Using your cooling equipment to take care of humidity

Anyone that has spent any time in the South completely knows – Humidity is the enemy.

I have recently taken up walking in an attempt to lose a decent amount of weight.

It’s January plus I expected to be bundling up. Instead, this month it is a balmy 75 degrees – nice t-shirt weather for a 1 mile walk. Until you walk out the door plus the humidity is 100%. I know – I looked it up on WeatherUnderground. I was seriously tempted to cut my walk short just to get back inside to my friendly cooling equipment. Seriously now, if humidity is the enemy, then your cooling equipment is your friend! Just thinking about that enjoyable cooling equipment waiting for myself and others absolutely made it tempting to cut my walk completely short. The temperature control unit can be set on 75 degrees, but as long as the cooling equipment kicks on every once in a while, it will help control the indoor humidity levels. Most people do not honestly think about their cooling equipment being a dehumidifier. Some water restoration service providers will easily recommend that their shoppers use their cooling equipment as a dehumidifier if they have had water damage to their property. While the people I was with and I know dehumidification is not the primary function of cooling equipment, it will absolutely help control the moisture in your property. I have also noticed that cooking plus pet odors are more prevalent when the humidity level is higher in the property plus the cooling equipment seems to help control these odors as it lowers the humidity. Our cooling equipment works for us in more ways than the people I was with and I truly think about plus it is absolutely our friend.

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