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Does a Dehumidifier Cool a Room?

Updated: Feb 10, 2023

As a Florida homeowner, you’re no stranger to humidity. You understand that it’s not necessarily the heat that makes things unbearable, but the amount of moisture in the air. But is there anything we can do to combat humidity or do we simply have to learn to deal with it?

If you’re looking for a way to cool your home and nix excess moisture, a dehumidifier might be for you. This simple yet effective addition to your HVAC system gives your home an extra boost of comfort by removing humidity from your home. Sound too good to be true? Read on to learn more about dehumidifiers.


How Do Dehumidifiers Work?

Put simply, dehumidifiers work by using warm and cool coils to remove humidity. As a small fan draws in air from the rooms of your home, the air is passed over the two coils. The humid air meets the warm and the cool coils simultaneously, which causes a reaction that condenses the water from the air. From here, the water is collected in an attached bucket or removed through a connected drain pipe.

Benefits Of a Dehumidifier

Dehumidifiers tout significant benefits to Florida homeowners, including:

Increased comfort

Although a dehumidifier does not produce cool air like your air conditioning system, it does draw moisture from the air. This, in return, can make your home feel several degrees cooler and significantly more comfortable.

Removes environmental hazards

One of the greatest benefits of adding a dehumidifier to your home is that it prevents mold, mildew, and other dangerous environmental hazards.

Protects your valuables

Excess moisture can damage the valuables in your home. From wooden floors and cabinetry to linens and your clothing—nothing is safe from lingering moisture in your home. Fortunately, the addition of a dehumidifier can remove excess water even in hard-to-reach places.

Where To Install a Dehumidifier

Luckily, you don’t need a dehumidifier in every room of your home to feel a difference. In most cases, your air conditioning system’s built-in dehumidifier will do the trick. But adding another dehumidifier in areas of your home that need a little more help is a great idea. Bathrooms, the laundry room, and kitchens, for example, are more prone to moisture.

Dehumidifier Services In Orlando

No Floridian should have to suffer feeling uncomfortable in a humid home. A dehumidifier can make all the difference. If you’re ready to improve your home’s comfort, contact Energy Air today.

No project is too big or too small for Energy Air, so for all your residential air conditioning needs, call us today or schedule your next service online at your convenience.

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