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ONE CALL DOES IT ALL!  •  Serving Delaware & Maryland

Serving Delaware & Maryland


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Sometimes staying cool, just isn't enough...

We understand as the peak of summer approaches that you want to do everything in your power to stay cool and comfortable in your home, so we can comprehend the possibility of air conditioning not being enough for you or your family.

Excessive moisture in your indoor air can lead to not only discomfort, but a number of other problems for both your property and your health. Turn to Big Red Services for professional dehumidifier services and we’ll help you restore your comfort.

A whole–house dehumidifier, unlike a smaller portable system, will be installed directly into your HVAC system’s ductwork. Air is pulled from your home and the moisture is removed, then your ducts send dry air back into the home. This helps you feel more comfortable, as your body will now be able to naturally cool off—when humidity is too high, the evaporation of sweat is inhibited.

One of the biggest benefits of a whole–house dehumidifier is that it can either work in combination of your air conditioning system or it can work completely independently of your HVAC system. A whole–house dehumidifier is a great way to cut down on your cooling costs as a result, since your air conditioner won’t have to work as hard or run as often to do both its own job and try to dehumidify your home, too.

Our professional HVAC technicians have the skill and expertise necessary to ensure that your whole–house dehumidifier installation is completed with the utmost care and attention to detail.

If you really want to get the most effective and efficient performance possible from this indoor air quality system, then expert installation is a must. Contact us today to learn more about these systems and the other indoor air quality products we install and service.

Regular, professional maintenance is essential to getting a consistently great performance out of your dehumidifier and helping it last as long as possible, too. Without maintenance, you could find yourself paying too much money for a weaker performance.

And if your dehumidifier ever needs repairs, you can trust our experts. We have extensive experience with whole–house dehumidifiers and all other indoor air quality products. Your repairs will be prompt and reliable—we treat our customer’s homes as we would treat our own mother’s home!

The standard setting for indoor humidity is 40–60 percent. You can evaluate it with a smart thermostat or digital humidity monitor.

If you don’t own these devices, there are a few signs your home’s humidity level is out of balance:

Humidity is Too Low

  • Frequent bloody noses
  • Split lips
  • Itchy skin, eyes or throat
  • Lingering cold or flu symptoms
  • Damage to wood flooring or furniture
  • Too much static electricity
  • Humidity is Too High

  • Mold growth
  • Windows with moisture
  • Stale odors
  • Water damage or stains
  • Decomposing wood
  • Increased allergy symptoms