June 1, 2020

Ways to Lower Humidity In Your Home

As the years continue to go by it seems that Maryland gets more and more humid. Humidity comes from water vapor in the air. When we notice that it’s humid in our house it’s typically because it feels really sticky.  We have foggy windows, there’s a mildew smell or we even have visible mold. Too much humidity is not good so we have some suggested ways that you can lower the humidity in your home so that it is more comfortable and doesn’t turn into a breeding ground for mold. Add a whole-house dehumidifier. These systems are designed to remove...

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November 13, 2019

Your 2019 Holiday Wish List

Can you believe that there’s only a little over 3 weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas? That means you better hurry and get all of your holiday shopping done! Have you given your loved ones your holiday wish list yet? Even if you have, we have a few items you may want to make sure are on that wish list! Inverter – If your unit doesn’t have an inverter, it’s lacking the most up-to-date technology, which is really important. Therefore, it cycles on and off not controlling the amount of energy it uses. When you have an inverter, you’ll find that...

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June 7, 2019

Three Signs Your Home Has Poor Indoor Humidity

No matter where you live, poor indoor humidity can put a damper on your health and overall comfort. In the summer, humidity can make the heat feel even worse, causing people to feel lethargic, irritable and generally unwell. While many people think of humidity as hot, heavy and sticky outdoor air, it’s important to also consider your home’s indoor humidity levels. What are Normal Humidity Levels? Humidity is the measure of the level of moisture vapor suspended in the air around you. Although you can’t see it, it’s still there. The ideal relative humidity for health and comfort is somewhere...

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