Humidity refers to the amount of water vapor in the air. In your home, it’s important to manage this moisture level efficiently. Not only does it affect your comfort and health but also your heating and air conditioning. In this post, HVAC experts at Schmitt Heating & Air Conditioning discuss how changing humidity levels, both high and low, can alter your unit’s performance.
With summer just around the corner, you’re probably starting to feel the rising outdoor temperatures. This time of year when you can also expect humidity levels to increase and creep into your home. If not properly managed, excess humidity can affect indoor air quality and comfort. This is what makes your home feel stuffy and warm.