While summertime is often portrayed as the outdoor-living season, we know that the sweltering heat and humidity tends to drive us indoors, seeking shelter in the cool comfort of sweet air conditioning. But when
Summer heat combined with humidity can create uncomfortable, muggy weather here in Ohio; and because the Lake Erie water absorbs and retains heat all season, it can elevate lake effect and make us all miserable.
As the temperatures rise in the greater Cleveland area, so does the humidity because warm air naturally holds more moisture than cool air. One of the auxiliary functions of your
With a little planning and the right equipment, there’s a lot you can do to protect your indoor air quality from pollen, mold spores, chemical fumes, the Greater Cleveland area’s urban smog, and other common
The muggy heat of an Avon summer could convince just about anyone to install a dehumidifier in their home, but it may surprise you to learn that humidity itself is not the enemy. In fact, not enough
Humidity levels in your home rise and fall throughout the year as the seasons change and the temperatures warm and cool. High humidity causes problems like mold, mildew and allergy flare-ups. Low humidity also comes
Hot sticky summers and cold, snowy winters in Northeast Ohio can make the task of balancing humidity in your home a challenge. However, since both too much moisture in your indoor air and too little
Temperature is not the only thing that affects how comfortable you feel while in your home. Humidity levels also impact your comfort. Controlling humidity in your home is an issue that your air conditioner should
There are two things homeowners should know about mold: It’s already in your home, and there are things you can do to stop it from becoming a problem.