Whole-Home Dehumidifier Installation & Replacement in Louisville Metro, Cincinnati Metro & Southern Indiana Areas
Spring and summer humidity can make your home feel hotter than it actually is. Whole-house dehumidifiers work alongside your air conditioner to remove excess humidity. They ensure optimal indoor air quality, a healthier home, and peak comfort.
Trust Tom Drexler Plumbing, Air & Electric to install your whole-home dehumidifiers. Our local team of honest, friendly technicians provides all the HVAC solutions you need.
How Does a Dehumidifier Work?
Whole-home dehumidifiers quietly work in tandem with your HVAC system to efficiently control indoor humidity levels and eliminate moisture that can cause mold and mildew.
When your home has high humidity, the dehumidifier will work like an air conditioner that's installed in the return duct.
The dehumidifier will pull in humid air and redirect refrigerant through an evaporator coil. The water vapor is condensed to a liquid and funneled to the drain line. The result is fresh, cooler air that circulates through your home.
Whole-Home Humidifiers vs. Dehumidifiers
Whole-home humidifiers and dehumidifiers both regulate indoor humidity levels to ensure 30% to 50% humidity, but they serve different purposes.
Humidifiers increase humidity in particularly dry climates or seasons, like the fall and winter. They help you fight illness, reduce snoring, and prevent dry skin.
Dehumidifiers decrease humidity levels and remove excess moisture in humid climates or seasons. Cincinnati Metro, Louisville Metro, and Southern Indiana homeowners are no strangers to humid Midwest summers. A dehumidifier can offer the relief you need.
Request whole-home humidifier or dehumidifier installation by calling Tom Drexler at (502) 456-5982 today.
Benefits of Installing a Whole-Home Dehumidifier
You'll find there are many perks to installing a whole-home dehumidification system:
- Better health: Get sick less and avoid allergy and asthma flareups
- Home preservation: Protect basements and crawl spaces that are susceptible to damage due to high humidity levels
- Reduced risk of mold and mildew: Eliminate excess moisture to prevent mold and mildew from growing in your home
- Upgraded comfort: Make your home feel cooler without lowering the thermostat
- Enhanced energy efficiency: Comfortable maintain a lower temperature setting, and you'll have lower utility bills
Why Choose Tom Drexler?
For over 40 years, Tom Drexler Plumbing, Air & Electric has proudly served Cincinnati Metro, Louisville Metro, and Southern Indiana areas.
Our highly trained, background-checked technicians use advanced tools and techniques to bring you the comfort solutions you deserve.
We always roll out the red carpet for our customers with exclusive deals and 100% satisfaction guaranteed on every service.
Frequently Asked Questions
Not all homes need dehumidifiers. However, a dehumidifier may be the solution you need if you notice condensation on your windows, poor ventilation, or mold.
Yes, they serve different purposes, so you can use both solutions to improve your indoor air quality.
Dehumidifiers will control your humidity levels while air purifiers eliminate harmful airborne bacteria, viruses, and respiratory irritants like pet dander and dust.
No. A dehumidifier should ensure 30% to 50% relative humidity. If it’s constantly running, you run the risk of poor energy efficiency, premature dehumidifier replacement, and dry air.
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