When an environment has too much moisture, it becomes a breeding ground for pests and a trigger for indoor pollutants such as dust, pollen, mold spores, and bacteria. It can put you and your family’s health and comfort in jeopardy.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, health problems associated with poor indoor air quality include eye irritation, allergies, headaches, and respiratory problems such as asthma. These problems can be directly related to the presence of mold and dust mite infestation.
One of the recognized solutions to addressing the above health issues is effective moisture control which can be accomplished with Santa Fe dehumidifiers.
Our free-standing Santa Fe dehumidifiers and Santa Fe with dedicated ducting dehumidifiers regulate humidity by removing moisture from the air. This creates living spaces comfortable to your occupants but inhospitable to dust mites, mold, and other allergens.
Do you have questions about how a Santa Fe or Santa Fe dehumidifier can improve your indoor air quality? Send us a message and someone from our customer service team will be in touch!
Live Well, Breath Well
As our homes are constructed to be more energy efficient, there is a greater need to bring in outdoor air to dilute indoor air contaminants. It is not only important to filter this air, but also the air that circulates through every room of the home. This is because, exposure to high levels of moisture, odors, gases, dust and other air pollutants particles can affect both your lungs and your heart.
Eliminate Moisture in Your Home
Controlling humidity is one of the most important steps you can take in protecting your home, ensuring your comfort, and safeguarding your family’s health.
What is Stack Effect?
Stack effect is the movement of warm, dry air rising and escaping through the upper levels of the home and cooler, wet air finding its way into the lower levels in order for the home to equalize.
The Importance of Monitoring Your Home’s Humidity
Monitoring the relative humidity (RH) in your home is essential for year-round health and comfort, as well as protection for your home and belongings.
Last Updated on Jun 10 2021