Aprilaire Dehumidifiers in Bexley, OH

Residential Dehumidifier Installation Services in Bexley, OH

Although most homeowners know the importance of owning an HVAC system to provide heating and cooling, some fail to appreciate the importance of controlling the home’s humidity as well. During the summertime, owning a dehumidifier improves comfort, lowers energy costs and helps with allergies. By minimizing moisture and reducing condensation, it also helps eliminate smells and prevent mold, mildew and dust mites.

If your home is too humid or your AC is lacking, having a dehumidifier installed might be right for you. Dehumidifiers are an affordable way to help manage the level of humidity in your home within that healthy range. Dehumidifiers also help remove musty odors and prevent mold and mildew from developing and growing. If you’re looking to control the levels of humidity in your Central Ohio area home, your local HVAC experts at Bexley Heating & Cooling would be happy to set you up with a dehumidifier to use with your existing HVAC system. Schedule dehumidifier services today!

A Homeowner's Guide to Dehumidifiers

Aprilaire Whole-House Dehumidifiers will aid in making your home cozier and energy-efficient while protecting your home's assets. The Aprilaire dehumidifier includes a dedicated drain which means there is no messy water tray to empty. In addition, yearly filter cleaning or replacement makes maintenance simple. Here are a few Aprilaire models we offer:

Aprilaire 500 Humidifier in Troy, OH

Aprilaire 1830W

The Aprilaire Model 1830 Dehumidifier is a high-capacity solution that helps you achieve total comfort through humidity control. It is installed as part of your home's HVAC system. 1830 pulls air from every room in your home through the return ducts. Then, it removes the moisture and sends dry air back throughout your home. It works in conjunction with your air conditioner to efficiently balance the humidity levels in your home. Still, it can also work independently on days when you don't need the air conditioner.

Aprilaire 1850 Dehumidifier in Troy, OH

Aprilaire 1850

The Aprilaire 1850 Dehumidifier is ideal for dehumidifying your whole home removing up to 95 pints (11.9 gallons) of water per day. It can be ducted to your HVAC system for your convenience, and the control panel can be mounted on the top or side of the unit, so it is easy to access in any location. The dehumidifier has a simple-to-use interactive display, making set-up and use a breeze. The Aprilaire 1850 is low maintenance with no messy trays to empty and simple once-a-year filter cleaning or replacement.

4 Benefits of Dehumidifiers

Reduce Wear on A/C

When the air in your home is more humid, the air conditioner has to cool the air and remove all the excess moisture, which means it has to work harder. Unfortunately, this also causes the A/C to wear out sooner, which means you will need to repair it more often and possibly replace it sooner.

Protects Belongings

A less humid home means clothing will dry faster, cereals, bread, and other dry foods will remain fresh longer without going stale, and you won’t find signs of rust or corrosion on things like computer equipment, tools, and electronics.

Better for Health

Dehumidifiers reduce irritation to your skin and improve breathing conditions for your respiratory system. This enables you to breathe easier, sleep better, and feel comfortable in your home.

Reduces Bad Odors

Dehumidifiers help reduce odors in the home that can accompany mildew and mold — getting rid of that “musty” or “rotting” smell that’s pungent and can be offensive.

If you’re experiencing air quality issues in Bexley, OH, don’t hesitate to call. We’re ready to help!

(614) 924-7856

3 Warning Signs of Poor Indoor Air Quality

If you're a Bexley, OH homeowner experiencing one of the following warning signs of poor indoor air quality, we encourage you to call Bexley Heating & Cooling today at (614) 924-7856 for expert recommendations. We offer a variety of products and services to improve any air quality situation.

Air Circulation Problems

If the air doesn’t pass through your HVAC unit, it doesn’t get filtered and purified before entering the rooms of your house. In addition, problems with low airflow from your vents or air leaks in your ductwork increase the number of airborne contaminants in your home and throw off indoor humidity levels.

Musty Odor

Musty odors are telltale signs of mold growth. If the odor is more pronounced around your vent registers or while your HVAC system is running, it’s a major red flag. Mold produces a musty odor because it releases organic microbial compounds that are volatile as it grows. Exposure to these compounds can cause headaches, dizziness, nausea, and fatigue.

Frequent Allergies & Illness

The EPA says short-term symptoms of poor indoor air quality include eye, nose, and throat irritation, as well as fatigue, dizziness and headaches. Poor air quality in a home can also aggravate pre-existing conditions like asthma. Indoor pollutants can carry the risk of heart or respiratory disease and even cancer, although reactions to pollutants will vary from person to person. Take notice if respiratory symptoms are worse when you are at home than when you are away from home.

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Frequently Asked Dehumidifier Questions

How long do whole home dehumidifiers last?
Most whole-home dehumidifiers last 3 to 5 years when used and maintained properly. Dehumidifiers are simple devices that effectively reduce the moisture content of any atmosphere it is placed in.
How big should my dehumidifier be?
A dehumidifier’s capacity is rated by the amount of moisture it effectively removes in 24 hours. Therefore, a 35-pint humidifier is rated to remove 35 pints of moisture or water in a single calendar day. Using a 30-pint dehumidifier (or a dehumidifier between 24- and 39-pint capacity) for the following conditions: Damp rooms of 500-1,500 square feet.
Can one dehumidifier do a whole house?
Yes, one dehumidifier can do a whole house. However, for a dehumidifier to serve a whole house effectively, it needs to be the whole house dehumidifier type. For example, at Bexley Heating & Cooling, we have units that can serve up to 5,000 square feet or more, which is about the typical size of the majority of homes today.

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Buy Today, Pay Over Time With HVAC Financing

Purchasing a new furnace or air conditioning system is a major decision. Because HVAC equipment is built to last a long time and provide you comfort throughout your home around the clock, they can seem expensive. But, ultimately, you get what you pay for. And if you’re looking to buy a new heating system, A/C, or heat pump and you need to make payments, no worries. We offer user-friendly, straightforward HVAC financing options to finance your new HVAC system.

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