Whole-House Dehumidifier Installation
Dehumidifier Installation Services in Maryland & Washington, DC
Does the humidity in your home (or certain rooms) make you feel clammy and uncomfortably warm in the summer? Maryland is known for its high humidity levels that can make a warm day feel way too hot to bear. Is your home equipped with a quality dehumidifier?
A whole-house dehumidifier can provide you with a proven solution to remove the excess moisture your normal HVAC system can’t eliminate on its own. At Michael Bonsby HVAC & Plumbing, we’ve been installing dehumidifiers in Maryland and Washington, DC homes for over two decades.
Dehumidifier Coupons & Specials
Do you want to install a dehumidifier but feel limited by budget? Check out our current rebates, discounts, and seasonal promotions!
Why Do I Need to Install a Dehumidifier?
Investing in a dehumidifier can have several benefits for your home and your family. The following are obvious signs that you may need a dehumidifier:
- Your wall or ceiling has wet spots or evidence of mold
- Rooms in your home feel unpleasantly stuffy or musty
- Your windows are covered with condensation
- You have noticed excess moisture in your home
A dehumidifier can help you reduce risks of mold forming in your home, especially in areas such as bathrooms and kitchens, where higher levels of humidity are often present. If your home has a mold or moisture problem, a dehumidifier can help prevent costly repairs due to home renovations.
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Benefits of Dehumidifiers in Maryland or Washington, DC
Owning a dehumidifier can provide your home with countless benefits. For homeowners who are concerned about their indoor air quality, a dehumidifier can help to prevent or eliminate:
- Dust, pollen, and other allergens
- Insects and other pests (particularly in the basement or attic)
- Wood floor warping and rusting of steel materials
- Wallpaper peeling
- Mold and mildew growth
- And related moisture issues
How Are Air Conditioners & Dehumidifiers Different?
While your air conditioner performs a certain degree of dehumidification on its own, it does the job differently than a whole-house dehumidifier. An AC absorbs interior heat and exhausts it outdoors, while a dehumidifier exhausts the warm air back into your home for a net temperature effect of zero.
Dehumidifiers also drain moisture into a reservoir, while air conditioners use a condensate line. The way your air conditioner handles heat and runoff can sometimes leave your home feeling cool but not necessarily moisture-free or result in spotty conditions with some rooms more humid than others.
If this sounds familiar, a whole-house dehumidifier is a perfect supplement to your home’s cooling system, offering an added level of comfort and efficiency.
Our Dehumidifier & HVAC Service Area
Are you looking to install a dehumidifier in Maryland or Washington, DC? Our HVAC company in Gaithersburg is happy to service your home in or near Columbia, Ellicott City, Germantown, Howard County, Montgomery Village, Rockville, and Silver Spring, MD. We also service the local areas of Brightwood, Cleveland Park, Friendship Heights, and Washington, DC.
For all your HVAC needs, look to Michael Bonsby HVAC & Plumbing for comprehensive heating and cooling services—contact us today to learn more about:
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