Why You Should Upgrade to the Humiditrol Whole-Home Dehumidification System

Posted: 2022-08-09

Humidity is an essential aspect, not only of your family’s comfort, but also your health and safety. But your home’s humidity should be at the right levels, otherwise, you will have to deal with different kinds of problems.

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Too much humidity creates condensation that can lead to the development of mold. When outdoor humidity reaches 100 percent, the air fails to hold any more moisture, which causes precipitation.

Studies show that humidity levels of 70 percent or higher close to a surface can cause serious damage to a home. At this level, mold and mildew can be a problem and excessive moisture can cause rot and damage your things.

You should not take this lightly because mold can cause alarming health problems, such as asthma in children and allergies in all ages. If the growth of mold is not controlled, it will eventually ruin everything it lives on as it digests materials gradually. Some of the items that can be potentially damaged by too much humidity include carpets, books, and soft furnishings. If the problem is not treated immediately, you may also deal with weakened ceilings or walls as well as the degradation of the entire structure.

Your home’s paintwork and wallpaper can also be a hot spot for condensation, particularly if the home continues to suffer from excessive moisture. The problem will get more serious in your home’s exterior walls, specifically because of warm, humid air meeting a cooler surface.

Your walls and ceilings aren’t the only parts of your house that are at risk of damage if too much humidity remains a problem. The wooden parts can also be damaged, creating stains and serious decay. What makes this more alarming is that if the problem is not treated as soon as possible and goes on for a long time, the damage to your hardwood floors, window frames, furniture, and musical instruments becomes irreversible.

To avoid these serious problems, consider upgrading to a whole-home dehumidifier.

Features of the Humiditrol Whole-Home Dehumidification System

Too much moisture in your home's air can make it feel heavy and sticky, and can even promote the growth of mold and mildew. A Humiditrol® whole-home dehumidifier works to reduce humidity levels and create a healthier, more comfortable home.

It is designed to seamlessly integrate with all Lennox® R410A cooling products and the ComfortSense® 7000 Series touchscreen thermostat to provide optimal comfort, indoor air quality, and energy efficiency.

Its Patented Humiditrol® technology helps reduce humid conditions in the home, reducing the opportunity for mold and mildew problems.

Engineered to link with your HVAC system efficiently, the Humiditrol® Whole-Home Dehumidification System offers total home comfort and air quality you can feel

It maintains optimal humidity, minimizing the impact of potential airborne pollutants.

This product also manages the moisture in your home's air for greater comfort and improved indoor air quality.

The Humiditrol Whole-Home Dehumidification System comes with a 5-Year Limited Warranty on covered components.

Dehumidified air feels more relaxed, so you can set your thermostat at a higher temperature and still feel comfortable. In fact, for every two degrees you raise the temperature during the summer, you can save between 5% and 7% on your cooling bill.

The Humiditrol whole-home dehumidification system uses patented technology to remove excess humidity from your home. Because it's designed specifically for use with Lennox® cooling equipment, there are no tanks to empty and no cords to trip over—just perfectly balanced air flowing to every room. It removes up to 150 liters of moisture per day.

It is also environmentally friendly since it has no ozone emissions.

It effectively removes excess moisture from the entire home, a single area, such as a basement, or a combination of both.

It protects home furnishings and wood from moisture damage.

It installs easily in an existing duct system.

Questions? Ask Four Seasons Air Specialists

To find out more about dehumidifiers or home comfort, in general, be sure to give us a call. It would be our pleasure to provide you with the right answers and relevant information. We are your leading Hugo heating and air conditioning company