Home is where the heart is. And unfortunately, it’s often where the humidity is too. Ensuring a comfortable home and safeguarding your family’s health begins with a durable and reliable Santa Fe dehumidifier.
Mold growth can lead to costly remediation projects that may not be covered by homeowner insurance policies. Excess moisture in the home can cause damage to wood floors, furniture, artwork, electronics and the overall structure of the home.
We offer a full line of high-capacity and energy-efficient free-standing and whole home units designed and manufactured for any area in your home that requires unmatched humidity control.
By working side-by-side with your current HVAC system, our whole home dehumidification system, Santa Fe, will improve the moisture levels throughout your entire home. You’ll feel the difference.
The purpose of ventilating a home is to maintain a healthy and safe living environment.
*Call for dehumidification is based on the set point of the wall mounted dehumidistat controller.
Sometimes it enters because of factors outside the home, and other times it’s produced by what’s going on inside. Whatever the case may be, if it remains unchecked, problems such as pest infestation, wood rot, mold growth and poor air quality may arise. After all, 50% of the air in your home’s upper levels originates from its lower levels.
Excess moisture, introduced by way of unsealed, vented crawl spaces, contributes to wood rot, mold growth, poor air quality and increased pest activity, including infestation and colonization. Moisture in crawl spaces often migrates to the upper levels of the home through a “stack effect.” In essence, whatever air is below the house is also inside the house. As warm air rises and escapes through the upper levels of the home, new air finds its way into the home to replace what’s been lost. Intake air comes in at the lower levels — through unsealed crawl spaces.
Garage spaces that are not connected to the house’s HVAC system are very susceptible to moisture, which creates rusting and mold.
Whether it’s a family or theater room, or extra storage, spaces utilized for multiple purposes are susceptible to humidity. Whether you have a garage that doubles as your workshop or your exercise equipment sits next to your home theater, you need to protect your investment.
High humidity levels in a workshop can damage expensive tools and wood. Whether you’re fixing a broken frame or building a family heirloom-protect your project.
Keeping your collection functional, or preserved, requires proper maintenance. Not controlling humidity can negate proper cleaning and other care measures, and degrade the condition of your firearms.
When you’re working out, your body produces perspiration. When perspiration evaporates, it creates moisture that contributes to higher humidity levels that can damage expensive fitness equipment.