Here in Dallas, it gets humid. And when humidity levels rise inside your home, it feels muggy and uncomfortable. We want to do everything we can to remove that humidity from the space.
Your air conditioning system is a dehumidifier for your home. If it’s not maintained properly, it’s not going to remove the amount of humidity that it should. That’s why you end up having to lower the temperature on the thermostat later in the summer.
If you have an older system, I recommend having one of our comfort experts out to analyze your home. We need to make sure your system is sized properly. An oversized system will cool your home, but it won’t remove the humidity efficiently.
If you have a newer system, have us out for some maintenance. We can check the refrigerant charge using electronic measurements. It’s not something you can just guess at; it’s an exact science. And all of our experts can do that for you.
If you’re feeling some extra humidity this summer, make sure you call the On Time Experts at 469-336-3435.