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3 Tools for Beating Summer Humidity

Many of us are anticipating the arrival of warmer weather and taking advantage of the seasonal activities of summer. After returning home from a long day at the pool or a tropical family vacation, there’s nothing more uncomfortable than walking into a hot and humid home.

Excessive humidity can make a mild day feel overwhelmingly hot! Not to worry, our cooling experts at Robinson are here to provide you with the essential tools that can help beat summer humidity.

Dehumidifiers

No shocker here; a dehumidifier should be your go-to tool to help battle humidity. Dehumidifiers pull moisture from the air, leaving you with dry air that doesn’t feel warm and muggy. Simply investing in a dehumidifier can help make your home feel cooler and much more comfortable.

They can be an excellent tool for managing humidity levels in your home and preventing the growth of humidity-loving mold. Say goodbye to suffocating humidity in your home!

AC Units

If you don’t have a dehumidifier on hand, your trusty AC unit can also be of service! Even keeping a window unit running can help pull excess moisture from the air, making your home much more comfortable.

If you’re conscious of energy consumption this summer, sticking to a low setting can help keep those summertime energy bills low.

Exhaust Fans

One of the best ways to help combat summer humidity is to run your home’s exhaust fans, often located in the bathroom and kitchen. These exhaust fans can help pull humidity out of the air after taking a steamy shower or boiling water for pasta.

We recommend running your exhaust fans for at least 30 minutes after cooking or showering to avoid excessive humidity in your home.

Cooling Specialists in Middletown

If you just can’t seem to rid your home of high levels of humidity, it’s time to call in the professionals. Robinson Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. can diagnose and resolve the issue quickly, restoring comfort to your home. Give us a call at (513) 813-5107 or fill out our online contact form, and a team member will be in touch with you shortly.