Dehumidifier Installation & Replacement in Gainesville, GA
Looking for an efficient way to remove excess moisture from your home? Call (770) 534-3394 to schedule a consultation with our Gainesville, GA dehumidifier installation experts.
High indoor humidity not only makes your home feel clammy, but it can also lead to problems with mold growth or moldy odors; this can significantly affect your health and cause allergies to start flaring up. If you’re tired of being uncomfortable in your own home due to high humidity levels, it’s time to consider installing a whole-house dehumidifier.
Contact your indoor air quality experts at Master Electric Heating and Air to discuss your needs and schedule professional dehumidifier installation in Gainesville, GA.
Installing a Whole-House vs. Portable Dehumidifier
Schedule Service With Our Gainesville, GA Dehumidifier Installation Experts
Our licensed Gainesville, GA HVAC contractors are experienced in dehumidifier installation and replacement, and will make sure your new system is set up as efficiently as possible.
During our initial visit to your property, we will first check your current HVAC system and equipment, taking the time to look for any problems that require attention before your dehumidifier can be installed.
Our experts will then determine the appropriate dehumidifier size and provide you with information about the unit that we will be installing (we carry high-efficiency whole-house dehumidifiers from all major brands, including Goodman and Trane).
Once we have discussed the job with you and provided you with an estimate, we will give you time to think it over. If you are prepared to move forward, we will schedule a second visit and begin the installation. You’ll have your new whole-house dehumidifier ready to go in a few hours!
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Once installed, your dehumidifier becomes a crucial element of your HVAC system. Our experts will go over tips for proper maintenance and care. The most important maintenance tasks include cleaning the coil or reservoir, and making sure the filter is replaced regularly.
Neglecting to maintain your dehumidifier can cause the condensate drain to clog or the coils to freeze. To learn more about caring for your dehumidifier, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We are happy to address your concerns and go over proper maintenance procedures with you.
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