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The Best Moisture Control Solution: A Whole House Dehumidifier

A professionally installed whole house dehumidifier will effectively and efficiently create an indoor environment that is comfortable and healthy all year round.

If your house has a crawl space or basement with a dirt floor, it should have a liner installed to prevent moisture from rising up from the ground below. Crawl spaces should not be vented because the difference in temperature between the incoming air and the walls and floors can cause condensation. Crawl spaces should be kept dry through the use of a dehumidifier.

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Give us a call and we will assess the humidity in your home or business. During our free initial consultation we will:

Delivery and installation can usually be completed in one day.

Breathing clean indoor air can have an important impact on health

People who are inside a great deal may be at greater risk of developing health problems, or having problems made worse by indoor air pollutants. These people include infants, young children the elderly and those with chronic illnesses.

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Where Biological Pollutants May Be Found in the Home

  1. Dirty air conditioners
  2. Dirty humidifiers and/or dehumidifiers
  3. Bathroom without vents or windows
  4. Kitchen without vents or windows
  5. Dirty refrigerator drip pans
  6. Laundry room with unvented dryer
  7. Unventilated attic
  8. Carpet on damp basement floor
  9. Bedding
  10. Closet on outside wall
  11. Dirty heating/air conditioning system
  12. Dogs or cats
  13. Water damage (around windows, the roof or the basement)

The air in your home may be even more polluted than outdoor air.

WHY? Biological Pollutants!

What are Biological Pollutants?

Biological pollutants are or were living organisms. They travel through the air and are often invisible. They promote poor indoor air quality and can damage surfaces.

Common indoor biological pollutants:

Two conditions are essential to support biological growth: nutrients and moisture.

These conditions can be found in bathrooms, damp basements, wet appliances (such as humidifiers or air conditioners), and even carpets and furniture.

Health Concerns Related to Biological Pollutants

ALLERGIC REACTIONS may be the most common health problem related to indoor air quality. These can range from mildly uncomfortable to life-threatening.
INFECTIOUS DISEASES caused by bacteria and viruses, such as flu, measles, chicken pox, and tuberculosis, may also be spread indoors. Some bacteria and viruses thrive in buildings and circulate through indoor ventilation systems.
TOXIC REACTIONS are the least studied and understood health problem caused by some biological air pollutants. Toxins can damage a variety of organs and tissues in the body, including the liver, the central nervous system, the digestive tract, and the immune system.
Biological Pollutants in Your Home

What You Can Do About Biological Pollutants

Moisture encourages biological pollutants to grow.

There are many ways to control moisture in your home:


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