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How Does a Whole-House Dehumidifier Work?

Monday, August 8th, 2016

We strongly recommend installing a whole-house dehumidifier to help your air conditioning system during the summer. Lowering the relative humidity in your home below 50% (but not lower than 30%) makes a significant difference on your comfort in warm weather. When the humidity is properly balanced, the air will feel 8° to 10° cooler. This not only means superior comfort, it means a reduction in how much your air conditioner will need to run during the season. (more…)

Should I Install a Dehumidifier for My Home?

Monday, April 18th, 2016

Many parts of Texas experience dry summer seasons, which helps people stay cooler but also brings with it a number of problems. Our situation in Corpus Christi is different, since we’re a coastal city. We experience an average humidity during the year of 76%, which is far above the normal comfortable humidity range of 30%–50%.

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Is a Commercial Air Conditioner Enough to Control Humidity in My Business?

Monday, August 17th, 2015

Hot temperatures are a major concern of any business in Texas. You simply cannot run a commercial building unless you have a powerful air conditioning system to maintain the comfort of the people in it (customers, clients, employees, etc.). However, humidity is often a problem in Corpus Christi, TX and high humidity makes the heat problem even tougher to endure. The higher level of moisture in the air restricts the ability of the human body to release heat through perspiration, causing the temperature to feel hotter than it actually is.

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Why You Should Consider a Commercial Dehumidifier for Your Business

Monday, July 6th, 2015

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.

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Signs That You Need a Dehumidifier

Monday, April 14th, 2014

If you have very high levels of indoor pollutants in your home you may notice that there is a lot of dust coating surfaces, or you may even be able to see pollutants floating through the air. Of course, not every problem that you may experience with your indoor air quality is quite as easy to spot. One issue that many homeowners face, often without even realizing it, is a high level of humidity. To make sure that you restore the proper balance of humidity to your home, we have a great selection of whole house dehumidifiers for you to choose from. There is no more effective means by which you can reduce the amount of humidity in your home. Contact us today if you think that you could benefit from the installation of dehumidifier in Corpus Christi, TX. Here are a few warning signs to keep your eyes out for.

One major indicator that there is too much humidity in the air in your home is a muggy, stuffy quality to the air. Some humidity is necessary, as very dry air will not hold heat well and can lead to a number of problems. However, very humid air can hold too much heat, making the air feel heavy and the heat oppressive. You’ve probably heard people saying “it’s not the heat, it’s the humidity” at some point. This is what they mean when they do so.

You may also find that there is a lot of condensation on your windows or the exposed pipes in your home. Floors may also feel sticky with moisture. These problems may not seem like that serious a problem. Even if you’re fine with running a rag over your windows and pipes, though, keep in mind that prolonged exposure to very humid air can also lead to wood rot and the promotion of mildew or even mold development. These problems likely sound much more serious.

If there are any alarm bells going off regarding the possibility of humidity levels in your home, contact a member of the Justice Air Conditioning & Heating team today. We’ll help you find the best dehumidifier in Corpus Christi, TX for your needs, and we’ll make sure that it is properly serviced and installed. Only a professional can do this job, so call us today to learn more.