Why You Should Consider a Commercial Dehumidifier for Your Business

We know that your business is important to you, and that means the comfort of your employees and/or clientele is also important to you. Making sure that you have a working HVAC system to keep the environment properly cooled or warmed is a key part of this.

But what about humidity levels? Your HVAC system won’t do much good against an increase in relative indoor humidity. (An AC has some dehumidifying properties, but rarely enough to make a significant difference.) If muggy air has become an issue in your work space, then you should consider contacting a commercial indoor air quality specialist to provide a dehumidifier installation.

Why this is a good idea

  • General comfort: A humid day outdoors during the summer usually means an unpleasant day outdoors. This is because the extra moisture in the air makes it more difficult for the human body to release heat through perspiration. A temperature of 80°F will feel like it’s in the 90s. You can’t do much about this outside, but inside your business you can balance it with a commercial dehumidifier integrated into the HVAC system.
  • Energy savings: When humidity makes everyone in a work space feel extra hot, it requires extra effort from the air conditioner to counteract it. If you have a dehumidifier making everyone feel cooler, you won’t have to waste extra expense on constantly running the AC.
  • Prevent mold and water damage: High humidity encourages the growth of molds and mildews, which you certainly do not want inside your building. The extra moisture in the air will also lead to water damage on surfaces and it can harm precision instruments. In addition, molds can have a very destructive effect on drywall. Keep these problems away with a commercial dehumidifier.

If you would like to find out more about the installation of a commercial dehumidifier in Corpus Christi, TX or the surrounding areas, call Justice Air Conditioning & Heating today.

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