensation on the windows and around doors, or any instances of mold growth on walls and ceilings. These deserve your immediate attention, and the help of an indoor air quality specialist.

Whole–House Dehumidifiers vs. Portable Units

If you want to prevent mold from developing, stop water damage in its tracks, and make everyone in the home more comfortable, a whole–house dehumidifier is likely your best option. Portable units require a lot of maintenance, and they can only deliver results to a single room. Mold, mildew, and water damage are a concern throughout your home, and each room deserves protection from the effects of humidity.

We Install and Service Dehumidifiers

When you notice that humidity is affecting your home and family members, give us a call. We can assess your needs and your HVAC system to find the best dehumidifier for your needs. Beat the heat and keep your energy bills low with dehumidifier installation and services from M & S Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc..

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