Humidifier vs Dehumidifier

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1584648833794{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”]Finding the right conditions to live comfortably in your home is important. Maintaining the right level of humidity in your home can be a challenge. Throughout the year, depending on how humid the air is, you may need the help of a humidifier or dehumidifier. The differences between a humidifier and a dehumidifier, and when to use …

What To Do About All this Rain? Get a Whole House Dehumidifier

MISHAWAKA/FORT WAYNE/PLYMOUTH IN; ST. JOSEPH/NILES, MI — Indiana and Michigan are at record rain levels this year leaving the air, ground — and possibly your basement — feeling clammy and damp. Many homeowners purchase a small dehumidifier from a big box store and are disappointed they don’t make the moist feeling go away. A store-bought dehumidifier may claim to remove …

Common Air Flow Questions From Customers

On average, our technicians are in 150 Northern Indiana and Southwest Michigan homes every day. We’ve noticed, some of the same homeowner questions keep coming up. Here’s our expert answers from Operations Manager James Olesen: 1. Should I open or close my basement registers? Open them in the winter so you can heat the basement, but, since basements are typically …

4 Tips to Make Breathing Easy This Spring

MISHAWAKA/FORT WAYNE/PLYMOUTH, IN; ST. JOSEPH/NILES, MI — If you are a homeowner in our area and notice you are dusting more and more to keep your home clean, there may be a reason. Your home may be circulating bacteria, fungi, smoke, lint, animal dander, dust and dust mites, pollen, cooking grease and other contaminants through your heating and cooling system. …

Basement Hit By the 2018 Flood? Here’s What To Do:

MISHAWAKA/FORT WAYNE — Hundreds of homes in the Michiana area have been affected by massive spring flooding and, as waters recede, homeowners may be asking how to handle their heating and plumbing equipment, usually found in basements. “As little as three inches of water can completely devastate a furnace because that blower motor may have kicked water up onto your …

Worried About Summer Allergy Season? Here’s How To Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Some studies suggest that there are up to 72 trillion allergen particles floating in the indoor air of the average home. Many people are focused on outdoor pollen and allergen levels, but overlook the air in their homes during the spring, summer and autumn allergy seasons. Needless to say, if you’re an allergy sufferer, you’ll be suffering if you don’t …

Using A Dehumidifier This Summer For Increased Comfort

Summers in the Midwest can be brutal, and your air conditioner can only do so much to help you beat the heat. A dehumidifier used in conjunction with your A/C can make your home more comfortable. Dehumidifier Benefits Dehumidifiers help control the level of moisture in the air. Most people feel comfortable when the relative humidity in their home is …