Maintain Air Humidity In House

Quality air is not just clean and at a comfortable temperature. The humidity level of the air is also important for our comfort and health. In several areas, humidity levels are generally relatively high. Unlike outdoors, the humidity level in the room is easier to change. Ideally, air humidity should be kept in the range of 45% – 64% (RH or Relative Humidity). You need to make sure that your heater and the air conditioner works optimally. When you suspect the system is not working as it should, you need to use the air conditioner and heating repair service to fix the problem. This is because both machines are important to maintain the quality of air inside a building.

You could check whether the system works or not. Take measurements and regular HVAC airflow tests. This activity helps us to reduce the risk due to damage to the ventilation and air conditioning systems of our buildings. Clean or replace the air filter of the air conditioning device regularly. Also, always clean the fan blades for proper functioning. Check and adjust the machines of our ventilation and air conditioning devices. This helps keep the device functioning optimally and reduces the risk of damage. Also, clean the coil that is on the machine. Also, check the channels of our ventilation and air conditioning systems. Take immediate action if there is a blockage or leakage in the channel. Even though it seems trivial, we should always check the design of the ventilation and cooling duct systems in our buildings. Immediately recommend modifications if there are changes in the needs of our buildings or humidity changes.

The increase or decrease in humidity level can come from outside or inside the house. Changes in weather such as the rainy season can increase humidity in the house. Activities such as bathing, washing, and cooking can add moisture to the air. Conversely, the location of the house that is often exposed to sunlight, using heating, ovens, and air conditioners can cause the air in the room to become dry. When the humidity level is above 65% (RH), a dehumidifier is needed to return the humidity level to ideal levels. Conversely, if the result is below 45% (RH) then a humidifier is needed.