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An In-Wall Dehumidifier is Perfect for a Condo

Posted by: Cooper MechanicalTuesday, October 15, 2019

In-Wall Dehumidifiers are Perfect for Condos and Small Homes

Myrtle Beach is hot and humid. Sometimes that excessive moisture in the air finds its way inside. Humid indoor air feels hotter, stickier, and is generally uncomfortable. Without proper humidity control, many attempt to compensate by making their home cooler. This puts extra pressure on your HVAC system and can lead to higher utility bills. The best solution for removing humidity from your condo or small home is a slim-profile in-wall dehumidifier. 

In-wall dehumidifiers like the Ultra-Aire MD33 are independent of your HVAC unit and can be hardwired to existing electrical or can be powered by a 110v outlet with the provided cord. 

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Benefits of an In-Wall Dehumidifier

Unlike portable dehumidifiers, there is no manual work involved. No dumping captured water and no turning on and off. In-wall dehumidifiers can remove up to 33 pints of water per day, removing it from your home to the outdoors through a drain pipe.

These systems are incredibly popular in the Myrtle Beach area, especially with condo owners who may be looking for an independent humidity solution at an affordable price. Here are some of the reasons why they are so popular:

  • Convenience: Once installed, set the internally mounted digital dehumidistat and let your system control the humidity level for optimal comfort.
  • Attractive: The slim profile of 5 3/4" fits perfectly inside a wall between studs. 
  • Easy Install: We can have your in-wall dehumidifier up and running the same day. If you don't want to hardwire to electrical, an optional cord is included for standard outlet power.
  • Perfect for Condos: Stand alone dehumidifiers like the Ultra-Aire model are sized for up to 1,200 sq. ft. making them excellent additions to condos or small homes.

Live in Comfort and Give Your HVAC a Break

Without a dehumidifier, you may be overcooling your condo to feel comfortable. Removing excess moisture will allow you to keep your HVAC thermostat at a more economical setting while still feeling cool and comfortable.

To learn more about a slim profile in-wall dehumidifier, call Cooper Mechanical Services today.