Comfort is Key

Dinner is made, the house is clean, your favorite television show is about to air, and it’s time to relax; but you can’t.  Your home – or rather, the air in your home – feels uncomfortable. 

It’s most likely because the humidity level in your home is too high or too low.  

If levels are too high, you may feel sticky, and your allergies or asthma might flare up.  High humidity levels can also cause mold to grow.  This pollutes the air inside your home, which can cause health issues and moisture problems inside the house.  

If the moisture levels are too low, you may experience nosebleeds and dry skin.     

Unfortunately, the problems don’t stop with discomfort.  Humidity levels can cause your HVAC system to be overworked.  This will cause very high energy bills and can shorten the life of the HVAC system.   

HERE’S THE GOOD NEWS: the humidity levels can be easily regulated with a new system with multiple stages of heating and cooling. 

The optimal humidity level for a home is between 40-50%.  This range will make sure that you stay comfortable in the North Carolina heat and your windows stay condensation-free in the winter. 

Installing a new HVAC system will make a big difference in cost and comfort.  Call Blackwell Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. today to find out more about how to control the humidity in your home.  

Blackwell Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. has been a trusted name in the community for over 80 years.  We are known for fast and reliable service to Fayetteville, North Carolina and the surrounding areas as a registered, licensed and authorized HVAC contractor.  We offer free estimates and 24/7 emergency repair service.  Call us today at 910-483-4696 to get a professional, trustworthy technician out to help you. 


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