Indoor Air Quality
Too much moisture in the air can affect your home and your health in many ways. Excess moisture can lead to mold growth which can be highly toxic to you and your family. That’s why it’s important to address humidity levels in your home before it becomes a real problem. We can help you achieve the right balance with a whole-home dehumidifier that works in tandem with your existing HVAC system.
Banish humidity from your home
Do you need a whole-home dehumidifier? It's not always easy to tell. In many parts of the country, cold and damp or warm and humid climates can cause potentially damaging excess humidity. While some homeowners choose to run their AC to control dampness, that's not your AC's primary purpose—and there are more effective options available to you.
Applied to your home's HVAC system and ductwork, a whole-home dehumidifier effectively pulls water vapor out of the air before the air is recycled back into your conditioned living space. It may be a good option for your home if you have any of the following warning signs even when your AC is running:
- Sticky or sweaty floors
- Mold or mildew anywhere in your home
- Musty odors
- Condensation on water pipes
- Clammy feeling on your skin
Our humidity control experts are ready to help
Don't let damp air compromise the health of your home and your family: contact your local ARS®/Rescue Rooter® air-quality specialist today to learn more about your options for whole-home dehumidfiers. We live in your community, too, so we know how to tackle common humidity challenges in the area. We'll provide a no-cost assessment of your indoor air quality—and guide you through all of the options and services available to you, which are always covered by our Exceptional Service Guarantee.