Removing Humidity From Your Home

Humid air is healthy for a home, but too much can become uncomfortable. Many homeowners don’t realize how much or how little is actually in their home, and it can have a negative effect on their wellbeing, as well as things inside of their home.

It’s important to stay on top of monitoring the level of humidity in your home in order to prevent illness, and the malfunction of specific items. Thanks to the power of technology and a few home remedies, there are a number of ways to reduce these levels in your home.

  • Ventilation is Key. In the kitchen, bathroom and laundry room, you’ll likely find the highest level of humidity. Due to showering, dishes and dishwashers, moisture can easily infiltrate the air you’re breathing. Make sure you’re opening windows, or properly using the vents in your home. By leading this moist air out, you’ll be able to breath much easier.
  • Run Your A/C. If you’re noticing too much moisture in the air, try turning your air conditioner on for a while. It’s likely that this method might end up costing more in the long run, but it can make you and your guests comfortable while they’re inside your home.
  • Move Plants Around. If you’ve got a ton of plants inside, it’s a good idea to move them outside for a while. All plants release moisture vapor into the air, which can lead to high moisture levels. Overwatering can also lead to this issue.
  • Invest In Tech. The common dehumidifier is a great way to reduce the humidity levels in your home. These options range from the small, portable types to larger, whole-house units to make the entire house comfortable. It’s a good idea to consider this option if the levels are becoming too high.

To keep up with your A/C maintenance, you’re going to need a company you can trust. Connectionz in Salt Lake City, UT is your go-to provider of all things HVAC and air related. For more information on how we can help give us a call to discuss your options.