How to Combat Humidity in Your Home

- 9:57 am - April 7th, 2020

Excessive moisture in the home can lead to many things: Excessive window condensation, wet spots or stains on walls and ceilings, musty spells, and mold in bathrooms and other high-moisture areas. High humidity levels are also the cause of mold and mildew growth, which can lead to asthma and allergy flare-ups.

This is especially a problem during the summer!

Luckily, your friends at Sound Energy can help you fight back against excessive moisture in your home with…

Air Conditioning Tune-Ups & Upgrades

Keeping your AC equipment running optimally with regular tune-ups helps the equipment manage humidity levels. If your cooling equipment is more than 10 years old, however, you might benefit more from a complete upgrade - as it will improve not only the humidity in your home, but also lower your cooling costs with better efficiency. If you need a tune-up or an upgrade for your AC equipment, let us know!


Specialty equipment is available to remove excess moisture from the air inside your home. These systems can be added on to your heating or cooling equipment or can be installed separately, so that you’re not limited to managing humidity levels only while running your HVAC system.

Ventilation Fans

Ventilation fans and other methods of drawing moisture out of the home are ideal, especially in areas of the home where moisture is abundant, such as the bathroom or the kitchen. While this won’t help manage the moisture in your entire home, it’ll significantly lessen the chances of mold, mildew and bacteria growing in these areas.

No matter what is getting in the way of your comfort during the warmer months, don’t forget that Sound Energy is here for you! Contact us online or call today to learn about our indoor air quality solutions and cooling equipment.