Dehumidifier Installation & Replacement in Austin, TX
Is your home affected by high indoor humidity? Excess humidity in the home can make your indoor environment uncomfortably warm. You may also experience problems with mold and musty odors throughout your home, which can affect your health, particularly those with allergies or chronic respiratory conditions.
If you are looking for an efficient solution to your indoor humidity problem, our experts are here to help. RC’s Plumbing and Electrical Company LLC provides whole-home dehumidifier installation and replacement services throughout the Austin area.
Give us a call today to schedule an in-home estimate and start enjoying the comfort of your own home without further hassle!
What to Expect During the Dehumidifier Installation Process
Before your new system is installed, our experts will take the time to assess your indoor comfort needs and goals. During this initial consultation, we will present you with your product options and go over the specifics of our recommendations. We will make sure that your new dehumidifier is properly sized to meet your home’s needs.
If you are ready to move forward with the installation, we will schedule a second visit to begin setting up your new equipment. You will have an efficient dehumidifier installed and ready to go in just a few hours!
Whole-Home Dehumidifiers vs. Portable Units
Many homeowners rely on portable dehumidifiers to help with humidity control in individual rooms. While this is great if you simply need to dehumidify your bedroom, bathroom, or a specific area of your home, it becomes less efficient if multiple rooms require humidity control at once.
This is when a whole-house dehumidifier is needed. Whole-house dehumidifiers are designed to be fully integrated with your overall HVAC system (they are connected to the return duct system to draw in moisture from your indoor air), so you can enjoy more convenient humidity control throughout your entire home.
A whole-home dehumidifier can also help you improve your home’s energy efficiency. Since it helps to remove moist, warm air throughout your home, you can set your AC’s thermostat higher without compromising your indoor comfort level.