If one of your goals is to stay healthy in 2019, then it’s important for you to maintain proper humidity levels in your home. For instance, too much moisture could lead to the two “M’s” all homeowners should fear — mold and mildew.
Condensation on Your Windows
You may recognize condensation on your windows when you step out of a hot shower. The same thing will happen in other rooms if your home has too much moisture in the air. A dehumidifier will remove the moisture, just be sure to rotate it from room to room.
Mold Spots on Your Ceiling
Moisture is a breeding ground for mold. So when bathrooms don’t have efficient fans or there’s an HVAC or plumbing leak you are unaware of, mold is likely to follow. A dehumidifier will help with any excess moisture in the air, but when it comes to mold issues, it’s important you get to the root of the problem, too!
If you think your HVAC system is causing your poor indoor air quality, call Rescue Air!
Musty Smell or Odor
If your home suffers from mold or mildew, you may notice another common sign. Besides mold spots, if there’s a musty smell in the air, mold or mildew is somewhere — and that’s not healthy for anyone to be breathing in. Again, we recommend buying a dehumidifier to prevent any issues in the future, but you need to call a professional to come in and help with your mold issue.
Air Quality Solutions for Dallas Fort Worth Metro Homeowners
At Rescue Air, we have the expertise to determine if there is a problem with your indoor air quality, and from there, we’ll know the right steps to take and make things right. Your problems are our problems – that’s why we stress quality of service, the speed of arrival, and affordability.
We can work on any brand of HVAC system, and we come to your home fully stocked with the equipment required to finish the job.
Please call Rescue Air Heating and Cooling at (972) 201-3253.